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Beijing is an ancient city with at least 3,000 years of history, yet it is one of the most modern cities in the world. Once you have booked cheap flights to Beijing, you can start looking forward to immersing yourself in its compelling history as you wander through its architecturally diverse streets and sample the delicious and varied cuisine. Check out Beijing flights on Netflights, where you can choose from popular airlines and flexible dates to find the best deals.

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Key facts about Beijing know before you go

How to land a low price to Beijing booking advice, airports and airlines and visa information

Eat

The Chinese love their food, this becomes apparent from the array of dishes on offer in Beijing. Dining out is the main social activity for locals; this accounts for the impressive 60,000 restaurants on offer. Book your cheap flights to Beijing and find authentic cuisine from all over China.

Be inspired

Beijing’s historical delights are the envy of cities the world over, with six UNESCO classified world heritage sites to visit. The magical Forbidden City is unmissable and the Summer Palace (Yiheyuan) is also worth a visit. Here you’ll find almost 300 acres of gardens, bridges, temples, pavilions as well as the occasional shop and tea house.

Be entertained

Book seats at the Chaoyang Theatre and prepare to be dazzled by acrobats and gymnasts performing breath-taking routines. These incorporate chairs, bikes, spinning plates and, of course, their own amazing strength and flexibility. No need to worry if you book last minute flights, as there is often no need to book a spot at the spectacularly modern National Centre for the Performing Arts. Take your pick from concerts, the opera or ballet.

When to go

Beijing experiences four distinct seasons: A long and fairly chilly winter, a windy springtime, a long hot summer, and a cooler, pleasant autumn. However, the city can be humid year-round. The most comfortable time for sightseeing is in the autumn, so we’d recommend this as the perfect time to book your 2018 Beijing flights.
If you are looking for the best deals on flights to Beijing, it is best to avoid booking during the high season, which is from the beginning of May to the first week of October, and in January and February during the winter festivities. It is also worth looking at the indirect flights to Beijing on Netflights, as they can be cheaper.

Beijing is a city of contrasts, always full of action, and absolutely non-stop. We suggest that you keep your eye on last-minute flights throughout the year, as there is always something exciting and entertaining on.

Airports and airlines

Beijing has one main airport serving international flights to the city: Beijing Capital International Airport (BJS). A quick search with Netflights will show a number of airlines offering good deals on flights to Beijing. Optimise your search by looking for flights that depart midweek when prices are lowest.

Beijing Capital International Airport (BJS)

Beijing Capital Airport is about 20 miles away from the centre of Beijing. It is the hub for Air China, which provides direct flights between London Heathrow and Beijing. You can also book direct flights to Beijing from the UK with British Airways and Hainan Airways. View more Beijing Capital International Airport flights.

Getting around the airport

Three terminals are in operation at Beijing Capital International Airport. You can travel between terminals 1 and 2 via a covered public walkway, which will take you 10-15 minutes. There are also shuttle buses that link all three terminals together.

Getting to the city from the airport

Beijing has an extensive public transport network. When you disembark from your flight, it is very easy to either take the subway or a shuttle bus into the city centre. Services are frequent and reliable. Alternatively, you could book a taxi, or hire a car from one of the many car hire companies in operation at the airport.

Don't forget before you fly

Return flights to Beijing for trips lasting less than 72 hours or three days don’t require a visa; you will need a visa if you intend to stay longer. Ensure that you have return flights to Beijing booked, or at least have a flight booked to take you out of the country to another destination. Contact the Chinese Embassy, or the China Visa Application Service Centre in good time before leaving and they will be able to advise and guide you through the process.

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