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BEIJING

General Information

Thai Airways Information

contact Information

THAI Airport Office

THAI Reservation & Ticket Office:

Check-in Counter
  • Row E - Level 4, Terminal 3

  • Counter Number E8 – E17

  • Opening Time: 3 hours before STD

  • Closing Time: 60 minutes before STD


THAI'S LOST & FOUND
  • 2nd Floor, Terminal 3

  • 010-64558223

lounge

Air China First Class Lounge (Contract Lounge)

For Royal First Passenger

  • Departure Hall, Terminal 3

  • Opening Hours: 24 Hours

  • Space: 1700 sq.m.

  • Capacity: 317 Seats

  • Facilities:
    • Separate Smoking Area
    • Check-in Facility
    • Food, Snack & Refreshment
    • TV, Magazine, Newspaper
    • Internet Corner
    • Long Distance Call, Fax
    • Toilet/Shower

Air China Business Class Lounge (Contract Lounge)

For Royal Silk Passenger & ROP Gold Card member

  • Departure Hall, Terminal 3

  • Opening Hours: 24 Hours

  • 1900 sq.m.

  • Capacity: 434 Seats

  • Facilities:
    • Separate Smoking Area
    • Food, Snack & Refreshment
    • TV, Magazine, Newspaper
    • Internet Corner
    • Long Distance Call, Fax
    • Toilet/Shower

Basic Facts

  • Cities to which THAI flies: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Kunming, chengdu and Xiamen

    Clothing: Warm, quilted clothing is required during the winter months in the north and central regions. Lightweight fabrics are recommended for the hot and humid summer months in the south. A sweater may be necessary in the evenings and an umbrella during southern monsoon.

    Visas and health regulations:

    • Visitors must apply for a tourist visa before arrival. A 30 day visa is usually granted with possible extensions.
    • Vaccination for yellow fever required if arriving within six days from an infected zone.

    Language:
    Mandarin, Cantonese, and a variety of other dialects. Some English is spoken in the larger, east coast cities.

    Voltage:
    220 volts, 50 Hz (cycles)

    Credit cards:
    Most major cards are accepted in the larger cities. Cards can be used to obtain cash advances at banks and ATM machines in cities.

    Business hours: Government offices, banks, department stores: 8 to 9 a.m. until 5 or 6 p.m., Mon-Sat.

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