China Flight and Ticket
- How to buy Airline tickets?
- Most of us look online for our airline ticket no
matter where we go, but here is a piece of China Domestic
Flight Information you want to know.
- You can buy tickets online, but you want to make sure you
do it at a domestic Chinese website or trust someone to do
that. Most international websites offer very expensive
prices compared to the ones you can get locally. Also in
China, things a different when it comes to buying.
- Most people buy by one way tickets! It is also common to
see last minute deals.
- Don't expect to get a super deal because you are buying
early, some airlines cannot even tell you the price unless
it is within 3 weeks of the departure time!
- Information on Check-in to Arrival
- Allow ample time for check-in and boarding as the
wait could become very lengthy.
- Make sure you have your necessary documents in order to
board (i.e. Passport, ID, boarding pass unless you have
- Go through security and make sure you have packed
according to the CAAC security protocols.
- When flying in China, or out of China, you are no longer
allowed to carry any lighters or matches as it is now a
dangerous material according to the CAAC
- Special Destination
- Some destinations may require more than a
passport to enter. Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Tibet are
- To go to Tibet, you will have to apply for the
Tibet Travel Permit in
order to enter.
- Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau, depending on your origin on
the passport, may also require travel visa prior to entering
- Domestic Flight Information
- Many of the destination within China can be
accessed within a 2 hour flight. Plus the price of an
airline ticket can be as cheap as $50 one way!!
We recommend a multi City visit when you are traveling in
Xi'an is what we
think is a must-stop
- All these cities are roughly two hours apart on a
- They are the major Historical site of China
- There are so much to see!!
- Other Regulations from the Civil Aviation
Administration of China:
For the purpose of aviation safety
and security, and in accordance with the standards of
International Civil Aviation Organization, CAAC has imposed
following restrictions on carrying liquids on airplane in
1. Passengers who are taking domestic flights, is permitted
to carry liquids (excluding alcohol) that do not exceed 1
Liter, any excess liquids must be checked in. Liquids that
are permitted to carry must be opened for inspection.
2. Passengers who
are taking international or regional flights that departing
from China are permitted to carry liquids that its volume
does not exceed 100 ml.
All the containers that contain liquids should be put in a
re-sealable transparent plastic bag that its maximum volume
does not exceed 1 Liter. Each individual passenger is
allowed to carry only one transparent plastic bag, any
excesses must be checked in.
All transparent plastic bags that contain liquids should be
gone through security inspection separately.
Passengers who are taking international or regional flights
and need to transit in foreign airports should retain the
receipts for liquids that purchased in duty-free shop or in
flight for inspection. Purchased item should be contained in
a sealed transparent plastic bag, and is not allowed to be
open. Where there are regulations provided by other foreign
airports on carrying duty-free liquids, such regulations
This article is also applied to liquids that carried by any
passenger who come from foreign countries and need to
transit to international or regional flight in China. The
duty-free liquids that carried by passengers should be
contained in a sealed transparent plastic bag without any
damages, and presenting relevant receipt.
3. On domestic flights, alcoholic item is not allowed to be
carried as hand luggage, but to be checked in as checked
luggage. Packaging of alcoholic item should be in accordance
with relevant civil aviation transportation regulations.
4. Passengers who have accompanied babies and are suffering
from diabetes or other diseases are permitted to carry dairy
liquids or necessary amount of liquid medicine, after
5. Any consequences, such as missing the flight caused by
passengers who disobey above regulations are at their own
These restrictions shall be applied from 1st May 2007, and
the Bulletin regarding to enhanced management to liquid that
carried by passengers taking civil aviation airplane by CAAC
published on 5th February 2003 shall be abolished on the