Air China Ups San Francisco-Beijing Lift

Air China will increase the frequency of its San Francisco-Beijing service to daily as of April 1, 2007. This will bring the carrier's lift to daily nonstops to Beijing from its two top U.S. gateway markets, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The carrier notes that in addition to boosting capacity for West Coast travelers, the increased frequency also makes for greater access for U.S. travelers from the Midwest. Air China also operates nonstops to Beijing from New York and Vancouver. Visit [http://us.fly-airchina.com].

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