1 May 2018, Moscow. – Since April 30 2018 all foreign passengers aged from 14 to 70 inclusive must undergo mandatory fingerprinting on arrival at airports in China.
Aeroflot flights are serviced at Terminal 2 of Beijing Capital International Airport, where 20 automated fingerprinting booths have been set up before passengers go through passport control. Immigration officials are available to assist foreign passengers with the fingerprinting procedure as necessary. After the fingerprints have been taken passengers receive a receipt that they then have to present at passport control. The information is entered into the Chinese immigration service’s database, and no subsequent fingerprinting is required. Passengers refusing to undergo fingerprinting will be refused entry into China.
Passengers holding diplomatic passports, an EU Laissez-Passer and humanitarian visas are exempt from the requirement.
Aeroflot is Russia’s flagship carrier and a proud member of the SkyTeam global airline alliance. Aeroflot serves 146 destinations in 52 countries.
Aeroflot’s 232-strong fleet is the youngest of any airline worldwide that operates more than 100 aircraft. In 2017, Aeroflot carried 32.8 million passengers (50.1 million passengers as Aeroflot Group including subsidiaries).
Aeroflot holds 4-Star Airline status from Skytrax and was named Best Airline in Eastern Europe for the sixth time at the 2017 Skytrax World Airline Awards. Aeroflot has also been awarded a five-star global airline rating by US aviation association APEX.
Aeroflot is the world’s strongest airline brand and most powerful brand in Russia according to leading brand strategy consultancy Brand Finance.
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