On board of the modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner™ the flight with Polish Airlines LOT to Beijing will take but a flash – in luxurious conditions and a friendly atmosphere. Our top class crew will assure your comfort from the very first minute until the last one. The Business Traveller has recognised us the sixteenth time running as the Best Airline of Central and Eastern Europe.
By travelling with Polish Airlines LOT you can see for yourself how comfortable can long-distance flights be. Within the new PLL LOT system of direct flights you can relax and focus only on your interests. Let us take care of all the rest.
Thanks to a ticket of Polish Airlines LOT Beijing has become within your reach. We fly from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to the Beijing (PEK) Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 16.30 hrs.
We fly to airports with the best reputation worldwide, offering the best links with the town centre. In Beijing we are cooperating with the Beijing (PEK) Airport. All you need to do then is to take the subway, the bus or a taxi to quickly reach the heart of the Chinese capital city.
With Polish Airlines LOT you can fly even more comfortably. For our more demanding clients we have developed such services, as My Favourite Seat or Priority Luggage. And passengers who do not like to wait in a queue for check in or check out we have introduced the option Quick Passage. Check how to reserve the additional services and find out what else we have prepared especially for you.
Beijing - the capital of China is a remarkable city for foreigners, full of contrasts and contradictions. This diversity can be seen in the development where the old temples dating back to the imperial era are next to modern glass skyscrapers.
The size of the city and the crowds can also be a big surprise for visitors. Beijing is more than 30 times the size of Warsaw and is inhabited by almost 20 million people, i.e. more than half the population of Poland. There is also a huge flow of tourists visiting the capital - the Forbidden City lying in the centre of Beijing is visited by over 60 thousand people daily.
The cultural differences between the Chinese and Westerners may be even more surprising to foreigners. Collectivism, which is living in the community, is something quite normal both in Beijing and throughout the country. The Chinese do not approve of individualism, so fashionable and highly regarded in Europe. They also do not attach importance to privacy, because the most important thing for them is the community, not the individual. All this makes Beijing one of the most exotic cities in the world for tourists.
Moreover, it is full of historical sites, hard to find in Europe and on other continents. Chinese cuisine is full of unique flavours, completely unknown to tourists from the West. Also, cultural events and holidays that are celebrated in Beijing very pompously attract thousands of tourists who want to get to know the local customs.