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China Airlines 60th Anniversary Sale - Promotional Code to Save Up To $260 For Airfares To Asia From LAX ONT SFO JFK HNL YVR - Book by April 30, 2019

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China Airlines Celebrating 60th Anniversary. In celebration, take advantage of these great discounts of UP TO USD/CAD $260* from Los Angeles, Ontario California, San Francisco, New York, Honolulu, and Vancouver to ASIA!

China Airlines [china-airlines.com]
Enter Promotional Code: HAPPY60
Ticketing Period: 19APR ~ 30APR 2019
Travel Period: Exiting LAX/ONT/SFO/JFK/HNL - On/after 16JUL2019 (excluding 13DEC-24DEC 2019); Exiting YVR - On/after 15AUG 2019


Terms & Conditions
  1. Tickets are non-endorsable and non-transferable.
  2. Selected fares are subject to limited seat availability and might not be applicable on all flights and/or dates.
  3. Fares shown include all government taxes, fees and carrier-imposed surcharges.
  4. Promotional code HAPPY60 must be entered at the time of booking to receive discount.
  5. Subject promotion is not combinable with any current on-going promotions. (Ex. Birthday Discount, Credit Card promotion offer, and mileage redemption)
  6. Ticketing Period: 19APR~ 30APR 2019
  7. Travel Period:
  8. Exiting Los Angeles (LAX), Ontario California (ONT), San Francisco (SFO), New York (JFK), Honolulu (HNL): On/after 16JUL 2019 (Excluding 13DEC~ 24DEC 2019)
  9. Exiting Vancouver (YVR): On/after 15AUG 2019
  10. Applicable discounts: Premium Business USD/CAD 260, Premium Economy USD/CAD 160, and Economy USD/CAD 60.
  11. Promotion valid only for flights exiting Los Angeles(LAX), Ontario California (ONT), San Francisco (SFO), New York (JFK), Honolulu (HNL), and Vancouver (YVR) to Asia.
  12. Fares, taxes, fees, surcharges and rules are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the "Purchase Condition" before purchasing the ticket.
  13. Infant discount not applicable. Please contact local China Airlines Customer Service Call Center & ticketing offices for infant airfares and other infant related inquiries.
  14. Cancellation/Refund: Cancellations and refunds are permitted with a fee. A no-penalty 100% refund can be given if the refund application is made within 48 hours of purchase and the reservation was made one week or more prior to a flight's scheduled departure. Fares from Canada do not apply.
  15. Date/flight change fee: Permitted with applicable fees and fare difference. Please contact local China Airlines Customer Service Call Center & ticketing office for more information.
  16. Please refer "baggage and optional charges" for China Airlines' regulation on baggage allowance.
  17. Advertised fares are available for electronic ticket purchase at www.china-airlines.com only.
  18. Please refer to mileage rules for the flight mileage credit for each booking class code.


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In case you wonder, despite the word China in the name, it is solely Taiwanese.
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how about if we just concentrate on whether it is a good deal or not?
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which "Taiwanese" ? Smilie They are probably one of the very
few countries in the world that are know under many, many
different names. (depending on the person/entity you ask)
Off the top of my head, I can think of at least 8 names that
are used officially and unofficially. Also, depending on which
person you want to piss off, use the name accordingly. Smilie


"Taiwan"

"Republic of China"

"Republic of China (Taiwan)"

"Chinese Taipei"

"Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu"

"Republic of Taiwan"

"Taiwan, Province of China"

"Taiwan, China"
I already knew all the names that you have listed. But to people in the Western world (where we are now), you would be lucky to find ones that know the name Taiwan and how it is different/related to China mainland. So let's not confuse them and keep it simple as Taiwan for now.

To the other poster who said we should focus on discussing on how good the deal is, being Taiwanese or Chinese may make a deal good or bad because of the service quality and routes. This is Taiwanese so if there are transits, the majority stop in Taiwan. Taiwanese airports are different from Chinese airports.
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Nice deal OP .
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I already knew all the names that you have listed. But to people in the Western world (where we are now), you would be lucky to find ones that know the name Taiwan and how it is different/related to China mainland. So let's not confuse them and keep it simple as Taiwan for now.

To the other poster who said we should focus on discussing on how good the deal is, being Taiwanese or Chinese may make a deal good or bad because of the service quality and routes. This is Taiwanese so if there are transits, the majority stop in Taiwan. Taiwanese airports are different from Chinese airports.

I know people who confuse Taiwan with Thailand... and even heard people refer to it as "Thaiwan" Smilie
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I know people who confuse Taiwan with Thailand... and even heard people refer to it as "Thaiwan" Smilie
I get drunk on Taiwan Beer just as easily as Chang.
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I already knew all the names that you have listed. But to people in the Western world (where we are now), you would be lucky to find ones that know the name Taiwan and how it is different/related to China mainland. So let's not confuse them and keep it simple as Taiwan for now.

To the other poster who said we should focus on discussing on how good the deal is, being Taiwanese or Chinese may make a deal good or bad because of the service quality and routes. This is Taiwanese so if there are transits, the majority stop in Taiwan. Taiwanese airports are different from Chinese airports.
Thanks for the info, that was useful. repped ya!
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What blahbleh said is just a friendly reminder that someones may confuse airlines between the two countries, simply due to their names containing 'China'.

It doesn't appear to intentionally offend anyone in ways cultural, social, racial, political, emotional, psychological view, except those sensitive and idiosyncratic talents.
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If you ask anyone from Taiwan and they will tell you avoid this airline if you can. Terrible safety record...
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What blahbleh said is just a friendly reminder that someones may confuse airlines between the two countries, simply due to their names containing 'China'.

It doesn't appear to intentionally offend anyone in ways cultural, social, racial, political, emotional, psychological view, except those sensitive and idiosyncratic talents.
Thanks for chiming in.

I actually enjoy watching people being offended over nothing. They may even lose sleep at night and I don't feel a thing. Serves them right.
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Thanks for chiming in.

I actually enjoy watching people being offended over nothing. They may even lose sleep at night and I don't feel a thing. Serves them right.
No doubt, those folks are real talents.
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If you ask anyone from Taiwan and they will tell you avoid this airline if you can. Terrible safety record...
Eh, that was back then, they're just as safe as any other major airline out there now.

This is probably a better deal for premium/business class tickets. It's only $60 off economy tickets.
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