Cheap Flights from Hong Kong Intl to Beijing (HKG - BJSA)
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Flight information Hong Kong Intl to Beijing
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 1237 miles
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Beijing Capital, Beijing Nanyuan and Beijing Daxing
Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of April 2016
Airlines that fly from Hong Kong to Beijing
Air China, Cathay Pacific, China Southern Airlines, Dragonair and Hong Kong Airlines all fly direct to Beijing-Capital Airport from Hong Kong.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Flights to Beijing leave from terminal 1. As well as all of the usual duty free and souvenir shops, the departure lounge also has a good range of fashion and tech stores. There are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat too, from Asian classics to Western chains. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport. If you're looking for somewhere more comfortable to await your boarding call, you can check in to one of the executive lounges. There are two Plaza Premium lounges in terminal 1 (one in the east of the terminal and one in the west).
Terminal Information – Arriving
There's an Express train from the airport to Sanyuanqiao Station and Dongzhimen Station. One way tickets cost ¥25 (about £2.65) and the trip into town takes between 20-30 minutes. The train stops at terminals 2 and 3. Shuttle buses are also available, and are cheaper at ¥16* (around £1.70). There are numerous buses with different routes, so we recommend checking which one goes nearest your accommodation before you arrive. If you want to take a taxi into town, make sure you join the official taxi queue on the ground floor and avoid the touts. You should expect to pay ¥70-120 (about £7.40-12.70) for a trip into the city centre. It's a good idea to have a note of your hotel name in Chinese characters for the driver. Car hire is also available from the airport if you'd rather drive yourself.
You need a passport with at least six months validity to enter China from Hong Kong. British nationals also need to apply for a visa, which costs £85*. You should apply for your Chinese visa at least one month in advance.
What to expect in Beijing
There's no time difference between Hong Kong and Beijing. The currency in Beijing is the Chinese renminbi (¥). Beijing is colder than Hong Kong. Temperatures in July (the hottest month) are the most pleasant at an average of 26°C. January is the coldest month, with temperatures dipping to minus 4°C. The best time to visit is autumn. Your money will go further in Beijing than it does in Hong Kong: you can get dinner for two in a mid-range restaurant for under £16*, while a pint of local draught beer can cost as little as 60p. For tips on what to see and do during your stay, check out our local's guide to Beijing.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.