Air China to Resume Beijing - Madrid - Sao Paulo Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 16 February 2009

On March 29th, 2009, Air China will resume flights on its Beijing-Madrid-Sao Paulo route. The airline will fly from Beijing, and two other destinations in Asia, directly to Madrid, from where the flights will continue on to Sao Paulo.

The Air China CA907 flight will depart from Beijing International Airport at 1:00 am local time every Thursday and Sunday, and arrive at Madrid Airport at 7:40 am local time, making the journey particularly convenient for business travelers. The flight will then depart from Madrid Airport at 9:20 am local time and arrive at Sao Paulo Airport at 3:20 pm local time.

The Air China CA908 flight from Sao Paulo to Madrid will depart every Thursday and Sunday at 8:30 pm local time, and arrive in Madrid at 11:45 am local time the following day. The flight will then depart from Madrid at 1:30 pm local time and arrive at Beijing International Airport at 7:05 am local time the following day.

Passengers on Air China flights will be able to transfer from 29 global cities onto the CA907 flight from Beijing to Madrid or Sao Paulo.

Passengers from Madrid or Sao Paulo will be able to select from 27 Air China destinations in the Asia Pacific region that can be reached from Beijing, including domestic capital cities and second-tier cities such as Baotou, Tongliao, Ordos, Xuzhou, Wuxi and Jingdezhen, and international cities and regions that include, Ulan Bator, Melbourne, Sydney, Rangoon, Tokyo, Osaka, Hong Kong, Inchon, Pusan and Daegu.

Air China became a member of Star Alliance in December 2007.

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