Air China's fuel-efficient B747-8I serves New York's JFK International Airport from a 14-hour flight from Beijing. The four-cabin aircraft has 12 luxury suites in the Forbidden Pavilion first class cabin, 54 180-degree fully flat sleepers in Capital Pavilion business class, 66 premium economy seats and 233 in the economy cabin for a total of 365 seats.
Its sculpted ceiling creates a warm relaxing space, conveying earth and sky in a natural flow. The dynamic LED lighting features a variety of colors to simulate natural lighting from sunrise to sunset, making one feel truly at home in the sky. New larger pivot bins provide ample storage space for every passenger.
Air China's comfortable Boeing 777-300ER serves all flights between Beijing and Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Houston and Washington, DC. It features 8 First Class suites, 42 lie-flat Business Class seats and 261 Economy class seats. Each seat has a personal entertainment system. Click below.