Deal Alert: East Coast / Midwest to Asia Flights for ~$600

Apr 27, 2015

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On the heels of cheap flight deals from the West Coast to Asia from ~$600 and the East Coast to Asia from $550, it looks like there are even more cheap flights to Asia available this spring, early summer and fall from New York, Charlotte, Miami, Chicago and more.

The easiest way to search for these flights is to head over to Google Flights or Orbitz, where you can enter your desired city pairs and dates to get a calendar view of prices.

Some sample flights we were able to find include:

Chicago to Beijing on American Airlines for $594.80 (earns 13,160 EQMs)

Chicago to Beijing for $594 round-trip on American.
Chicago to Beijing for $594 round-trip on American.

Miami to Beijing on American Airlines for $685.40 (earns 16,190 EQMs)

Miami to Beijing for $685 round-trip,
Miami to Beijing for $685 round-trip on American.

New York to Taipei on Korean Air for $658.70 (bookable on Orbitz)

New York to Seoul for $658 round-trip on Korean Air.
New York to Taipei for $658 round-trip on Korean Air.

Charlotte, NC to Beijing for $659 on Delta (earns 14,262 MQMs)

Head from Charlotte to Beijing for $659.
Head from Charlotte to Beijing for $659.

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In addition to booking directly through the airline’s site, you should be able to book most of these fares through Orbitz, as well.

Consider a stay at the Park Hyatt Beijing.
Consider a stay at the Park Hyatt Beijing.

For destination guides to Beijing and Taipei, check out these posts:

Destination of the Week: Beijing
The American Airlines Mistake-Fare Guide to Beijing
Destination of the Week: Taipei

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news and your travel plans in the comments below!

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