After three years out of this market, Air China flew into Kuala Lumpur’s KLIA from Beijing to a traditional water spray welcome on Sunday evening, 25th October 2015.
The route uses Airbus A330-300 with economy seats arranged in a comfortable 2/4/2 configuration.
With direct flights every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from Kuala Lumpur (KUL), via CA872 departing early in the morning at 20 past midnight, you will arrive in Beijing (PEK) just in time for breakfast at 6.45 am for a full day of sightseeing or business.
Flight CA871 departs from Beijing’s Capital Airport, Terminal 3 on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 4.45pm, arriving in Kuala Lumpur at 11pm.
To book your flights, you will need to select your country and language.
There is no time difference between Beijing and Kuala Lumpur.
You will need a visa to visit China, it takes a few days to process, so plan early.
Chinese visitors will also need a visa. You can also get your travel agent to organise this for you.
Malaysian Embassies and Consulates in China. The Chinese Embassy in Malaysia.
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