Cheap Flights to Beijing
Book cheap student flights to Beijing
Just because you go to school in a different country doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to spend quality time with your family on school breaks! If you want to head home to Beijing to catch up with friends and family over hot pot, Karaoke, hiking in the suburban or shopping in Sanlitun, the cost of a flight should not hold you back from doing so!
We have great flight deals all year round but we’ll cut even deeper student discounts around times we know you want to travel to Beijing, like winter break and summer vacation. We run sales around some top holidays as well, like 11.11 (Singles Day) and Moon Festival (October 4). So, make your plans to head home for the home-cooked meals we know you’ve been missing from Douzhir to Chaogan to Baodu to Peking Duck!
Tips for visiting Beijing
If you’re looking to explore Beijing, below you will find a mini Beijing Travel Guide that can get you around the city, from the airports to the sights you’ll want to check out. For a more in-depth look at China, check out StudentUniverse’s China Travel Guide. That’ll help you out, especially if Beijing is just one stop on a China-wide adventure. Need suggestions on where else to go in Asia? Check out our post on top Asia destinations and see the other cities that made the list alongside Beijing. Get there before Beijing hosts the 2022 Winter Olympics and becomes an even more popular travel destination!
Beijing Airports Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) is, most likely, the airport you’ll be flying into. Beijing flights either come here, or they more rarely land at Beijing Nanyuan Airport, a commercial airport and military base. In the future, the Beijing Daxing International Airport will be available for flights to Beijing.
Top Airlines flying to Beijing Air China is the biggest carrier coming out of Beijing Capital International Airport. Check out our Cheap Flights to Asia page to see what your best options are on flights and airlines.
Top Beijing attractions There are a few great top Beijing attractions that are must-sees on your journey. Part of the legendary Great Wall of China runs through the city. The Forbidden City was the imperial palace for five hundred years. And the Beijing Zoo houses one of China’s greatest treasures – giant pandas.
Things to do in Beijing There are a ton of things to do in Beijing. The museums here are incredible if you love history. The cuisine you can find here is some of the best in the world and can be a fun culture shock. Explore with your mind, open to new experiences, and you’ll make the most of Beijing.