Beijing Airport — Asia’s busiest carries the IATA code PEK, an abbreviation reminding visitors to this day that the capital of China was once called Peking. Located some 20 miles or 32 km northeast of central Beijing, the airport sits in the Chaoyang district, which is encircled by the Shunyi suburb of Beijing.

Beijing Airport serves as the main hub for flag carrier Air China.

Beijing Capital International Airport

The airline covers some 120 passenger destinations from the airport in Beijing. The Asian carriers Hainan and China Southern Airlines also use Beijing as their hub. Last year Beijing came in second place with regard to the world’s busiest airports.

Beijing’s airport was inaugurated on March 2, 1958 and had originally only one small terminal, which still exists today, reportedly used by VIPs and charter flight operators. At the beginning of 1980 the airport got its first purpose built passenger terminal, which was already deemed too small by the middle of the 1990s. When Terminal 2 opened its doors to the public, Terminal 1 closed its doors for extensive refurbishment for several years.

The growing popularity of flights across the world and less strict travel requirements for citizens from the People’s Republic of China on outbound flights meant that two terminals were soon inadequate to deal with passenger numbers. Terminal 3 opened its doors to the public in 2008 to cater for the visitors coming to see the Olympic Games at Beijing. Terminal 3 is the second largest airport in the world, apart from Dubai’s terminal 3. Beijing’s terminal is so vast it ranks as the fifth largest building on the planet!

In June 2008 Beijing Airport finally got a fully refurbished and modernised Terminal 1 that catered for just a few carriers offering domestic flights, such as Hainan Airlines, Deer Air, Grand China Air, and Tianjin Airlines, in fact all domestic flights operated by the HNA Group.

Terminal 2 also offers domestic and international routes such as flights between Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Beijing and flights operated by China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Skyteam, Air Koryo and other domestic and international carriers.

Terminals 1 and 2 are connected by a public walkway. It takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes to walk from one terminal to the other but there are shuttle buses, which link all three terminals at regular intervals.

With the construction of Terminal 3, Beijing Airport also received a third runway and a rail link into central Beijing, which operates an Airport Express train service from the Transportation Centre. Air China, Shanghai Airlines, the Star Alliance members as well as Oneworld members moved operations to Terminal 3.

Among the first to move into the new airport terminal, which opened in two phases, were British Airways and El Al Israel Airlines as well as Qantas and Qatar Airways. Domestic carriers Shandong Airlines and Sichuan Airlines also have a presence as well as Star Alliance members Austrian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, United, Turkish Airlines and Singapore Airlines. Air China uses also Terminal 3-E.

At Terminal 3 passengers will find 292 international check-in desks, duty free shops, changing facilities for babies and toddlers, children’s playground and an intra-terminal people mover train that helps passengers to get around the vast structure without tiring themselves out.

Onward transport exists in via the aforementioned Airport Express trains and the Beijing Subway, which also connects Terminals 2 and 3.

The main passenger terminal is called Terminal 3C, but there are also two satellite concourses called Terminal 3D and Terminal 3E as well as five floors above ground and two underground levels. Since Terminal 1 and 2 use the letters "A and B" for their concourses, Terminal 3 has avoided using these letters so passengers won’t get confused.

While Terminal 3C is designated for domestic flight routes, Terminal 3E deals with international flights and Terminal 3D, which started life as the "Olympics Hall", is now also designated for international flights.

Thanks to its enormous size, Terminal 3 can offer no fewer than 7,000 parking spaces and the transportation centre has its own dedicated traffic lanes to speed up traffic in and out of Beijing Airport. Airport buses, taxis and private vehicles are allowed to use these lanes.

Terminal 3’s baggage handling system is the envy of the world with a staggering delivery of 19,200 pieces of luggage per hour. Transferring passengers’ baggage can be delivered from T3C to T3E in just five minutes and passengers arriving at Beijing Airport can typically retrieve their baggage within 4.5 minutes after their plane has been unloaded.

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Beijing Capital Airport (PEK)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about Beijing Capital International Airport: Flights (Departures, Arrivals), Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Beijing airport. Plan your travel to PEK Airport with the information provided in this site.

Beijing Capital International Airport (IATA: PEK, ICAO: ZBAA) is the main airport that serves the city of Beijing, People’s Republic of China. The airport is located 32 km (20 miles) northeast of city center. There is another airport in Beijing called Beijing Nanyuan Airport, only used by China United Airlines.

Beijing Airport serves as the main hub for Air China, China Southern Airlines, Hainan Airlines and China Eastern Airlines. Air China is the main airline in the airport with more than 120 destinations.

The Terminal 3 was inaugurated in 2008 for the Olympic Games, being the second largest airport terminal in the world after Dubai airport. Now, serves the flights of Air China, Star Alliance and Oneworld members, among others.

In 2015, 90,1 million passengers used the Airport, being the second largest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic after Atlanta Airport. In 2007, just before inauguration of new T3, the airport was the ninth.

Terminals 1 and 2

Beijing Capital airport has currently 3 active terminals, 1, 2 and 3. Terminal 1 and 2 are located together, Terminal 3 is 5km driving from them.

— Terminal 1: It is the smallest terminal on the airport and was reopened in 2008 after a refurbishment. It serves domestic flights operated by the HNA Group including Grand China Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Tianjin Airline or Spring Airlines, among others.

— Terminal 2: opened in 1999, serves more than 30 airlines.

Сколько аэропортов в Пекине

Before opening T3, it was the main terminal.

Currently houses China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Skyteam, Air Koryo and other domestic and international flights other than those operated by Air China, Shanghai Airlines and Star Alliance/Oneworld members.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 is the main terminal of the airport covering an area of 1,713,000 square meters, with 2,900 meters long from north to south. It was inaugurated in 2008.

Currently it serves all flights from Air China and 40 other airlines.

The terminal is divided in 3 concourses, named C, D and E, from south to north.

T3-C: Is the closest part to the main entry of the terminal, dedicated to domestic flights.

T3-D: Is the medium part, only used by some flights of Air China.

T3-E: Is the far side from the main entry, is dedicated to international flights.

Important: The distances in this terminal are really huge, consider more time if flying from here.


Rail: Beijing Subway has an Express line that connects Terminal 2 and 3 from the airport to city center (stops at Sanyuanqiao and Dongzhimen). The trip takes approximately 16-20 minutes and costs CNY25/person

Taxi: Locations:

T1: Outside Gate 1 on F1.

T2: Outside Gate 5 to 9 on F1.

T3: Please refer to the signs inside the terminal building.

Bus: Various airport bus routes to different parts of Beijing and neighbouring cities. It is necessary to buy the ticket at the terminal prior entering the bus.

Car Rental

Check prices and options here (cars + driver)

Inter-terminal transportation

Terminal 1 and 2 are connected by a public walkway that takes 10-15 minutes. To reach Terminal 3 from Terminal 1 or 2, is it necessary to use shuttle service.

Free Shuttle Service connects terminals 1, 2 and 3. The stops are located:

T1: outside Gate 7 F1

T2: outside Gate 7 F1

T3: Gate 5 F1

Contact information

Address: Shunyi, Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Telephone: +86 10 96158

Lost and Found

Terminal 1, 2: Gate 15, F1, T2. Phone: 0086-10-96158.

Terminal 3: East of Exit A of Arrival Hall, F2, T3-C. Inside the Information Counter, F2, T3-D. Inside the West Information Counter behind Security Check Zone, T3-C. Phone: 0086-10-96158.

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Пекинский аэропорт, терминал 2

Рем Сапожников/ Апрель-Май 2014

С 2011 года пекинский аэропорт прочно занял вторую позицию в списке наиболее загруженных пассажирских аэропортов мира. Рассчитывая на дальнейший рост пассажиропотока, к 2018 году к югу от Пекина планируют построить ещё один международный аэропорт.

При подготовке к поездке я как-то упустил из внимания, что Аэрофлот прилетает в терминал 2 пекинского аэропорта. Поэтому после приземления я был несколько удивлён, куда это самолёт поехал парковаться. С другой стороны, мне это было кстати: в терминале 3 я уже был в 2008 году, а в этот приезд собирался заехать в терминал 2, посмотреть, как он выглядит.

Также в моих планах было найти пункт продажи железнодорожных билетов (в терминале 3 он тоже сейчас есть) и добраться до города на автобусе, а не на аэроэкспрессе.

Терминал 2 начал свою работу 1 ноября 1999 года.

Пока самолёт паркуется, а нетерпеливые пассажиры уже повскакивали, можно занять место у иллюминатора и немного пофотографировать. Korean Air, Boeing 777-200ER, HL-7750.

Аэропорт Пекина

KLM, Boeing 747-400 PH-BFV "Vancouver".

Мой самолёт. Аэрофлот, Boeing 777-300ER, назван в честь Барклая-де-Толли.

На уровень ниже находится зал вылета. Пассажиры ждут своего рейса.

Магазины дьюти-фри в зоне вылета.

По пути на паспортный контроль после прилёта.

Очередь на паспортный контроль.

Панно с Великой Китайской Стеной сразу за паспортным контролем.

Обменник рядом с лентой выдачи багажа.

Рядом и магазин есть.

Главный зал аэровокзала.

Первым делом, прямо на аэровокзале, я купил билет на поезд на следующий день.

Станция аэроэкспресса находится под зданием аэровокзала.
Но в этот раз до города я решил доехать на автобусе.

На фото терминал 3. Аэроэкспресс в Пекине как стоил 25 юаней в 2008 году, так и стоит 25 юаней в 2014. Когда я улетал из Москвы в апреле 2014, наш аэроэкспресс до Шереметьево стоил 340 рублей, а когда вернулся в мае — уже 400.

Из аэропорта в разные точки города ходит 11 маршрутов автобусов. На фото на стене слева висит схема их движения. Мне был нужен маршрут 7, идущий до Западного вокзала Пекина. Интервал движения 30 минут. Стоимость проезда 24 юаня. Время в пути до вокзала 1 час 20 минут.

Билетная касса находится через дорогу, и сначала я её даже не заметил!

Автобус доезжает до южного входа Западного вокзала. Это хорошо — моя гостиница находится недалеко от него.

Продолжение >>>>>   Западный вокзал Пекина

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