– Air China’s new Beijing-Hawaii route brings travelers directly to Lover’s Paradise
BEIJING, Feb. 13, 2014 / PRNewswire — Looking for an escape from the whirlwind of urban life? Longing to visit the sites seen in films? Hoping to travel with someone you love? Hawaii, known as Lover’s Paradise, will make your journey there very rewarding. Starting January 21, 2014, Air China launched the first Beijing-Hawaii nonstop service ever. The 9-hour flight takes travelers directly to the great holiday destination, where one can relive the scenes of classic movies.
One of the most successful films of Elvis Presley in his lifetime, “Blue Hawaii” portrays the islands’ breathtaking scenery, dynamic music and passionate dances. If you love him, take him to that feast for the senses, Hawaii.
Long coastlines and clear blue skies reign supreme in Hawaii. The volcano goddess, Pele, imbues Hawaii with bright red; Waimea is filled with lush vegetation; and the world’s most powerful telescope makes Hawaii ideal for stargazing.
Sip a cocktail while embracing Hawaii’s sunshine and sea breezes, as romantic moments are etched into your memories.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Hawaii’s broad blue sky, incredible natural wonders and exotic cultures have won over many Hollywood directors. Hollywood blockbuster “Pirates of the Caribbean 4″, with its beautiful mermaids, was filmed on the islands of Kauai and Oahu.
The fourth largest island in the archipelago, Kauai is famous for its distinctive scenery. It boasts numerous hiking trails and a 50-mile long white sandy beach. It also mesmerizes with Waimea Canyon, known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”, and wonderful Na Pali Coast. All these make Kauai Hawaii’s most idyllic natural island. Walk in the depths of the jungle and beside the clear water; maybe you can hear mermaids singing beautiful songs.
50 First Dates
How can love continue if the girl suffers from amnesia every day? The romantic comedy explores one’s inner longing to keep love “fresh” and “eternal”.
Hike to Hamakua Coast for the waterfalls, dive at Kona with fish for company, take in the star-studded sky atop Mauna Kea, and delve into Hawaii’s history in Hilo Museum.
The three-times weekly flights, CA837/8, operate on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Outbound flights depart from Beijing at 1:30 Beijing time, and arrive in Hawaii at 16:30 local time. The return flights depart from Hawaii at 22:00 local time and arrive at 5:20 Beijing time on the third day.
Air China has launched Hawaii Free & Independent Travel Product (FIT Product), with round-trip tickets starting from RMB 2183. For reservations, visit Air China’s official website or Air China’s group buy website for the FIT product which includes round-trip ticket, visa, hotel, airport pick-up/drop-off and shopping surprises.
Travel there, and Air China will take good care of you!
Air China’s official website: www.airchina.com
Air China’s group buy website: tuan.airchina.com
Air China Hotline: 95583