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Air China Commences Honolulu Service

Air China is further bolstering its flights to Beijing from the U.S., making getting to China for North America even more convenient. The first regularly scheduled, nonstop Air China flight from Beijing to Honolulu commenced on January 21, 2014 and will continue to operate three times a week (arriving in Honolulu on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays).

Air China also announced that it will increase the frequency of its Beijing-Houston flight to daily occurrences starting in March. The Beijing-Houston route was launched eight months ago and ran four times a week, but has been so successful that the route will now be increased to run every day.

The Houston and Honolulu routes join Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Vancouver as Air China’s North America destinations. Washington, DC is slated to be the next U.S. destination for the carrier.

 

Air China Commences Honolulu Service. ( Credit: Dennis Wu)

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