Air China develops “express route” to Europe
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Air China has teamed up with Beijing and Frankfurt airports to develop a new “express route” between China and Europe.
The new “Easy Way Beijing-Frankfurt” project is aimed at allowing passengers to travel more easily between the Chinese capital city and Germany’s financial hub. Measures include dedicated check-in counters, boarding gates and baggage carousels, plus steps to reduce transfer times for passengers connecting in Beijing and Frankfurt.
The move follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Air China, Beijing Capital Airport and Frankfurt Airport in September 2016.
“This new project aims to develop Beijing and Frankfurt into major international aviation hubs and promote the development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. It will also provide passengers with a comfortable, seamless travel experience,” Air China said in a statement.
The airline currently operates two daily direct flights on the Beijing-Frankfurt route, using its Boeing 747-8 and Boeing 777-300 aircraft.
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