Experiencing its highest monthly traffic in 2022 with a growth rate of 10.3% in June, Budapest Airport continues its route network enhancement welcoming the return of its latest airline partner, Air China.
Gatwick has been unveiled as the European airport with the fastest growing number of passenger seats to Shanghai, China. This exciting new growth is thanks to a brand-new Air China service which flies directly to the city.
From April 2nd, Air China will be moving its direct service between Chengdu and London from London Gatwick to London Heathrow, Terminal 2.
This is the Year of the Pig - a year associated with fortune - and Air China is helping people to achieve lifelong ambitions with its Land Your Dream campaign.
Air China has launch of the Land Your Dream campaign, which has been designed to inspire Brits to make their dreams a reality with Air China.
The national flag carrier is the first Chinese mainland customer to order and take ownership of the world’s newest and most efficient twin-engine widebody aircraft.
Air China will start flying the UK’s only non-stop service between the UK and Chengdu - the prosperous capital of Sichuan province in China – on July 3rd.
Air China will launch a new route from Beijing to Panama City, via Houston, on April 5th. The new route is expected to greatly facilitate exchanges between both countries as well as neighbouring regions, while providing passengers with a greater range of options.
Air China will begin non-stop flights between Beijing and Copenhagen from May 30th. Once the new route launches, passengers will be able to arrive comfortably in Andersen’s dreamlike fairy tale Kingdom in ten hours.