CHINA | Beijing | Beijing Capital International Airport
A ground handling facility at Beijing Capital International Airport, supporting trips throughout China
On behalf of our team,
welcome to China!
Our goal is simple: to make sure you have a totally enjoyable experience when flying into China. We are one of the very few service providers with its own ground handling team in China, and we are one of the most experienced, having worked with aircraft operators, pilots, airports and authorities since the 1970s. We believe this is a testament to our commitment to clients.
We make sure every flight we handle is above and beyond our clients’ expectations. And, we have the know-how to keep your mission running smoothly, even if you have last-minute changes.
Count on us to be your trustworthy, dependable guide when you visit our country.
Country Manager, China
Three different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout China
Ground support capabilities
|Languages spoken||Chinese and English|
|Customs and immigration?||Yes|
|UVair® contract fuel available?||Yes|
|Limousine service and car rental?||Yes|
|Crew accommodation arrangements?||Yes|
|Direct ramp access?||No|
|Computerized worldwide weather briefings?||Yes|
|ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:||No restrictions|
|RNAV5/RNAV10 airspace:||Not implemented|
|8.33 MHz channel spacing:||Not required|
|Airport fire protection category:||ZBAA: 9|
Beijing Capital International Airport is located northeast of Beijing city, at the end of the Airport Highway. The airport is about 88.4 kilometers from Tiananmen Square. We are located at the south of Terminal 1 at Beijing Capital Airport. Drive along the Capital Airport Highway to the main terminal 1. Continue driving onto Cargo Road. Our office is located on the 4th floor.
Facility contact information
Universal Aviation China
Room 201, Building E. No. 13
Tianzhu Fuqian Ave.
Beijing , P.R. China 101312
|Hours of operation||0830-1730 Daily |
1731-0100 minimum coverage, 0100-0829 Emergencies only
|Airport restrictions?||For foreign business aircraft, only one aircraft per hour can take off and land at Beijing Capital International Airport during peak hours (0100-1400 UTC)|
|VIP passenger lounge?||Yes|
|VIP crew lounge?||Yes|
|Oxygen Service Available?||Available on request but possible long wait time|
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