Cheap First Class Flights To Beijing

Beijing First Class OffersBook By 28 Aug 2023
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
London Emirates20 Jun 2023 - 25 Oct 2023fr£3814.00
London Emirates01 May 2023 - 30 Aug 2023fr£4221.00
Manchester Emirates01 May 2023 - 30 Aug 2023fr£4292.00
Manchester Emirates05 Dec 2023 - 26 Mar 2024fr£4312.00
London Etihad Airways05 Dec 2023 - 26 Mar 2024fr£4845.00
London Qatar Airways26 Jun 2023 - 23 Sep 2023fr£6997.00
London Qatar Airways22 Jul 2023 - 23 Dec 2023fr£7001.00
Flights to First Class£7001
 This inspiring and mysterious city has existed for thousands of years and is just waiting for you to explore with first class flights from Globehunters.

Whether it be the history and culture of the ancient Forbidden City or the Great Wall of China a little further afield, there’s plenty to see and do in this country of contrasts, where great traditions meet spectacular modern developments.

You can even easily spend a day just wandering the hutongs (narrow streets) of Beijing, sampling the local street food, haggling with market traders and dining at some of the finest restaurants in the country.

As for the weather in Beijing, the temperature varies a lot throughout the year, with hot, humid weather during the summer and cold, dry winters.

The average January temperature is -3.7°C, while in July it rises all the way to 26°C, with a rainy season from June to August.

Upon arrival in Beijing, there are a number of onward travel options to get you to your destination, including bus and train services to all of the major districts, and an express rail service to Dongzhimen. Many hotels will also offer a free shuttle service to and from the airport.

Why Fly First Class?

If you’re travelling to Beijing for business, or perhaps want to make the long haul flight a little more comfortable and relaxing, why not consider upgrading to first class?

First class passengers get larger seats, with more legroom, which fold back into a bed so that you can catch up on some sleep before landing.

You’ll also get a gourmet meal and complimentary drinks, as well as your own TV, power outlet and Wi-Fi, as well as access to a lounge before the flight and during any layovers.

Popular Routes

Direct flights from the UK to Beijing are available from London Heathrow and Manchester airports and generally take around ten hours.

Indirect flights are also available from other airports around the country, with stopovers in Paris, Amsterdam, Zurich, and more, which will take around 13 hours depending on your route.

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So if you’re thinking of booking first class flights to Beijing, look no further than Globehunters, where you can compare fares from a range of different carriers.

Alternatively, give one of our experienced and friendly team a call and they’ll be happy to assist you in any way that they can.