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British Airways
The airline has been working hard to reintroduce these important routes

After a two-year absence, British Airways has announced it will resume flights between the UK and mainland China. Tickets have gone on sale in February for flights to Shanghai from 23 April and Beijing from 3 June.

British Airways first flew to China in 1980 and continued to do so until the pandemic. The airline has been working hard to reintroduce these important routes to enable customers to reunite with family and friends.

From 23 April, flights will operate daily between London Heathrow and ShanghaiPudong International Airport – flight numbers BA168/BA169. From 3 June, flights will operate four times per week between London Heathrow and Beijing Daxing Airport – flight numbers BA88/89.

Safety has always been at the heart of everything British Airways does and the airline has a number of measures in place at the airport and on board to look after the safety and wellbeing of their customers and crew. The air on all British Airways’ flights is fully recycled once every two to three minutes through HEPA filters, which remove microscopic bacteria and virus clusters with more than 99.9% efficiency, equivalent to hospital operating theatre standards. Additionally, British Airways always follows local regulations to ensure customers experience safe and smooth travel.

Shanghai and Beijing flights are now available to book on ba.com




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*Schedule is effective from 23rd April and 3rd June  2023 and subject to operational change and regulatory approval. Please check ba.com for the latest updates  

Feb 03, 2023

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