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Travelers usually depart from Melbourne, Avalon, Essendon, or Melbourne-Southern Cross when they travel from Melbourne to Beijing. Book your trip to arrive at Beijing Capital International, or Beijing Daxing International Airport. The most popular airlines for this route are China Southern Airlines, Air New Zealand, China Eastern Airlines, Jetstar Airways, and Qantas. Melbourne and Beijing have 40 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Beijing, consider visiting Forbidden City, Beijing, Great Wall of China, Summer Palace, an Imperial Garden in Beijing, and 798 Art District, Beijing.

Check-in for a flight from Melbourne to Beijing

NameCarrier codeIATA CodePassport needed during bookingOnline check-in available
China Southern AirlinesCSNCZYesNo
Air New ZealandANZNZYesNo
China Eastern AirlinesCESMUYesNo
Jetstar AirwaysJSTJQNo0
Closes 1 hours before flight
QantasQFAQFYesNo

China COVID-19 travel restrictions

Your trip summary

Most travelers from Melbourne (AUS), MEL are not able to enter Mainland China yet.

Departure

COVID-19 testing
  • Entry restricted for international travelers
  • Mandatory COVID-19 test on arrival
  • Mandatory 7-day quarantine
Visa requirements
  • Visitor visa
Forms and documents
  • Mandatory proof of vaccination for mainland China
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results
  • Mandatory health code application before arrival
  • Mandatory health declaration form before arrival
  • Mandatory health declaration form for Hangzhou
  • Mandatory health declaration form for Nanjing
  • Mandatory health declaration form for Xiamen

Return

Visa requirements
  • Visitor visa
Additional information
  • Masks are mandatory in most places

Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.

Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in China in our dedicated Stories article.

Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular routes to and from Melbourne?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Melbourne and Sydney, Denpasar, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Cairns, Perth, Manila, Bangkok, Auckland, Hobart, Adelaide, Ho Chi Minh City, Phuket City, Ahmedabad, Christchurch, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, City of Launceston, Kathmandu.
What are the most popular routes to and from Beijing?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Beijing and London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taipei, Shenzhen, Manchester, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, Shanghai, Dublin, Vancouver, Toronto, Guangzhou, Tokyo, Chengdu, Edinburgh, Xi'an, Osaka, Reykjavik.
Which airports are there in Melbourne?
Melbourne is mainly served by Melbourne. But there are other airports nearby, including Avalon, Essendon, Melbourne Moorabbin Airport.
What airports are near Beijing?
The main airport in Beijing is Beijing Capital International. It is also served by Tianjin Binhai International, Shijiazhuang Zhengding International, Zhangjiakou Ningyuan, Tangshan Sannühe, Chengde Puning, Qinhuangdao Beidaihe.
What buses and trains depart from Melbourne?
A number of bus and train companies depart from Melbourne, including SKYBUS.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Melbourne and Beijing?
Yes, it's possible to combine different modes of transport between Melbourne and Beijing thanks to our Virtual Interlining technology. Making use of not only flights but also trains and buses between Melbourne and Beijing can give rise to new adventures. Read more about how Virtual Interlining works on Kiwi.com Stories.
What is Virtual Interlining and how do I use it?
Virtual Interlining provides a revolutionary way of traveling. You can combine different modes of transport like flights, trains, and buses into one itinerary. And this often saves money. Thanks to the world's largest carrier database, the Kiwi.com search function enables anyone to mix and match different modes of transport easily.
Which airlines fly between Melbourne and Beijing?
Currently, you can fly between Melbourne and Beijing with China Southern Airlines, Air New Zealand, China Eastern Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas.
When's the best time to travel between Melbourne and Beijing?
If you don’t have specific dates for your trip between Melbourne and Beijing, you can enter a date range into the departure and return fields. Most carriers on the Kiwi.com website allow you to search and book up to six months from the day of your search. Order the search results by the best, cheapest, or fastest route, or find the cheapest outbound and return combination in the pricing table.
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