BEIJING (Online) – Air China on Saturday announced it would launch four new Asian routes in October, connecting Beijing to more destinations in south and southeast Asia.
Flights linking Beijing and Karachi, Pakistan, will launch on Oct. 26 with three flights every week. It will stop in the country’s capital Islamabad.
The Beijing-Mumbai, India, route will be launched on Oct. 25, with four flights every week.
On the same day, flights will also begin connecting Beijing with Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with four flights every week.
On Oct. 27, another route linking Beijing with Colombo, Sri Lanka, will begin, with three flights every week.