1. Usful Information About China and Travelling in China

  • About China

  • China, one of the four oldest civilizations in the world, has a written history of 4,000 years and boasts rich cultural relics and historical sites. It is the inventor of compass, paper, gunpowder and printing. The Great Wall, the Grand Canal and the Karez irrigation systems are three great ancient engineering projects built 2,000 years ago. Now they are the symbols of the rich culture heritage of the Chinese nation. China has gone over a long history of primitive society, slavery society, feudal society and semi-feudal semi-colonial society and the present socialist society.

  • Information about travelling in China

  • About Chinese visa
    About Hong Kong Visa
    About Chinese passport and travel permit
    How can Overseas-Chinese Kids born in USA go back to Mainland of China?
    How can Taiwanese go back to Mainland from USA?
    How can Taiwanese go back to Hong Kong from USA?
    The American Embassy and Consulates in China
2. Common tips for Travelers

  • Arrive at the Airport Early

  • Allow extra time for unexpected delays on the way to the airport, including parking, security and check-in. On busy travel days, such as holidays, Saturday morning or Sunday evening, please allow additional time. If you are checking bags we recommend that you check-in at least 60 minutes before your scheduled departure. If you are not checking bags, please check-in at least 45 minutes before your scheduled departure.
    International travel: We recommend that you check-in at least two hours before your scheduled departure.

  • Be at the Gate 20 Minutes Prior to Departure

  • To assist in ensuring an on time departure, please arrive at the gate a minimum of 20 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. Customers with advance seat assignments must obtain a boarding pass at least 20 minutes (60 minutes internationally) before scheduled departure. If not checked in at least 15 minutes before scheduled departure, your reservation may be canceled and you will not be eligible for denied boarding compensation. Plan to be on the aircraft at least 10 minutes prior to departure.

  • Stay Close to the Boarding Area

  • Once you've checked in, stay in the boarding area for updated information regarding your flight.

  • Limit Your Carry-on Bags

  • Per recent FAA requirements, America West allows only one carry-on bag per person for domestic or international flights.

  • Tag Your Bags

  • Tag your bags inside and out with your name, address and contact phone number.

  • Dont Check Your Important Items

  • Keep an ample supply of personal items with you. Do not place the following items in your checked luggage: required medication, valuables, travel documents, keys and currency.

  • Have Photo ID Ready

  • All travelers 18 years and older must show a government-issued photo ID. Please have your photo ID available at check-in.
3. Frequently asked questions

  • Can I change my airline ticket at LLL Travel?

  • Passengers with paper tickets must contact a staff of LLL Travel at least 14 days prior to departure, in order to allow adequate time to mail the old tickets to the Customer Service Center, process the request and mail out new tickets. Before calling, please check the fare rules and restrictions for your ticket, so you will know if the ticket is refundable or nonrefundable, and what penalty fees may be associated with changing it.

  • National Airline cease operation, I have a National Airline ticket, what should I do?

  • You may contact your credit card company directly for a refund. National Airlines will not issue refunds. America West, Frontier Airlines, ATA, Alaska Air, US Airways, Spirit Airlines and US Airways say they will allow National Airlines customers who have confirmed paper or electronic tickets to fly standby, under the following conditions:
    1) You must travel on the day of your originally scheduled travel on National Airlines to and from the originally scheduled airports.
    2) You will be charged a $25 service fee based upon your itinerary.

  • If I plan to check luggage, may I fly standby on another flight?

  • Yes, but you must declare your intentions to fly standby BEFORE checking your bags. That's because airlines are required by law to make sure that each passenger and his/her bags are on the same flight.

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