From the soaring skyscrapers of Shanghai to the historic charm of Munich, two iconic cities are set to be reconnected come mid-January 2024. Air China, in its latest announcement, has revealed plans to reignite the Shanghai Pu Dong – Munich route. And what better way to do it than with the luxurious Airbus A350-900XWB?
Starting from 17th January 2024, the Star Alliance member will offer thrice-weekly flights, ensuring that business professionals, tourists, and wanderlust-driven souls have ample opportunity to explore, connect, and discover what both cities have to offer.
Flight Schedule: 🕰️
- CA827: Departing Shanghai Pu Dong at 01:30 and arriving in Munich at 06:25. The flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
- CA828: Taking off from Munich at 12:20 and landing in Shanghai Pu Dong at 06:20 the following day. This schedule will also follow the Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday routine.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q1: What aircraft will Air China use for the Shanghai – Munich route?
Air China has chosen the Airbus A350-900XWB for this route, known for its comfort and advanced features.
Q2: How often will the flights between Shanghai and Munich operate?
Air China will be operating three flights a week between these two cities.
Q3: I had a booking on this route before it was discontinued. Can I rebook now?
Absolutely. It’s recommended to contact Air China directly or get in touch with your travel agent to discuss rebooking options.
Q4: Will there be any promotional fares or discounts for the resumption of this route?
Air China hasn’t released any specific promotional details as of now. Keep an eye on their official website or sign up for notifications for any upcoming offers.
Q5: Is the Airbus A350-900XWB a new addition to Air China’s fleet?
The Airbus A350-900XWB has been a part of Air China’s fleet for some time and is popular for its enhanced passenger comfort and fuel efficiency.
For the most accurate and up-to-date details, remember to always refer to Air China’s official channels or your trusted travel advisor.