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Air China Expands Baggage Through Check-In Service

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Air China has made its baggage through check-in service from international cities to domestic cities (I-D) via Beijing more accessible.

Air China passengers who travel from London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt, Rome, Milan, Stockholm, Vancouver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Geneva, transferring to other Chinese cities via Beijing Capital International Airport can now have their baggage checked all the way through to their final destination at the airport of origin.

Houston will also be on the list of the cities with the baggage through check-in service when the route is inaugurated, bringing the total number of cities with this service to fourteen.

The baggage through check-in service via Beijing Capital International Airport which Air China introduced on 15 September 2012 has greatly eased the experience of passengers. Passengers used to have to claim their baggage and check in their baggage again to the final destination at the transfer airport. But with baggage through check-in, passengers arriving at Beijing Capital International Airport just need to clear the usual immigration formalities for the transfer without having to worry about their baggage.

The international cities where Air China's baggage through check-in service is available are located in Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden, the United States, and Canada.

Air China, Beijing, Baggage

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