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Air China Introduces “Fast Track” Service at Airports of Rome and Milan

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BEIJING, July 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Air China recently introduced the “Fast Track” immigration service at the airports of Rome and Milan. First Class/Business Class passengers and PhoenixMiles Platinum members on flight Rome-Beijing operated by Air China as well as First Class/Business Class passengers on flight Milan-Beijing/Shanghai operated by Air China can head to the specified location carrying the sign “FAST TRACK PASS”, where they should produce their valid credentials to qualify for the service.

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The service spares the passengers the trouble of having to stand in a line waiting for clearance.

Now the service is available at the overseas airports of six cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Paris, Tokyo, Rome and Milan, and Air China will make continuous improvements in the service, making it “a track truly for the privileged few”.

Note: The specific contents and processes of the service could differ according to airports. For details, call our hotline 95583.

About Air China

Air China is China’s only national flag carrier and a Star Alliance member. In addition to commercial operations, it also provides special flight services for the country’s state leaders on official visit to other countries.

With a fleet of 432 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, we run 282 routes, in 30 countries and regions. Thanks to our admission to the Star Alliance, our route network, with Beijing as its hub, is able to place 1,160 destinations in 181 countries within our reach.

For more information, please visit our website http://www.airchina.com.

SOURCE Air China

Written by asiafreshnews

July 16, 2012 at 2:59 pm

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