Beijing and Paris: Hainan Air and Aigle Azur started codeshare

Beijing and Paris: Hainan Air and Aigle Azur started codeshare

Hainan Air flight HU8267/ZI887 took off from Paris Orly Airport at 1:45 pm on September 5 Paris time, and touched down at Beijing Capital International Airport at 6:35 am on September 6 local time, marking the launch of the code-shared ParisBeijing service operated by Hainan Airlines and Aigle Azur. The non-stop route will be serviced by an Airbus A330 wide-body aircraft six times a week (three times in each direction), including the Paris=Beijing flights on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and the BeijingParis flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

The service is the second codeshare flight launched by Hainan Airlines and Aigle Azur following the roll-out of their shared Xi’an=Paris route. The new non-stop service provides passengers traveling between China and France with additional travel options.

In 2018, Hainan Airlines launched the Haikou=Sydney, Shenzhen=Brussels, Beijing=Tijuana=Mexico City, Changsha=London, Shenzhen=Madrid, Shenzhen=Tianjin=Vancouver, BeijingEdinburghDublinBeijing, BeijingDublinEdinburghBeijing, Guangzhou=Tel Aviv and Shenzhen=Zurich services, among other international offerings. Currently, Hainan Airlines and its majority-owned subsidiaries have rolled out more than 1,700 domestic and international routes from and to nearly 220 cities across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. The airline is committed to providing passengers with a safe and comfortable travelling experience.

Paris-Beijing Flight Timetable (All times are local):

Flight No.

Aircraft

Schedule

Departure
City

Departure
Time

Arrival
Time

Arrival
City

HU8267

A330

Monday

Paris

1:45 pm

6:30 am +1

Beijing

HU8267

A330

Wednesday/Friday

Paris

1:45 pm

6:35 am +1

Beijing

HU8268

A330

Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday

Beijing

9:10 am

3:20 pm

Paris

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