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Air China begins Beijing route - Minsk - Budapest

A passage between two old European cities: Air China begins Beijing route - Minsk - Budapest
BEIJING, March 18, 2015 / PRNewswire / - Air China will begin the only direct route from China to Belarus and Hungary on May 1, 2015, covering the needs of most travelers to Europe and opening the doors to the picturesque Russian architecture and smart 'Gem on the Danube'.
The Beijing-Minsk-Budapest services operate four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays; the flights depart from Beijing at 13:00 and arrive in Beijing at 16:50 Minsk and Budapest Local time at 18:20 local time. The return flight leaves Budapest at 19:00 and arrives in Beijing at 11:50 Beijing time tomorrow. The route will use the Airbus A330-200, onto which all classes of service are equipped with personal entertainment systems while business class offers fully reclining seats, ensuring a comfortable ride.
Minsk is the capital and center political, economic, technological and cultural development of Belarus, and the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Now capital of Hungary, in its early days was two cities -Bada Budapest and Pest-occupying both sides of the Danube. In 1873, they merged to become the current Budapest. With trade between China and Europe on the rise, the market demand for air transport has been growing rapidly. In 2014, the passage of passengers through the airport in Minsk experienced a strong increase of 19% over the previous year as 2015 marks the 66th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Hungary. Official statistics suggest that since Hungary officially opened to Chinese tourists in 2003, the number of people who visited the country has increased by 15% from year to year, making Hungary one of the destinations in Eastern Europe most important for Chinese tourists.
As the largest operator between China and Europe, Air China offers more than 100 flights between the two, serving major European cities, including London, Paris, Munich, Vienna and Barcelona. Minsk - - New Beijing route Budapest take the number of European destinations to which Air China serves 18 routes and the number of the operator operates to 19. It shall promote economic and cultural exchanges between China and Europe and expand the route network Air China in Europe.
With the extensive global network of routes of Air China in Beijing and centralized admission airline in the Star Alliance, passengers can easily access to 1,328 airports in 195 countries around the world.
CONTACT: CONTACT: Guang Li, + 86-158-1048-3198, + 86-10-61462390,

Source: EuropaPress