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New York to Bangkok or Phuket Thailand $383-$393 RT Airfares on China Southern Airlines (Travel January-March 2020)

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China Southern Airlines, a Skytrax certified-rated 4 out of 5 stars airline, via Skyscanner have round trip airfares travelling from New York (JFK) to Bangkok (BKK) or Phuket Thailand (HKT) for $383-$433, making 1 stop.

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Departs JFK-BKK: January 22-30; Feb 1-7, 10-16, 18-29; March 1-31
Departs JFK-HKT: January 22-30; Feb 2, 4-5, 7, 11-13, 23-26, 28-29; March 1, 3-11, 13-15, 17-28, 30-31
Returns: wide and great availability thru April 22, 2020
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I dont know how true this is but if you pass through China even in transit, your passport will be scan and you will be finger printed. Is that normal?
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I dont know how true this is but if you pass through China even in transit, your passport will be scan and you will be finger printed. Is that normal?
where did you hear this from?
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I dont know how true this is but if you pass through China even in transit, your passport will be scan and you will be finger printed. Is that normal?
I dont know how true this is but if you read too many stupid as **** posts, you will get cancer. Is that normal?
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phuket! prices are cheap enough i may just go
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I dont know how true this is but if you pass through China even in transit, your passport will be scan and you will be finger printed. Is that normal?
You have to do that in most of the world. Transiting through the US you not only have to show your passport and get fingerprinted, you will have to have a visa if you aren't part of the visa free program. Yes, even if you are arriving on plane a and departing on plane b 30 minutes later, the US requires a visa. Just be glad that China only wants a look at your passport and boarding pass.

PS; How much you have to do depends on your ticket. If it's a straight through on the same airline in the same terminal, minimal hassle. There's even a special portal for direct transfers. If the connecting flight is on another airline in the other terminal, then you need to check into China and then check back out of China at the other terminal. Chinese airports are HUGE. What they call a "terminal" in China would be considered a completely separate airport in the US.
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where did you hear this from?
Read my post above this. It's common practice all over the world for an "immigration" check of some sort for all incoming international flights. Think about it. What's a better place to do it than when someone gets off the plane. Anyone that's flown internationally should be well familiar with this. Even little Costa Rica makes you do it. In the scheme of things, the way China does it is pretty light. It's nowhere as bad as how the US does it.
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China Eastern has better flights though for only about $10.00 more.
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Do these airlines allow a single passenger to book 2 seats? At this price, i would recommend doing that since the seats are very small, but its worth twice the price for an extra seat space on a long haul flight.
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this deal had 19 thumbs-up when it was slightly higher. Huh mind-boggling.
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