ZBAD We are one of the most experienced business aviation service providers in China, having worked with aircraft operators, pilots, airports and authorities since the 1970s. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Beijing Daxing International Airport · Beijing ZBAD We are one of the most experienced business aviation service providers in China, having worked with aircraft operators, pilots, airports and authorities since the 1970s. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Beijing Daxing International Airport · Beijing We are one of the most experienced business aviation service providers in China, having worked with aircraft operators, pilots, airports and authorities since the 1970s. China MAKE A RESERVATION GET PRICING Beijing Daxing International Airport · Beijing ZBAD

ZBAD

China

Beijing Daxing International Airport · Beijing

We have extensive experience handling wide-body aircraft for both charter and cargo operations, and we can help coordinate complex on- and off-airport logistics for cargo flights.

Location Details

Support Region
Local Time
24/7 Phone

Radio frequency

N/A
SITA: HOUBJUV

Languages spoken

Chinese and English

Hours of operation

24/7

Fax

+86 1084163139

Address

Room 406, Building D, No.13, Tianzhu Fuqian Ave. Beijing, China

Yini LinDirector of Sales - APAC

+86 18001198220

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Some Great Reasons to Choose Us

  1. Currently, only domestic flights are allowed at ZBAD. All passengers and crew are in and out of the airport within 20 minutes from landing.
  2. Our highly-trained team is fluent in English and adheres to global compliance regulations and safety standards.
  3. We are experts at handling wide-body aircraft for charter and cargo operations. We can help coordinate complex on-and-off-airport logistics for cargo flights.

Services & Amenities for this Location

Featured Services & Amenities

Preferred Service Partners

Catering Arrangements
Ground Transportation

All Available Services & Amenities

  • Contract Fuel Available
  • Flight Plan Filing
  • Permit Coordination
  • Baggage Handling
  • Crew Hotel Arrangements
  • Refreshments
  • Catering Arrangements
  • Ground Transportation
  • VIP Passenger Lounge
  • Crew Lounge
  • Internet Access
  • Conference Rooms
  • Hangarage
  • Maintenance
  • Car Rental
  • Lav Services
  • Oxygen Service
  • Customs & Immigration
  • Restrooms
  • Air Conditioning

Airport Information

Attribute Detail
Airport Name Beijing Daxing International Airport
ICAO/IATA ZBAD / PKX
Location Beijing, Hebei Province, China
LAT / LON NIL
Elevation 25.2M
Magnetic Variation 5° 58’ W (1980)
Airport of Entry Yes
Hours of Operation 24/7 hours
Fuel Available Jet-A/Jet-A1
Longest Runway 3800m
Approaches TWR01 118.825(124.35)
TWR02 118.375(124.35)
TWR03 130.425(130.3)
TWR04 118.725(130.3)
APP01 126.1(125.05)
APP02 119.0(125.05)
APP03 126.5(125.8)
APP05 121.1(124.4)
APP06 119.7(129.0)
APP07 124.7(125.8)
APP08 127.75(124.4)
APP09 120.6(129.0)
APP10 125.5(125.8)
Navaid SID and STAR with RNAV at the airport
RVSM Yes. Radar control is implemented in Beijing TMA. The minimum vertical radar separation is 300m.
ACAS/TCAS II ACAS/TCAS II
ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II Yes
RNAV5/RNAV10 airspace Yes
8.33 MHz channel spacing Not required
Fire Category CAT 10
Slots Required YES
Tower Frequency TWR01: 118.825 (124.35)
TWR02: 118.375 (124.35)
Ground Frequency GND01: 121.975 (121.775)
GND02: 121.625 (121.775)
Clearance Frequency 121.875
ATIS ARR: 127.225
DEP: 128.4
Airport Diagram

Diagram of ZBAA

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