Air China recently announced it will be increasing the flight frequency on its international route between Beijing and Moscow.
The airline is currently offering twice weekly flights on Beijing-Moscow route, but has now indicated that it is upgrading this to a daily service effective from March 31, 2013.
According to Air China, the outbound flight would depart from Beijing at 13.45 local time, while the return flight would depart from Moscow at 19.45 local time. The flight duration would be of 11 hours and 30 minutes.
The airline in a statement said that it would be operating the flights on the newly-revamped B777-200 aircraft. Air China further stated that the B777-200 aircraft would be configured in a two-class layout.
The airline said that the customers booking business class tickets for traveling on Beijing-Moscow route would enjoy new flying experience. The airline stated that the new business class cabins are spacious and are designed to ensure stress-free and relaxing air travel.
The customers would be offered lie-flat business class seats with headrest, adjustable footrest and lumbar support. They would also be offered personal in-flight entertainment systems with noise-canceling earphones.