Air China was owned by China Airlines Group, was formed in December 1959. Air China is the largest Taiwan Airlines. The headquarters of Air China is in Beijing's Shunyi District, and its flights are based at Beijing International Airport. The secondary hub of Air China is Shanghai–Pudong. It operates 90 million domestic and international passengers with its 399 strong fleets. Air China made a deal with Star Alliance in 2006 and coined the tagline "Your World, Our Flights”
Air China Classes of Service:
First Class: First class in Air China is known as Forbidden Pavilion First Class, where their passengers are treated like royalty. They provide luxurious and private cabins. Different variations of entertainment channels which to watch the most recent movies, songs, and high-speed 3-D games in a variety of languages,
Business Class: This class is referred to as the Capital Pavilion Business Class. This includes a 180-degree reclining seat, a wardrobe, and carry-on storage compartment, as well as personal power and USB socket ports to satisfy individual needs.
Economy Class: Air China has 9 seats available in Economy Class, instead of ten seats in a row, giving passengers more room and making them feel more at ease.
Air China provides web check-in just to avoid long lineups at the airport. You may check-in from the convenience of your own home with a single click.
First and Business Class passengers are allowed to keep 2 carry-on baggage items weighing 8kg or less or board. Economy class travelers can carry one carry-on baggage weighing 5 kg or less.
Passengers can cancel a flight booked on Air China within 24 hours of purchase, according to the airline's 24-hour cancellation policy. If you book a week or more before your flight's departure date, air China will give you a full refund of your ticket price.