Boeing 777 300ERs to Take Over Air China's Flights to London Heathrow - TravelHouseUK

Air China will be replacing its Airbus A330 200s with Boeing 777 300ERs by the 15th of may this year. The move will enhance passenger capacity per flight and introduce First class category on the route under the airline.
LONDON - May 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Facilitating economical air travel with all international air carriers operating in the UK, TravelHouseUK directs passenger traffic towards the most convenient routes. Routes News has published reports indicating that Air China has increased capacity for its London bound flights from Beijing by replacing larger substitutes for its airliners on the route.

  Despite the high amount of flight frequency between the two mega cities of London and Beijing, clients will be assured attaining their seats on schedule despite the fluctuation of bookings over weekends and weekdays. The move also highlights London's passengers being on priority for superior air services flying with the latest aircraft in the fleet.

 TravelHouseUK has highlighted air routes across the globe connecting in and out of the UK. The agency also covers the destination network operated by Air China, with flights to Manila (, Sydney, Shenzhen, Kathmandu and Saigon available for booking via telephone as well as online on the official website.

     Air China ( currently operates these flights on a daily basis, taking off from Beijing Capital International Airport and landing at London's Heathrow Airport ( The airline will be allocating its Boeing

777 300ERs on the route, replacing the currently operating Airbus A330s on the 15th of May this year. The A330 200s accommodate 283 seats per flight, which are segregated between only Business and Economy classes.Whereas when it comes to the 777s, their total passenger capacity amounts to 311 seats, divided among First class, Business class and Economy class categories in their passenger cabins respectively.

 The Boeing 777 300ER (extended range) has been preferred over long haul flights, while it has been a stretched variant to accommodate more divisions for classes in the passenger cabin. The aircraft has made its mark in the market for being a preferable option, having low maintenance costs while having designed specifications such as raked wingtips. The 777 introduced fly by wire systems among Boeing's airliners in the market, and remains to be the largest twin jet aircraft to date.

  Progressing amid intense competition on home turf of regional aviation, Air China is the flag carrier airline of China based in the capital of the country. The airline has its hub of operations in Beijing Capital International Airport, and remains to be one of the most profitable brands in the industry under current standings. It also ranks among the most massive air carriers in terms of flight operations, while it remains a distinguished member of the Star Alliance aviation network.
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