As Beijing’s main airport, Beijing Capital International Airport is the busiest airport in Asia and boasts the world’s second largest airport terminal. 

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Quick Facts

Distance from the CBD:

32 km

Public Transport:

Beijing Capital International Airport is serviced by the Beijing Subway, with the Airport Express Line running from terminals 2 and 3 to the city, taking approximately 20 minutes in travel time.

Taxi fare:

Approximately AU$15 to the CBD

Car Hire:

Avis, China Auto, Hertz, Top One and Shou qi car hire desks are located in the T2 terminal.

Facilities/Lounges

Check-In

Check-in counters are located at the Departures Hall entrance.

Currency Exchange

Currency exchange bureaus can be found at the international arrivals gate and the arrivals hall of the domestic terminal.

Internet Access

Pre-paid wi-fi is available throughout the airport from a number of providers.

Baggage

Left baggage storage facilities can be found near gate 9 in the arrivals hall, near gate 10 in the departures hall of terminal 2, on the second floor of the arrivals hall in terminal 2 and between terminals 1 and 2 in the corridor area.

Concierge

Beijing Airport offers a porterage and conference pick-up service.

Lounges

The following major airline lounges are located within Beijing International Airport. For access to specific lounges, refer to your Travel Associates expert.

Air China: Air China has two lounges, a First Class lounge and a Business Class lounge, located within terminal E3 of Beijing International Airport. Lounges offer guests a range of facilities and services including showers, wi-fi as well as complimentary food and beverages.

Airlines