Air China to fly to CPH from June 2012

Copenhagen will bring Air China’s European destinations to 14

Air China has announced that it will inaugurate direct rotations between Beijing and Copenhagen on 2 June 2012. Four flights a week will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays with an Airbus A330-200. The addition of CPH will bring Air China’s European destinations to 14 and the Star Alliance member’s weekly round-trip flights between China and Europe to 178.
China’s only national flag carrier has a fleet of 290 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, with Beijing as its hub, and a frequent flyer program called PhoenixMiles. It operates 289 routes – 73 international, 14 regional and 202 domestic – serving a total of 142 cities. It makes more than 6,900 flights every week with in excess of 1,100,000 seats.
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