Air China Adds Fast Track to Rome and Milan Airports

By Michael Acampora on 16 July 2012
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Milan's Malpensa airportAir China has added “Fast Track” immigration services to the Rome and Milan airports.

The service is available to first- and business-class passengers and PhoenixMiles Platinum members on Rome-Beijing flights operated by Air China, and first- and business-class travelers on Air China’s Milan-Beijing/Shanghai flights.

Air China’s Fast Track service, which allows travelers to avoid immigration clearance lines, is now available in six cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Paris, Tokyo, Rome, and Milan.

Numerous airports and airlines around the world offer dedicated security and immigration lines for first- and business-class passengers, including London Heathrow, where passengers on airlines including American and British Airways can use the Fast Track lane upon arrival.

(Pictured: Milan’s Malpensa airport)


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