As a leader in connecting North America and China, Air China continues to forge new routes to bring peoples, cultures, businesses and trades together.
In early December, the airline is scheduled to add another route to its growing roster of cosmopolitan city pairs and business hubs. Air China’s Los Angeles (LAX) to Shenzhen (SZX) service will connect Southern California’s Silicon Beach to China’s Silicon Valley and City of the Future.
The Los Angeles to Shenzhen service (CA770/CA769) will be operated by the company’s newest Dreamliner (B787-9), which features a premium economy cabin. Premium economy cabins will also be available on Air China’s Montreal to Beijing service in November and on its Newark to Beijing route in December. Premium economy seats currently are available in Air China’s four-cabin B747-8i and three-cabin Dreamliner (B787-9), used in its New York (CA982/981) and Los Angeles (CA888/887, CA988/987) flights.
A Star Alliance member and China’s exclusive national carrier, Air China offers nonstop flights between Beijing and nine cities in North America: Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Newark, Washington, D.C.; Houston, Honolulu, Vancouver and Montreal (with a Havana extension). Its San Jose (SJC) to Shanghai (PVG) service is the airline’s first direct flight from North America to Shanghai.
Air China’s nonstop services are convenient and conducive to business travelers’ busy schedules and packed itineraries. Its robust route network from Beijing and Shanghai offers excellent time- and cost-efficient options.
To enhance the travel experience of its revenue premium passengers, Air China offers complimentary chauffeured luxury sedan transfers to and from the airport to any destination in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Nanjing.