Air China (CA) was established in July 1988 and rebranded as Air China Limited in 2004 and became the only national flag carrier and a world's largest airline network. The headquarters of Air China is located in Shunyi District, Beijing, China. The company aims to provide most convenient and comfortable flying services. Air China has its main hub at Beijing capital international Airport and other hubs at Chengdu Shuangliu International airport and Shanghai Pudong International airport.
Major Destination the Air China operates:
Air China flies to around 1330 destinations worldwide across Asia to the middle east, North America, Western Europe and Oceania (excluding codeshare). Some other international routes operate from Chengdu, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Xiamen, Madrid, Taiwan, Düsseldorf, Los Angeles, New York, San Fransisco and Kunming.
Baggage Policy of Air China:
Baggage must satisfy specified dimensions and weight for checked baggage, i.e., maximum 50 kg for a domestic flight and 32 kg for an international route with a maximum baggage allowance of dimensions of 100 cm, 60 cm and 40 cm in length, width and height respectively. The excess baggage charge per kilo is 1.5% of the highest normal direct adult one-way Economy class fare.
Fleet Size of Aircraft of the Air China
Fleet size of Air China is 383 with a mix of one-cabin to four-cabin configurations and it includes fleet Types - Airbus A319-100, Airbus A320-200, Airbus A320neo, Airbus320-200 and many Airbus series including Boeing 737-700, Boeing 747-400 and much more.
In-flight Meal and Clubs of China Airlines:
Air China offers customized special meals for babies, children and special needs to people with religious as well as health reasons including diabetic meal, fruit platter, low-calorie meal, Vegetarian Asian meal, etc. PheonixMiles is a frequent flyer program of Air China and serves impressive rewarding awards to frequent flyers.
Seat Map of the Air China
Air China provides a user-friendly online web portal for featured services of booking of flights. Due to safety and security reasons Air China do not offer or guarantee to the book of the specific particular seat or advance seating requests and holds the right to assign or reassign seats at any time even after the boarding of aircraft.
Check-in Policy of Air China
Check-in opening and closing time for Air China flights vary from routes and region. For international and regional flights check-in time varies from 30-60 minutes before departure and 30-45 minutes before departure for domestic flights.