Latest News on Beijing Airport

Since the pre-practice of the operation on the Terminial 3 building at Beijing Capital International Airport on 29 Feb., it was announced yesterday (26 Mar.), the Terminal 3 has been officially put into operation. It is the largest single-block airport terminal in the world. Altogether, twenty-six airlines have been managed in this terminal. The details are as follows:
Austrilian Airlines (OS),
Qatar Airways (QR),
British Airways (BA),
El Al Israel Airlines (LY)
Air China (CA),
Asiana Airlines (OZ),
Hong Kong Dragonair (KA),
Austrian Airlines (OS),
Air Canada (AC),
Air Macau Company Ltd. (NX),
United Airlines (UA),
Thai Airways Intl.(TG),
SAS-Scandinavian Airlines (SK),
Singapore Airlines (SQ),
Finnair (AY),
German Airlines (LH), 
Japan Airlines ( JL),
Turkish Airlines (TK),
All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. (NH), 
Emirates Airlines (EK)       
Siberia Airlines (S7)
Cathay Pacific Airways Limited (CX) 
Egypt Air (MS)
The following airlines (about 30-Airlines) still remain in the Terminal 2 building , the following are part of them for your reference:
China Southern Airlines (CZ) ----International Departure

Unite Eagle Airlines Ltd. (EU)      
Northwest Airlines INC. (NW) 
Vietnam Airlines (UN)
Air France (AF)                  
Alitalia (AZ)              
Continental Airlines (CO)
Aeroflot-Russian Intl. Airlines (SU)  
Air Koryo (JS)             
Koenan Air (KE)
Srilankan Airlines Limited (UL)     
The Terminal 1 building is only for the two airlines, which are for domestic departures:
Xiamen Airlines Ltd. (MF)    -- Domestic
China Southern Airlines (CZ)   -- Domestic
With Terminal 3 as the base for its airport operations in Beijing, Air China has put in place the Advanced Departure Control System, when clients handle their check-in baggage, they are required to provide full names which should be 100% same as they showed on their passports. The Baggage Reconciliation System will also dramatically increase baggage handling efficiency, and it will make collecting luggage much quicker and easier for passengers.