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Continental Airlines to Move to T3 at Beijing Capital International Airport

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Effective July 30, 2009, Continental Airlines daily non-stop service from Beijing to New York will be relocated from Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport.

Passengers flying on CO88 to New York / Newark need to go to Island D for check-in. Self check-in kiosks will also be available for passengers to select their own seats and print boarding passes.

Continental is moving from Terminal 2, where we provided our daily nonstop service to New York for more than four years, to Terminal 3, in order to provide our passengers with a brand new look and even higher quality service, said H.C. Kwok, Country Director and Chief Representative of Continental Airlines in China. At our new home, we will continue meeting and exceeding the needs of passengers traveling between China and the United States.

Continental Airlines offers daily nonstop services from Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai to New York. The routes are serviced with Boeing 777-200 aircraft.

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