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Air China: Flight from Seoul to Beijing

Foodology January 19, 2014 Airplane Meals, Chinese

AirChina-plane

Before we could get back to Canada, we needed to stop at Beijing for a connecting flight. From Incheon Airport in South Korea, the only available flight was through Air China. The reviews seemed ok, but I was a bit scared since I’ve never taken Air China before.

The duration of the flight was about an hour and 45 minutes. Not a bad flight time and we also got a meal! Our flight was around noon, so we got lunch. I was definitely anticipating food.

Air China Star Alliance

The configuration of the plane has 2 seats on the side and then 3 in the centre. I always avoid the centre ones since I love a nice view from the plane. Plus since it was just M and I, we didn’t want to sit with strangers.

AirChina-tv

The screen and controller seemed a bit ghetto, so I just left it alone.

AirChina-lunch

For lunch there was chicken and vegetables yi mein noodles with bread, and a salad for lunch. You also get your choice of beverage. The quality wasn’t bad at all. It was much better than Air Canada by a long shot.

I understood less than half on the things on the flight since I don’t understand Korean, Chinese or really badly spoken English. We tried to listen to the announcements, but we failed miserably.

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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.