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The main focus of Air China is its huge domestic market along with routes that focus on the destinations Chinese travellers choose to visit. Although the airline doesn't need to chase foreign customers it does offer an excellent and competitive service that should be considered. A quirk of its route planning means it actually serves more German cities than Germany's flag carrier, Lufthansa, does. It is also one of the few airlines in the world that flies to all six inhabitable continents, covering 201 destinations along the way. Although the airline flies to Taiwan, due to the political situation it is required to cover its national flag on the fuselage.
The Air China livery is predominantly red and white with special celebration liveries occasionally added, such as the Purple Peony and the Purple-Gold. China is a fascinating country to visit, especially the fast growing city of Beijing, so whether you're planning a holiday or a business trip do an online search for deals on flights to China. Customer service on Air China flights is summed up with their logo of Your World, Our Flights and includes:
A fleet of 383 aircraft is used to operate Air China flights with a further 175 in production. This ranges from large capacity, wide-bodied Boeing 747s used on long-haul flights to the Airbus A319 and A320 and Boeing 737 aircraft used for medium-range and domestic flights.
The price of Air China flights varies by destination and travel period. This information is not available at the moment.
The most popular airlines in Australia are Virgin Australia, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates.
We have no offers for flights with Air China departing from Australia at the moment.
The price of Air China flights in Australia does not vary much by departure airport.