Health experts have accused Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) of going backward, after pressure from passengers forced it to reopen a number of smoking lounges it had closed in June.

The airport’s smoke-free rule raised strong objections from smokers, who complained vociferously to the airport’s hotline and via microblogs, according to the airport’s press office yesterday.

During the holiday season when many of us get on airplanes to visit family, start complaining and do it loudly. It works. Demand smoking lounges!



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