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Air China moves to daily Beijing-Moscow flights.

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PRC flag carrier Air China said it will increase its Beijing-Moscow service CA909/10 by two flights a week to daily starting March 31.

The outbound flight departs from Beijing at 13: 45 local time, while the return flight departs from Moscow at 19: 45 local time. The total flight time is 11 hours and 30 minutes. The flights will be operated with the newly revamped Boeing (NYSE: BA) 777-200.

The B777-200 aircraft has a two-class layout. The business class features lie-flat seats with adjustable footrest, headrest and lumbar support.

The preset mode makes it possible to adjust the seat to any comfortable angle. The business class also offers personal entertainment systems with noise-canceling earphones, allowing passengers to watch Hollywood movies, music and games.

Personal power outlets are available in all classes of service, and come in handy when passengers want to work.

Air China has a fleet of 432 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

Find out more at www.airchina.com.

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