Beijing Taxi Transfers
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Book your Beijing airport transfer with us today and avoid long taxi queues at the airport.
Meet and greet service comes as standard and cancellation is free of charge up to 24 hours before pick up.
Our prices are fixed and all inclusive, so no nasty surprises like surge pricing, or extra charges due to traffic congestion.
Fully Inclusive Prices
Q: Where will I meet my driver at Beijing airport?
A: Your driver will be waiting in the arrivals hall at Beijing airport, holding a sign showing your name. Exact meeting point information will be included in your confirmation email and eTicket.
Q: Are there any extra charges?
A: All Beijing airport taxi quotes published on our website are fixed and all inclusive.
Q: My plans have changed, can I cancel my Beijing Airport Taxi?
A: You can cancel your reservation free of charge up to 24 hours before the scheduled pick up time. See terms and conditions for more details.
Q: My flight has been delayed, what should I do?
A: If your flight arriving at Beijing airport is delayed, please call the emergency phone number provided in your booking confirmation email as soon as possible.
Beijing Transport Guide
<p>Beijing, the capital of China, is a major transport
a modern network of highways, roads and railways. There are five ring
that encircle the city, as well as, nine expressways and eleven national
highways. The public transportation in Beijing is extensive and includes
metro, buses, trolleybuses and suburban trains.</p>
<p>A fast and economical way to get around Beijing is by
The rapidly expanding metro network operates with 22 lines, and the fee
on the distance travelled. Suburban trains connect the city with the
suburbs not covered by the metro. Currently, there are four operational
suburban railway lines. Beijing city buses and trolleybuses run to
parts of the city and are convenient for reaching destinations not
the metro. </p>
<p>Beijing is the main railway hub in China and has
train stations that handle domestic, as well as, international railway
Eight major lines that radiate out of the Chinese capital to different
the country. The main railway stations are Beijing Railway Station,
South Railway Station and Beijing West Railway Station. </p>
Airport (PEK)</a> is the major international airport in China and one
of the busiest airports in the world. It is located 32 km northeast of
centre and 20 km from the Beijing Business District. You can travel from
airport to the city by train, bus, airport taxi or private Beijing
<p>The Airport Express Line is a dedicated subway route
runs from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 and then to the city, making stops at
Dongzhimen and Sanyuanqiao. The travel time is 16 to 20 minutes. </p>
<p>Approximately 18 bus routes run from the Beijing
Airport to various parts of the city, including the main railway
Zhongguancun, Xidan, Fangzhuang and Shangdi. Intercity bus routes are
to the neighbouring cities of Baoding, Tianjin, Langfang, Qinhuangdao
<p>Beijing airport taxis can take you to any
can take one at the designated taxi ranks. However, it is more
book a private Beijing airport taxi in advance and pay a fixed price. </p>
<p>Our Beijing airport transfer service includes a
transfer in a private vehicle with a professional driver. We will
flight for possible delays and make sure you arrive at your destination
time. You can choose a vehicle from our extensive fleet and pay for the
online. The cost for a <a href="https://airportstaxitransfers.com/transportation/taxibookings/Transfer-from-Beijing-Capital-Airport-to-Beijing-City-Centre">private
from Beijing Capital Airport to Beijing city centre</a> is 48 USD for