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Air China's Spring Fares $499 RT USA-Asia - Flash Sale March 9-11

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Air China is having a Spring Fare Sale that's only available to purchase for a limited time (March 9-11) with limited seats. Round trip fares start from $499 from select US Cities to Asia. Sample destinations below (there are others as well)

Air China [airchina.us]
Book March 9-11, 2018
Travel March 9 thru April 30; Sept 1 thru Nov 30 (Blackout Oct 5-15)
Maximum Stay: 3 Months
San Jose (SJC) to Taipei / Tokyo / Osaka / Bangkok
Los Angeles (LAX) to Shanghai / Guangzhou / Hong Kong / Singapore
Washington D.C. (IAD) to Chongqing / Xi'an / Chiang Mai / Singapore
Houston (IAH) to Shanghai / Guangzhou / Hong Kong / Taipei
Hawaii to Fuzhou / Kunming / Xi'an / Tokyo
The fares shown are for all inclusive round-trip. Only a limited number of tickets are available. Act fast! The $499 special promotional offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotions. The special promotional tickets are non-refundable. You cannot earn mileage with special promotional offer. The 10% discount is applicable to child and infant tickets.

Unfortunately, their website is not the easiest to use but it looks like that's the only area you can get travel availability from. Google flights won't pull up Air China. Once in Air China's site, plug in destination & dates, it will pull up a calendar view (see one of the image below) and when you get the hang of it, it will be worth the savings. Once you find available dates, you may either book directly with Air China [airchina.us] or Orbitz [orbitz.com].

My samples below shows SJC-TPE for less than $499 RT. However, it is a 34 hour flight only because the layover in Shanghai is 21 hours long, both ways. Two trips in one if you have the time.

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Flew Air China once. I was scared af.
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Flew Air China once. I was scared af.
Why were there hijackers on board?
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the best airline ever
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I wouldn't fly Air China if it were free. Good luck if you choose to!
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Cheaping out on a long distance flight is one of the worst things you can do. Learn from experience and you'll know that the time and stress spent is simply not worth the money "saved". Just pay the extra $200 and fly Cathay non stop or something. Think about the food, comfort, cleanliness, time AND type of people for those flights vs. a higher tier.
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Something about the title just doesn't seem right
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Because Made in China.
Boeing is made in China now? Did we cede Seattle to them?
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Boeing is made in China now? Did we cede Seattle to them?
most Boeing parts are made in China , it may be assembled in Seattle
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most Boeing parts are made in China , it may be assembled in Seattle
LOL. Are you saying that China has taken over all of the US then? Since 70% of the parts in say a Dreamliner are made in the US. The next biggest supplier is Canada. The overseas suppliers are Japan, Italy, Korea, Germany, the United Kingdom, Sweden and France. Not a China to be found in that list.
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hard sell if you can't earn miles on this promotion.
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