|Top route||Kunming Changshui to Hangzhou|
|Top airport||Haikou Meilan Intl|
Pros: The crew is good and the seat is comfortable as it's the business class
Cons: The food can be more fresh or tasty if they're from australia
Comfortable seat and friendly service
Pros: Flew from Vancouver to Qingdao and despite my concerns after reading earlier reviews, the flight was great! The seat was comfortable and reclined enough that you could actually sleep. I think I was one of very few non-Chinese passengers on board and there was a bit of a language barrier, but the staff was super friendly and accomodating.
Cons: I ended up with a middle seat, but the seat was comfortable and roomier than normal, so it wasn't so bad.
Pros: Crew and comfort good. Well organized and professional .Communication good. Aircraft clean.
Cons: Choice of music and movies very limited, and those vy average quality. Food vy average.
Cons: Need to pick up all my luggages at Chongqing airport and use the cart to carry all luggages from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2. It's a LONG way. Why can they auto transfer all my luggages from Hainan Airlines to Beijing Capital Airlines? They even didn't mention the transfer process when I bought the ticket. That's too bad.
Pros: Nothing, it was extremely annoying.
Cons: Because of the two hour delay, I was going to miss my next flight. I told the flight attendant about my problem. She said that it would be fine, and they would help me once I landed. That didn't occur. I got through customs and rushed to the airline desk. They then told my that my connection flight had been delayed. I went through security, and I sat next to my gate. For hours it said delayed, but didn't give a new time. I asked the staff, and they said later. After four hours, I asked again, and they told me that the flight had left. I asked another staff member, who told me that the flight had been canceled, and I needed to get a new ticket. I never got an answer as to whether the flight had been canceled, but I was not going to leave Xi'an that day. They sent me to a hotel, which was more than 20 minutes away from the airport. In the morning, the airport transport was late, which caused even more stress. To top all of this off, I had to go to three different people for my ticket because there was some unknown problem.
On board Beijing Capital Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 115cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Beijing Capital Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Beijing Capital Airlines offers direct flights to 60 cities in 3 different countries. Hangzhou, Xi'an, and Haikou are the most popular cities covered by Beijing Capital Airlines.
Beijing Capital Airlines concentrates most of its flight operations in Haikou.
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A low-cost airline that is based in China, Beijing Capital Airlines primarily services domestic flights throughout the country and between the regions’ largest cities. However, it is possible to travel with the company to international destinations, with some examples being Canada, Taiwan, and Portugal.
This company does not have any codeshare agreements and does not have membership in any air alliances, but it is a subsidiary of Hainan Airlines. Also based in China, Hainan Airlines created Beijing Capital Airlines in 1995 for the purpose of being able to offer low-cost flights throughout the region.
In addition to having three primary airport hubs, this airline also has over 10 different focus cities, with each of them being located in China or a nearby country. Additionally, there is an administrative office that can be found in Taiwan.
Beijing Capital Airlines has a fleet that is composed of over 80 different types of planes, with all of them being the brand Airbus. The Airbus A320-200 is the aircraft that is used the most frequently by the airline, as it is specifically meant for medium-range trips, can fit up to 152 passengers, and has an impressive fuel capacity. For smaller trips, such as domestic voyages within China, the Airbus A319-100 is more commonly chosen, as it can only fit up to 138 passengers and is a smaller choice. If it is a long-haul flight that is traveling between countries located on two different continents, the Airbus A330-300 is most likely the plane that will be used, as it is the largest aircraft in the fleet and holds up to 306 passengers.