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Flight prices are per adult in Australian Dollars, based on payment at qantas.com by BPAY made 7 days or more before departure, or POLi. A fee applies for other payments. Fares may not be available on all flights or days. Fares displayed are the lowest available and may not apply on direct flights. Some flights are operated by partner or subsidiary airlines.

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Fares are valid for departures from Australia between Monday to Thursday, with return flights from Beijing between Sunday to Thursday only.

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Beijing travel information

When to visit

The best times to visit Beijing are from March to May and from September to October. These temperate seasons provide the best climate and colourful scenery. Summer brings sweltering heat and winter sees cold temperatures and sometimes snow. September is a lovely time to visit and explore the city streets, the Forbidden City and the Summer City as it's not too hot and less humid. Spring is vibrant time to visit Beijing as the trees burst into bloom. Temperatures are around 12 °C.

Arrival information

What is the main airport called?

Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK).Opens external site in a new window It is one of the two main international airports serving Beijing, China. It is located 32 km northeast of Beijing's city centre, in an exclave of Chaoyang District. 

Arriving in Beijing

The staff at Beijing Airport will greet you when you land and assist with your travel needs. Once you collect your bags from the arrivals area, there are various transport options available to get you on your way.         

Getting into Beijing from Beijing Airport   

With a range of transport options available at Beijing Airport, travelling into the city centre is easy. Choose from taxis, airport express train, shuttle bus, private transfer or hotel shuttle. The Airport Express Train is the fastest way and runs frequently. It runs from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 and then to the city centre with stops at Sanyuanqiao and Dongzhimen. It takes approximately 20 minutes and tickets can be bought at the vending machines at the airport. The airport shuttle bus is a good way to get to various locations in Beijing with 13 routes heading to different areas in the city. The trip time takes approximately an hour, with shuttles every 30 minutes. Local buses are available, though they take longer to get to the city. Taxi is a convenient option to get to the city centre, e.g Tiananmen Square, depending on the traffic can take about an hour. If you are travelling in a group or after more privacy, you can book a private transfer service from PEK to your hotel. You can hire a car, though you need a Chinese driver's licence and there can be alot of traffic.

Getting around Beijing

Getting around Beijing can be easy with different ranges of transport available. Choose from public transport, taxi, ride share, bus or walking. The best way to get around Beijing and avoid the traffic is to take the subway. It's easy to use, signs are in English and the tickets are cheap. It's best to get a travel card to take you to the popular tourist attractions. To explore each neighbourhood, it's easy to walk around sections at a time. Beijing’s buses are a great way to get close up with the locals. They are everywhere, cheap and reasonably straightforward to use. Taxis are easy to find, though difficult to hail during rush hour. Alternatively, book a taxi through Didi (China's Uber) and it's best to have your destination written down in Chinese for the driver. You can choose from regular cars, city taxis or deluxe vehicles. Cycling is an enjoyable way to get around Beijing, especially in summer, as the city is flat and most roads have a bike lane. There is a bike-share system located throughout the capital city. A fun way to see the sights it to jump in a rickshaw or you may wish to join a guided tour.

Important information

* Flight prices are per adult in Australian Dollars, based on payment at qantas.com by BPAY made 7 days or more before departure, POLi or Qantas issued UATP. For other payment options a percentage based fee applies, capped at a maximum per passenger of $22 for Domestic or $120 for International travel. Prices are not guaranteed until payment is made. Fares may not be available on all flights or days.  Some flights are operated by partner or subsidiary airlines. Prices may fluctuate if taxes or foreign exchange rates change. Passengers booking Premium Economy may be seated in Economy on connecting flights. Check the fare rules for more details before booking. Inclusions vary between flights. All schedules subject to change, including last minute aircraft changes. QantasLink flights operated by Sunstate Airlines (Qld) Pty Ltd ABN 82 009 734 703, Eastern Australia Airlines Pty Ltd ABN 77 001 599 024, and National Jet Systems Pty Ltd ABN 11 008 279 203. Licence No per state: QLD - 407, NSW - 2TA000237, VIC - 30362, SA - TTA155, WA - 9TA52.

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