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Air Canada Roundtrip Flight: Various U.S. Cities to Taipei, Taiwan (TPE)

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Air Canada offers Roundtrip Flights from various U.S. Cities to Taipei, Taiwan (TPE) starting from $520. Book on Expedia, Priceline, or Orbitz for travel from January to June. Thanks serra

Note, to find the lowest fare for your preferred dates follow the steps below.

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  3. Use those dates and book on Expedia (usually $1 less), Priceline, Orbitz, or directly with the airline
Travel from (prices may fluctuate):
  • Atlanta (ATL) from $527
  • Boston (BOS) from $520
  • Charlotte (CLT) from $549
  • Chicago (ORD) from $531
  • Cincinnati (CVG) from $528
  • Cleveland (CLE) from $527
  • Columbus (CMH) from $551
  • Dallas (DFW) from $521
  • Denver (DEN) from $521
  • Detroit (DTW) from $551
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL) from $565
  • Fort Myers (RSW) from $555
  • Hartford (BDL) from $543
  • Honolulu (HNL) from $543
  • Houston (IAH) from $544
  • Indianapolis (IND) from $559
  • Kansas City (MCI) from $551
  • Las Vegas (LAS) from $521
  • Los Angeles (LAX) from $547
  • Maui (OGG) from $543
  • Miami (MIA) from $524
  • Milwaukee (MKE) from $551
  • Minneapolis (MSP) from $527
  • New Orleans (MSY) from $566
  • New York City (EWR) from $529
  • New York City (LGA) from $551
  • Orlando (MCO) from $521
  • Pittsburgh (PIT) from $527
  • Philadelphia (PHL) from $532
  • Phoenix (PHX) from $520
  • Portland (PDX) from $520
  • Raleigh (RDU) from $551
  • San Diego (SAN) from $544
  • San Francisco (SFO) from $521
  • San Jose (SJC) from $520
  • Sarasota (SRQ) from $570
  • Seattle (SEA) from $521
  • St. Louis (STL) from $551
  • Syracuse (SYR) from $551
  • Tampa (TPA) from $555
  • Washington DC (BWI) from $528
  • Washington DC (DCA) from $524
  • Washington DC (IAD) from $524
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Edited January 11, 2018 at 04:41 PM by cricket702
Courtesy of Scotts Cheap Flights. This is on Air Canada for travel in the next several months.

Quote :
Atlanta (ATL) - $527
Boston (BOS) - $520
Charlotte (CLT) - $549
Chicago (ORD) - $531
Cincinnati (CVG) - $528
Cleveland (CLE) - $527
Columbus (CMH) - $551
Dallas (DFW) - $521
Denver (DEN) - $521
Detroit (DTW) - $551
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $565
Fort Myers (RSW) - $555
Hartford (BDL) - $543
Honolulu (HNL) - $543
Houston (IAH) - $544
Indianapolis (IND) - $559
Kansas City (MCI) - $551
Las Vegas (LAS) - $521
Los Angeles (LAX) - $547
Maui (OGG) - $543
Miami (MIA) - $524
Milwaukee (MKE) - $551
Minneapolis (MSP) - $527
New Orleans (MSY) - $566
New York City (EWR) - $529
New York City (LGA) - $551
Orlando (MCO) - $521
Pittsburgh (PIT) - $527
Philadelphia (PHL) - $532
Phoenix (PHX) - $520
Portland (PDX) - $520
Raleigh (RDU) - $551
San Diego (SAN) - $544
San Francisco (SFO) - $521
San Jose (SJC) - $520
Sarasota (SRQ) - $570
Seattle (SEA) - $521
St. Louis (STL) - $551
Syracuse (SYR) - $551
Tampa (TPA) - $555
Washington DC (BWI) - $528
Washington DC (DCA) - $524
Washington DC (IAD) - $524
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights

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I just returned 2 days ago on a flight from TPE-YVR on their 787-9. Flight was quite full. I had some business in CN and noticed this option for the return thru Taipei. Originated out of PDX on a Q800 Air Jazz RJ.

Air Can looks like they contracted with Eva Air and used their ticket and gate agents at TPE. My return from TPE to YVR seemed to be a codeshare with EVA Air on Air Canada metal. They had an AC customer service agent assisting at the head of the line. She spoke near perfect English. They had several Mandarin speaking flight attendants on this flight one who was a Taiwanese Canadian transplant gave excellent customer service. My flight out of TPE was about an hour behind schedule due to the incoming plane being severely delayed by WX and high winds. It cut my YVR connection down to 30 minutes but I raced through security and customs to chase down the connector. The Taiwanese/CAN FA was very accommodating at helping me relocate my luggage towards the front so I could work my way off the plane towards the front.

I would wholeheartedly recommend this at this price. Economy on this 787-9 is 3x3. Each meal presented a Asian style & western style option (teriyaki chicken rice or beef pasta), teriyaki pork, etc. They even had a breakfast option of congee or egg/sausage/potato meal.

With the new MRT out of TPE to the Taipei main station (35 min ride for ~ $5usd) I would take another trip at this rate if I had more time. Taipei is foodie mecca.

Small gripe was that there was no wifi on this flight. They spoke French, English, Mandarin, and Cantonese on the flight.

I attached some pics of the plane food and the ticket counter at TPE. Also a pic of Wilbeck, my favorite 3rd wave coffee shop that roasts their own small batch coffee in shop. $2 for a straight craft latte.
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Woah, Cincinnati even. Thanks!
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round trip ? op may want to specify each is one way nod
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any experience with Air Canada? food? seats? Don't think they have direct flights from SF.

I usually enjoy using Eva. If there is a minor price difference, I would still stick with Eva.
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any experience with Air Canada? food? seats? Don't think they have direct flights from SF.

I usually enjoy using Eva. If there is a minor price difference, I would still stick with Eva.
Can you please share your experience with Eva? Are they cheaper? Any recommendation towards baggage fees and best sites to book Eva flights? Sorry too many questions...
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round trip ? op may want to specify each is one way nod
Nah, that's implied in any flight deal posted. It's one way deals that need to be specified.
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any experience with Air Canada? food? seats? Don't think they have direct flights from SF.

I usually enjoy using Eva. If there is a minor price difference, I would still stick with Eva.
Air Canada has terrible customer service in my experience. They're only okay at best if there aren't any issues with your flight, plane, etc. that require anyone to help you.

I'm 6'3", the leg room was standard (my knees hit the seat, under the seat storage was big, and the entertainment selection was okay. The screens are dated and show it, don't forget your headphones or they'll charge you for a pair.
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Are those prices valid around Taiwanese New Year?
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Do all of these involve transiting through Canada, or are there AC-marketed codeshare flights also on sale?
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any experience with Air Canada? food? seats? Don't think they have direct flights from SF.

I usually enjoy using Eva. If there is a minor price difference, I would still stick with Eva.

Flew Air Canada once last year, in Economy; before, flew EVA/China Airlines my entire life, and recently flew Singapore a few weeks ago. Experience didn't measure up at all. Customer service (as noted by others) was abysmal. There was a very sweet lady who was vegetarian (probably for religious reasons) who ended up not getting the meal she reserved. Flight attendant was very short when responding. She went hungry for her flight until her neighbor offered her fruit. In-flight movie offerings were slim, and the meals were sub-par.

I would say Singapore was best by far, EVA/China Airlines a decent second. Only selling point of Air Canada is they fly out from smaller Midwest airports, meaning you don't need to spend additional cash flying to a larger regional airport.
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Can you please share your experience with Eva? Are they cheaper? Any recommendation towards baggage fees and best sites to book Eva flights? Sorry too many questions...
I've flown EVA Air (Recently found out that its said as E.V.A. Air) three time with a forth coming up later this month and Delta for international flights. Delta was good but I've never had a bad experience with EVA.
For these being one way flights, these prices are terrible. I'm going to the Philippines from JFK for $630 RT
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For these being one way flights, these prices are terrible. I'm going to the Philippines from JFK for $630 RT

These appear to be roundtrip rates... at least the ones I've seen from Dallas to Taipei
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i want visit Taiwan in future
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Good price! Still expensive around Chinese New Year of course but avoiding CNY I'm seeing $550 or so.

Night market hype!
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