Beijing International Airport (IATA code PEK/BJS), officially known as Beijing Capital International Airport, is the main airport that serves Beijing in China. The airport is situated 30 km from the city in northeastern direction and is the busiest airport in Asia when it comes to traffic of passengers. Beijing Capital International Airport serves as a main hub for China Southern Airlines, Hainan and the flag carrier Air China, which covers more than 120 destinations. The airport has three terminals, where Terminal 1 covers the domestic flights of Hainan Airlines and Terminal 2 serves international and domestic flights of China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines and SkyTeam. In year 2008, the airport got a huge Terminal 3 and a new runway in order to accommodate the increasing traffic volume. Terminal 3 serves Air China, Oneworld and Star Alliance and can operate the Airbus A380. Now the capacity of the passengers is approximately 78 million travellers per year. The three terminals are connected by regular shuttle buses and an intra-terminal train. Beijing Capital International Airport could be reached with the Airport Expressway, shuttle buses and metered taxis. The available online facilities at the airport include a business center, full access of the disabled passengers, bank offices, ATM machines, restaurants and cafes. Shops, duty-free zone, medical center, large car parking zone are also available. The car rental service in China usually includes a driver and this is offered by the ren-a-car companies.

Latitude 40
Longitude 116
Full name Beijing
Alternative names Beijing Capital International Airport
Address Airport Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100621, China
Phone (010) 6454 1111
Owner Civil Aviation Administration of China / Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited