Air China to Launch Beijing-Vienna-Barcelona Flights

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Air China will start Beijing-Vienna-Barcelona service on 5 May 2014.

The four-times weekly service CA841/2 will be offered on Monday/Thursday/Friday/Sunday.

The outbound flight will leave Beijing at 02:10 and arrive in Vienna at 06:10 local time and in Barcelona at 09:25 local time.

The return flight will leave Barcelona at 11:25 local time and arrive in Vienna at 13:25 local time and Beijing at 05:55.

The service is to be operated with a widebody Airbus A330-300 in a three-class configuration. Business Class is outfitted with full-flat seats, while Premium Economy Class offers 120% of the legroom available in standard Economy Class. The Economy Class has ergonomic seats to help make journeys less tiring. Personal entertainment systems are available in all classes of service.

According to IATA's projections, Europe's international passenger demand is expected to grow by 4.7% in 2014. At the same time, a survey shows that the Chinese travelers to Europe have been increasing at a two-digit rate in the past 10 years. Industry experts point out that, in addition to travelers for business, public affairs and academic exchanges, leisure travelers to Europe will become mainstream, and in-depth travel and FIT markets will continue to grow.

Air China's Beijing-Vienna-Barcelona service will not only make it easier to travel between East Asia and Central and Southern Europe, sparing passengers the trouble of having to make transfers, but also offer an additional option to travelers between such cities as Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Manila and Europe.

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