The flights will be flown every Tuesday from Aug. 4 to Oct. 24 for the time being.
Throughout the current situation, Chinese airline China Southern continued flying its Airbus A380s between Guangzhou and London Heathrow.
It will enable the city to welcome 35 million arrivals by 2025.
The airport has handled about 100,000 passengers a day since July 10, over 80 percent of its usual capacity.
China's aviation industry has been recovering faster than most countries emerging from the COVID lockdowns.
There will be a need for both hubs and opportunities for those longer and thinner routes.
Incoming international flights to Beijing have to land at one of 16 designated airports, where passengers are screened.
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