Beijing holidays begin at Beijing Capital International Airport, which serves more than 80 airlines from all over the world. Located some 28 kilometres northeast of Beijing, it provides banking, dining, and shopping to visitors, and has a business centre with Internet access and photocopying services. There is a recreation and entertainment centre for in-transit passengers, which offers a tea art room, a beauty salon, and a foot massage centre.
Air China is based in Beijing and is the largest airline in China, flying to more than 71 destinations within China and throughout the world. It offers Beijing flights from London Heathrow at discounted fares.
British Airways offers economy and premium economy flights to Beijing for travellers on a budget. Travel using BA’s premium economy standard, World Traveller Plus, and enjoy perks such as the best economy seats, online check-in services, and added baggage allowance. Flying with World Traveller Plus also gives passengers the chance to avail of future discounts and even free flights if they earn enough Tier points and travel mileage points.
Also offering Beijing flights is Virgin Atlantic. Expect only the best in style, service, and safety; after all, it’s been awarded "Best Long-Haul Airline" (The Sunday Times Travel Magazine Reader's Awards 2008), "Airline of the Year" (British Travel Awards 2007), and "Best Premium Economy" (Business Traveller Awards 2007). Virgin Atlantic has made its commitment to the environment by recycling, using less fuel, and using innovative, earth-friendly resources.