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Air China, a Star Alliance member, have very limited dates departing from New York City (JFK) to Tokyo Japan (NRT) for a round trip airfare of $538 on Expedia. This makes 1 stop and 1 of the stops may be long enough for you to see the layover city (Beijing).

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Departs JFK: Oct 25, 31; Nov 1, 7, 8, 14, 15
Returns: generally 7-day stay minimum

Use dates and book this on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling your hotel with airfare will save money.

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Do you think we will see this price for JAL or ANA in like a month or so? Trying to plan a vacation for the month of November.
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Even at this price, I am not sure if I would like to roaming around Beijing. Also, the transfer in Beijing is not too great unless it is in the same terminal.
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Even at this price, I am not sure if I would like to roaming around Beijing. Also, the transfer in Beijing is not too great unless it is in the same terminal.
No clue what you are talking about. Beijing is awesome. Also, it's pretty easy to switch terminals at Beijing airport. No clue what you are talking about there either.
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Even at this price, I am not sure if I would like to roaming around Beijing. Also, the transfer in Beijing is not too great unless it is in the same terminal.
All Air China flights, domestic and international, are in terminal 3 in PEK, and there is also an express hallway for connection to domestic flights.
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I checked yesterday, and it works in Thanksgiving week. I am not interested in flying with Air China though,
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How the Air china flight?
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How the Air china flight?
My brother in law flew with them once and at one point, the plane dipped all of a sudden like a roller coaster. People ejected out of their seats while screaming. Needless to say, he will never fly with them again and now afraid and can't sleep when he's flying. But general consensus is they are not up to the level of Japanese or Korean airlines.
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Do you think we will see this price for JAL or ANA in like a month or so? Trying to plan a vacation for the month of November.
i wouldnt count on it. they are mostly direct flights and when i flew JAL i bought them 8 months in advanced and when less seats are available the price goes up. but then again November is not as touristy. I did go in April, so it was a busy time even for them. and have fun. Beautiful country. Cannot wait to go back.
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My brother in law flew with them once and at one point, the plane dipped all of a sudden like a roller coaster. People ejected out of their seats while screaming. Needless to say, he will never fly with them again and now afraid and can't sleep when he's flying. But general consensus is they are not up to the level of Japanese or Korean airlines.
definitely could happen on any flight. not just Air China.



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Do you think we will see this price for JAL or ANA in like a month or so? Trying to plan a vacation for the month of November.
They have been out there for over 6 months, just use google flight..
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Even at this price, I am not sure if I would like to roaming around Beijing. Also, the transfer in Beijing is not too great unless it is in the same terminal.
Avoid Beijing at any cost. experience of my friends was very very bad.
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Soooo what are you guys doing in Japan once you're there? Maybe you can pick a Super Famicom Classic Edition for us.
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So who's going to go to Chinese consulate to apply for a visa just to visit Bejing during layover? Looks like it's not worth the trouble.
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So who's going to go to Chinese consulate to apply for a visa just to visit Bejing during layover? Looks like it's not worth the trouble.
Actually, non-US citizens usually go through much more trouble applying and renewing Visa just to visit the US.
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