New and Increased Air Routes to China

With the popularity of travel to China continuing to grow, many airlines in both the U.S. and China are adding new flights between the two countries. American Airlines, for instance, has just launched new routes to Shanghai from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and United added a new route from San Francisco to the Chinese city of Chengdu. Dulles Airport, servicing the Washington, D.C. area, welcomed its first Air China flight from Beijing this week, with non-stop service between the two cities. Hainan Airlines will also be connecting Boston to Beijing, with new direct flights four times a week and going to daily flights from July 21 through August, which is peak travel season to China. Hainan plans to add a route from Newark International Airport to Beijing later this year, to join their current routes from Boston, Seattle and Chiago. With all these new routes to China, getting there is even more convenient.

Air China Boeing 777-300ER

Air China Boeing 777-300ER

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