American has expanded its global network with the addition of service to Beijing, China, via a nonstop flight from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The new route is part of American’s commitment to provide customers with a strong international network to complement its extensive domestic U.S. system. American’s presence in Asia includes flights to Shanghai, China and Delhi, India. In addition, American has served Japan for more than 20 years, presently from Terminal 2 at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport, which also boasts a handsome new Admirals Club.
American Airlines launched its new Beijing route this spring with its Boeing 777 fleet, which features three classes of service, accommodating 14 First Class passengers, 37 Business Class passengers and 194 economy-class passengers.
Customers traveling aboard American’s 777 aircraft will benefit from the airline’s ongoing investment in premium class services. American continues to expand culinary options and overall service offerings with the introduction of new menu choices, designed by celebrity chef Sam Choy, on flights between Chicago and Beijing. Choy is a four-time nominee for the James Beard Best Pacific Regional Chef Award; in 2004, his Kaloko Restaurant in Kona, Hawaii, received the James Beard/Gallo of Sonoma American Classics Award.
Along with outstanding in-flight dining, the premium experience onboard American is designed to exceed customer expectations in every way. Premium class customers traveling to Beijing are also offered BOSE® noise-cancelling headsets, great audio and video selections, complimentary amenity kits that include Burt’s Bees® products and a comfy duvet paired with an oversized plush pillow — all designed to further elevate the customer experience and offer a new level of relaxation and luxury when flying American Airlines.
For more information and to book flights online, please visit American’s website, AA.com.
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