Airport Express, Beijing Subway - Gallery

Gallery

  • Beijing Airport Express
  • ¥25 fare card

  • Fare card showing sequence of stops

  • The Airport Express at Terminal 3

  • Bombardier MK II cars on the Airport Express.

  • Approach to Terminal 3

  • Entering Terminal 3.

  • Airport Express entrance at Terminal 2

  • Inside Airport Express train

  • Aboard the train.

  • Sanyuanqiao Station entrance

  • Airport Express platform at Sanyuanqiao Station

  • Dongzhimen Station platform

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