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New flights & offers from China Eastern Airlines

China Eastern Airlines currently offers daily service to China and Asia from 4 U.S. gateways: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Honolulu. Starting June 25 and going through August 18, 2014, the airline will increase their frequency of New York (JFK)-Shanghai (PVG) routes to 10 flights per week. The same route will also see the introduction of a new Boeing 777-300ER plane by the end of 2014, which will offer travelers all-new seats and the latest on-board amenities in all three cabins (first, business and economy). Finally, passengers booking China Eastern business class seats from New York to China and Asia via Shanghai will save up to 35 percent on travel starting June 26, 2014. With all these new offerings, travelers on China Eastern Airlines have many flight options and connections, making traveling to China and Asia even easier.

Boeing 777-300ER, China Eastern Airline

Boeing 777-300ER, China Eastern Airlines

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