Air China to open free airport lounge in Beijing T3

Air China to open free airport lounge in Beijing T3

Air China has announced it will open a free-use airport lounge at Beijing Capital International Airport’s terminal three next month. The new service will provide passengers with the chance to relax, have a drink, shower and use the internet for free when a reservation is made at the Air China transfer counter. It will open officially for a trial period between 1-15 June with first and business class passengers as a priority (flight CA932, CA992 and CA966). Meanwhile, the airline has resumed its services between Beijing and Athens. The Airbus A330 flights will now be operated twice a week (Wednesdays and Saturdays), via Munich. Air China first opened its Athens services in 2007, but suspended services in 2009 due to the global financial crisis.

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