Air China will launch a new service flying from Beijing to Budapest via Minsk on May 1.
A 251-seat A330-200 will be used to link the cities, which consists of two classes, including 36 business arranged in a 2-2-2 setup, and 215 economy in a 2-4-2 configuration.
The service will depart Beijing Capital International Airport on Friday, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday at 1300, touching down at Minsk National Airport at 1720, taking off again at 1850 and reaching Budapest Ference Liszt International Airport at 1940.
Meanwhile, the return flight is a direct service, leaving the Hungarian capital at 2110 and arriving China at 1240 the following day.
Air China has been expanding its international network, including its Chengdu-Colombo service (see here) in January and Beijing-Macau route early this month. The carrier will also fly from the Chinese capital to Melbourne starting from June (see here).
For more information, visit airchina.com