Qantas Now Flying Direct from Sydney to Beijing on Airbus A330-200

Beijing is Qantas' third destination in Greater China and the new service operated a 235-seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft will connect Sydney to Beijing directly. With flights that depart daily, this brand new service by Qantas is expected to add 3,300 seats to the market each week and the inbound flights have been timed to connect with Qantas' domestic network to popular destinations like Melbourne, Brisbane and Hobart.

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Alan Joyce | Photo Credit: Qantas 

Alan Joyce | Photo Credit: Qantas 

Qantas will be working with Tourism Australia, Destination NSW and across its own marketing channels to showcase Australia for a Chinese audience, as well as jointly selling the route with its joint venture partner China Eastern. Flights will operate to Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3, using a 235 seat Airbus A330-200 aircraft. 

Beijing Schedule | Photo Credit: Qantas

Beijing Schedule | Photo Credit: Qantas

The new Beijing service is part of Qantas’ growth strategy for China and the broader Asian region, increasing its total capacity on routes to Asia by seven per cent. Together with its partners China Eastern and China Southern, Qantas customers can now choose from 130 weekly return flights between Australia and China, plus close to 256 connecting services to domestic destinations within China.  The Jetstar Group of airlines offers more than 30 return flights a week into eight Chinese cities from Singapore and Vietnam.