Air China is Selling Round Trip Fares to Asia for $399

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Air China is Selling Round Trip Fares to Asia for $399

Air China has a weekend special with discounts on several of its routes to Asia. You can fly from several cities in the West Coast and even NYC for just $399 round trip.

The Offer

Book by 9/16 and travel from September 2018, until April 2019. Here’s the advertised discounted fares for this Air China sale:

New York/Newark Shanghai / Guangzhou / Shenyang / Wuhan / Hangzhou from $399
San Francisco Guangzhou / Shanghai / Chengdu / Wuhan / Hefei from $399
Houston Fuzhou / Wenzhou / WuhanDelhi / Mumbai from $399
Washington,D.C. Shanghai / Guangzhou / Xiamen / Fuzhou / Hong Kong from $399
Los Angeles Shenyang / Qingdao / Chongqing / Xi’an / Kunming from $399
Hawaii Qingdao / Chongqing / Shenzhen from $399

Plus you can get 8% off on all other routes from the US to Asia!

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Key Terms

  • Travel period: February 25- May 09, 2019 (Must return by Jun 30, 2019).
  • The fares shown are for all inclusive round-trip.
  • Only a limited number of tickets are available.
  • Special Economy class promotional offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions.
  • The special promotional tickets are non-refundable.
  • You cannot earn mileage with our special promotional offer.

Conclusion

Availability will vary depending on the route, but $399 is probably as cheap as you will find for round trip fares to Asia, especially from NYC. If you’re interested check your preferred route sooner than later so you have more choices.

Keep in mind that these are long flights and you’ll be flying in Economy. Also these special promotional tickets are non-refundable.

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1 COMMENT

  1. With the U.S.-China relationship on the rocks and on the outs, it’s no surprise that airlines are cutting fares and point rewards to try and boost demand for those routes. I imagine those planes are fairly empty right now.

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