China Eastern Airlines
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|Airline Name||China Eastern Airlines||Major Routes||Shanghai Pudong International Airport⇔Major airports in Japan/Incheon International Airport/Charles de Gaulle International Airport/Abu Dhabi International Airport/Vienna International Airport/Bole International Airport/Los Angeles International Airport etc.|
|Official Site||http://us.ceair.com/en/||Check-In Counter||
|Year Established||1988||Main Destinations||Tokyo, New York, Brisbane, Honolulu, Bangkok, Manila, Moscow, Paris, Rome, London etc.|
|Frequent Flyer Program||Eastern Miles|
China Eastern Airlines is China's second largest passenger airline. Founded in 1988 under the former Civil Aviation Association of China, it has its headquarters in the China Eastern Airlines Building in Shanghai. China Eastern Airlines currently has its two primary hubs stationed in Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. It also has three secondary hubs at Beijing Capital International Airport, Kunming Changshui International Airport and Xi'an Xianyang International Airport. China Eastern Airlines has two subsidiaries, China United Airline and Shanghai Airlines. In 2011, China Eastern Airlines was inducted as a member of the Sky Team Alliance.
* Please ensure to check the official website of China Eastern Airlines for updated and detailed information for checked baggage.
* Please ensure to check the official website of China Eastern Airlines for updated and detailed information for carry-on baggage.
China Eastern Airlines' tagline when it comes to service is "World Class Hospitality with Eastern Charm". This holds true regardless of whether you have an economy air ticket or a first class air ticket. From amenities such as pillows and blankets to in-flight entertainment such as movies and music, there are many things that China Eastern Airlines offers for the comfort and convenience of their passengers.
Passengers have the option to choose between Chinese or Western in-flight food and beverages, as well as a variety of snacks. Special meal arrangements can also be made after air ticket purchase by requesting it through the China Eastern Airlines website or call center. In-flight entertainment is also available as there is a selection of movies, TV shows, and music as well as electrical outlets available if you need to access your own electronic device.
I flew in from Shanghai to Chicago non-stop. The service provided by the crew for business class air ticket holders was impeccable. There was also ample legroom in the cabin that helped with the long flight. The food was well-prepared and there was an array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to choose from.
It was my first time to fly on China Eastern Airlines. I had an economy air ticket from Shanghai to KualaLumpur, and the staffs were very accommodating throughout the flight. The flight arrived and left on
time and there were no delays. I’m sure to fly with them again!
We took the China Eastern Airlines form Los Angeles to Shanghai. The food selection was great. Unlike other airlines, the in-flight food was fresh and there were many options to choose from. Will definitely recommend this airline to my colleagues!
No. Membership is permanent. However, if members wish to terminate their membership for any reason, they can submit a written notice and China Eastern Airlines will assist with the cancellation of membership. All points and privileges, however, will be forfeited.
A. Yes. As long as you have the air ticket number and the complete passenger information such as name, passport number and others, you will be able to check in online on behalf of others.
A. For web check-in, you can check in 24 hours prior to your departure. For airport check-in, make sure you check in at least 3-4 hours before departure for international flights and 1-2 hours for domestic or regional flights.
Eastern Miles, China Eastern Airlines’ frequent flyer program is available for free for passengers above 12 years old by signing up on the website. An air ticket purchased under China Eastern Airline's subsidiaries is also counted towards points under this program. Points are not only earned by buying an air ticket but also by paying using China Eastern Airlines credit card. Points earned can be used to purchase air tickets, excess luggage awards and gift awards. Members of can qualify for Elite Status when they meet the point requirements, which are 40,000 points for Silver Elite Status and 80,000 points for Gold Elite Status.
Passengers with a valid air ticket can check-in online through the airline's website 24 hours prior to the scheduled departure time. Simply access the China Eastern Airlines website at www.en.ceair.com and click on the heading that reads self-service. Type in your air ticket number and your name and follow the instructions. After online check-in, checked bags must be deposited prior to the closing of the counters. This option is only available for passengers without special requests.
Other passengers have to check in personally at the airport at least three hours prior to the departure time.
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Bangkok (USD499〜) Cebu (USD522〜) Jeju (USD994〜) Krabi (USD808〜) Kuala Lumpur (USD532〜) Magong (USD1,216〜) Manila (USD633〜) Nagoya (USD826〜) Sapporo (USD634〜) Shizuoka (USD1,219〜) Singapore (USD857〜) Sydney (USD1,067〜) Yangon (USD689〜)