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Air China to Launch Beijing - Geneva Flights

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Air China is to launch nonstop four-times weekly Beijing - Geneva flights using Airbus A330-200 aircraft from 7 May 2013.

 The Beijing - Geneva route will become East Asia's first direct route to Geneva, offering an additional flight option to travelers to and from Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Manila. It will also facilitate the communication and exchanges between Beijing and Geneva, between China and Southeast Asian countries and Switzerland and other European regions.

Mr Robert Deillon, CEO of Geneva Airport, said, "Geneva Airport is delighted to welcome an increasing number of Chinese visitors and will offer these customers a really dedicated airport experience."

The flight numbers of the Beijing - Geneva service will be CA861/862. The four-times weekly flight leaves Beijing at 13:30 and arrives at 18:25 in Geneva on the same day. The return flight is expected to take off from Geneva at 20:25 and arrive at the Beijing Capital International Airport at 12:55 the next day.

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