- Chidozie Uzoezie
British Airways Resumes Flights to Mainland China
After a two-year absence, British Airways is set to resume scheduled flights between the UK and mainland China. Tickets have gone on sale for flights to Shanghai from 23 April and Beijing from 3 June, 2023.
British Airways first flew to China in 1980 and continued to do so until the pandemic. The airline has been working hard to reintroduce these important routes to enable customers to reunite with family and friends.
From 23 April, flights will operate daily between London Heathrow and Shanghai Pudong International Airport. From 3 June, flights will operate four times per week between London Heathrow and Beijing Daxing Airport.
British Airways has an incredibly rich history of flying to mainland China, having connected the two countries for more than 40 years.
Shanghai and Beijing flights are now available to book on ba.com