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Air China to Upgrade Aircraft on Beijing-Frankfurt Route

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Starting 22 November 2012, Air China will use a Boeing 777-300ER on its Beijing-Frankfurt service, a route that the airline currently operate twice daily.

In July of 2011, Air China used its first delivered B777-300ER on its CA931/2 service Beijing-Frankfurt.

Now the airline is set to change its CA965/6 service Beijing-Frankfurt to a B777-300ER.

Air China's B777-300ER features 8 First Class seats, 42 Business Class seats and 261 Economy Class seats.

All the three classes of service are outfitted with personal AVOD and power outlet, offering 25-inch, 15-inch and 9-inch displays respectively and a wide range of AVOD programs.

Other amenities onboard include a distinctive mood lighting system which can recreate the subtlety of over ten natural light settings, a central bar and barrier-free toilet.

The largest Chinese carrier in the China-German market, Air China now operates four routes Beijing-Frankfurt, Shanghai-Frankfurt, Beijing-Munich and Beijing Dusseldorf between the two countries.

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