Air Travel

Beijing International Airport Terminal 3

ACRESCON recommends exhibitors and visitors contact our exclusive partner travel agency CTS Sports for any travel arrangements. CTS is one of the largest travel agencies in China and is the official agency of the Shanghai 2010 World Expo. Their extensive experience and knowledge working with international visitors coming to China will ensure your travel plans are completely attended too. Contact CTS.

Beijing has two airports, an older airport that is used only for domestic flights and the newer Beijing Capital International Airport (airport code PEK) which exhibitor participants will be using. The Terminal 3 building was the largest building in the world when it opened in 2008 for the Beijing Olympics – it is larger then all 5 terminals at London’s Heathrow with an additional 20% to spare. With Chinese red columns and a muted gold roof it evokes traditional Chinese colors in a modern design. Looking at the airport from above, with raised scales on its back and long body it looks like a flying dragon. The terminal is oriented North-South to help incoming passengers get oriented and a system of skylights face southeast to maximize sunshine.Visitors should have their cameras out and not just rush through the massive airport. Signage and computer displays are in English and Chinese

Beijing International Airport Interior