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Air China to use Airbus A330s on Beijing-Rome/London/Dubai/Munich Routes

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Air China is to put its Airbus A330s into service on routes Beijing-Rome/London/Dubai /Munich. The A330s had previously been used on routes Beijing-Vancouver/Frankfurt/Paris/Madrid.

In business class, the ergonomic seats can be readjusted to cater to various sitting positions. Special features include 10.6-inch LCDs, AVOD, games, and 100V AC plugs. A wide variety of entertainment options are also available to economy class passengers.

Air China also plans to add one more flight every day to its Beijing-Bangkok service and make adjustments to some of its international services.

Air China is a member carrier of the Star Alliance. It boasts a fleet of 224 airliners and an extensive network of 243 routes (69 international ones, 6 regional ones and 168 domestic ones) which span 28 countries and regions and offer passengers an easy travel to and from 81 domestic cities and 42 international cities. It offers 1 million seats on 6,000 flights per week.

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