To celebrate the approaching festive season, Air
China is launching several promotions, including discounted
tickets, fuel rebates, and additional air miles.
From now until the end of the year, tickets for
flights from Beijing to Dadong, Taiyuan, and other cities in China will
average 200 RMB. The airfare for flights from Beijing to Dalian
will be as low as 210 RMB.
In addition to low airfares, and until
30 December 2009, any passenger of 50 years of age or older, who is
traveling together with another passenger, will enjoy a discount
of 100 RMB for one-way flights over 800 kilometers, and a discount
of 50 RMB for one-way flights under 800 kilometers. To activate
this offer, passengers must call the Air China Ticket-Order
Hotline (4008-986-999) and pay via the phone with a suitable
Additional Discounts for International
Travelers who book round-trip international tickets via
Air China’s Ticket-Order Hotline before 31 December 2009 will enjoy a 5% discount. If the
traveler pays with a China CITIC Bank credit card over the phone,
then he or she will enjoy an additional discount of 200 RMB for
routes to Europe and America. Travelers to Japan, Korea, and other
Asia Pacific destinations (excluding Delhi, Dubai, Bangkok, and
routes) will enjoy an additional discount of 100 RMB
Mileage Accumulation and Fuel Rebates
Also until 31 December 2009, PhoenixMiles frequent
flyers, who purchase international or domestic flight
tickets, will accumulate 1 kilometer for every 10 RMB spent on the
airfare. When flying internationally, PhoenixMiles members will
receive an additional 1 kilometer for every 10 RMB spent on an
international airfare. Domestic PhoenixMiles travelers who
purchase designated cabin seats will be awarded 408 kilometers
for every flight segment.
Air China will also offer a 30 RMB Sinopec
rebate to Sinopec Special Card holders, who order domestic flight
tickets via the Ticket-Order Hotline.
Air China is a Star Alliance member.
The airline has a fleet of
256 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, and currently serves 30 countries
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