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Air China Inner Mongolia (CNM) seat map listing

Air China Inner Mongolia is a state owned regional carrier based at Hohhot Baita International Airport. The airline was set up in 2013 and is jointly owned by Air China and the Inner Mongolia Capital Management. The airline operates an all Boeing 737 fleet configured in a two class configuration. Some 19 destinations are served throughout China. The airline's livery is very similar to that of partner airline Air China.

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Check in rules

Air China Inner Mongolia adheres to the standard check-in procedures utilized by Air China, the parent company. Passengers can check in online through the Air China website or mobile app 24 to 48 hours before departure. This allows seat selection, saving time at the airport. Self-service kiosks are available at many airports, allowing passengers to check in, print boarding passes, and, in some cases, even tag their baggage. Traditional check-in counters are available for passengers who prefer human assistance or have specific needs such as checking in oversized luggage or requesting special services. Passengers can present their identification and any required travel documents to the airline staff. Air China Inner Mongolia has specific check-in deadlines, typically requiring passengers to check in at least 1 hour before domestic flights and 2-3 hours before international flights. It's advisable to check the exact requirements for your specific flight.

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Air China Inner Mongolia would likely follow the baggage allowance policies of Air China, its parent company. However, please note that baggage allowances can vary by route, fare class, and loyalty program status, and they may have changed since my last update. Economy Class Typically 1 piece, not exceeding 5 kg (11 lbs), with dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20 cm. Business and First Class usually 1 or 2 pieces, each not exceeding 8 kg (17 lbs), with the same dimension restrictions. Checked Baggage: up to 20 kg (44 lbs) in Economy and up to 30 kg (66 lbs) in Business

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Unaccompanied minors

Air China Inner Mongolia, as part of the Air China network, would likely adhere to similar policies for Unaccompanied Minors (UM) as those set by Air China. Unaccompanied minors are typically children aged between 5 and 12 who are traveling without a parent or legal guardian. Special arrangements usually need to be made at the time of booking, and additional documentation may be required. There may be additional fees for the UM service, providing supervision from departure to arrival. Some routes or flights might have restrictions or limitations regarding UM travel. Specific procedures may be in place for the check-in and pick-up of unaccompanied minors, including the provision of contact information for the person collecting the child.

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Infant policy is set by Air China. Infants are generally defined as children under the age of 2. Infants may usually travel on the lap of an adult passenger, often free of charge on domestic flights or with a reduced fare on international flights. If a separate seat is purchased for an infant, appropriate child safety seats may be used, and specific guidelines would apply. There may be special allowances for baby essentials, such as strollers, diaper bags, or car seats. Some flights might provide amenities like bassinets, though availability might be limited, and advance reservation may be required. Proper identification, consent forms, and other legal documents may be required for both UMs and infants. If special assistance or arrangements are needed, contacting the airline in advance is usually essential.

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Air China Inner Mongolia would likely adhere to the broader pet and animal transportation policies set by Air China, its parent company. In-Cabin Pet Travel: Some small pets like dogs, cats, and birds might be allowed in the cabin, depending on the flight and destination. Pets must usually be placed in a secure, ventilated, leak-proof carrier that fits under the seat. There may be weight limitations for both the pet and carrier, often around 5-8 kg combined. Specific documentation, such as health certificates or vaccination records, might be required. Checked Pet Travel: Larger pets or those not meeting in-cabin requirements may be transported in the cargo hold. Service animals assisting individuals with disabilities might be allowed in the cabin with proper documentation. Certain breeds of dogs and cats known for their brachycephalic (short-nosed) features might face travel restrictions due to respiratory concerns. Proper identification, including tags and microchips, is advised. Ensuring that the pet is comfortable, well-fed, and hydrated before travel is essential, as is familiarizing them with Air China Inner Mongolia.

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