China’s Hainan Airlines today announced it plans to begin nonstop service from Tel Aviv International Airport to Beijing on April 28, 2016. Mainland China’s only certified Skytrax five-star airline will operate a two-class Airbus 330 three days a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The new flight complements the carrier’s existing domestic nonstop connections to Beijing and other major cities in China, such as Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. Passengers can transfer easily to many other cities with low fares after arriving in Beijing.
Flight HU7958 will depart Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport at 13:25 pm and arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport at 05:00pm the following day. The flight time is 11 hours westbound and 9 hours 30 minutes eastbound.
Airbus A330 luxury wide-body airliner has a spacious and comfortable passenger cabin layout, with 36 business class seats and 178 economy class seats. The business class seats can recline flat to a 180 degree position, and are equipped with a soft massage function. Aircraft seat pitch is a generous 74 inches. Premium cabin seats come with a large high-definition LCD screen and adjustable reading light. Meal service is characterized by Chinese and Western delicacies, allowing passengers to fully enjoy traveling in privacy and comfort. The economy class cabin has a personal touch-screen LCD display television and entertainment system, with a widescreen LCD display, offering a wide range of entertainment options.
Hainan Airlines has complimentary transit lounges on the second floor of Beijing Airport’s T1, located on the west side of the Domestic Departure Hall, to provide convenient services to transit passengers around the clock. Complimentary pre-arranged private limo service is also provided to business class passengers flying Hainan Airlines between China and Israel for Beijing arrivals.
The Fortune Wings Club is a worldwide incentive program targeting frequent flyers traveling on Hainan Airlines. If you become a member of the Club, you can accumulate your mileage by taking flights, staying at hotels, using credit cards, renting cars, etc. Then you can redeem miles for rewards like flights, upgrades, hotel accommodations, dining and rental cars for either yourself or your friends and families.
Hainan Airlines was founded in 1993 and has grown to be China’s largest independent airline, with a fleet of over 150 aircraft, including wide body Airbus A330 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner jetliners. With the main base in Haikou, Hainan Airlines has set up seven operational airline bases in Beijing, Xi’an, Taiyuan, Urumqi, Guangzhou, Dalianand Shenzhen. Hainan has a wide domestic network in China, serving more than 600 routes linking 90 cities, as well as points in Europe, North American and Southeast Asia. It is a service-oriented enterprise, earning numerous awards for safety, punctuality and a high quality product.
Hainan Airlines flights can be booked through all travel agents, travel websites as well as online atwww.hainanairlines.com.