British Airways has resumed direct services between London and Beijing after a three-year COVID induced hiatus. This service restores the airline’s position as the only British carrier operating a direct service between Beijing and the UK. British Airways started operating services between London and Beijing almost 43 years ago. The resumption of direct flights between London and Beijing will see services operate four times a week between London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and Beijing’s Daxing Airport (PKX). Commenting on the long-awaited resumption of the route, Louise Street, Director of Worldwide Airports, British Airways said: “Following the successful resumption of flights between
This content is restricted to site members.
If you are an existing user, please login below.
New users may register below.