Apr042015

Airfare Deal EWR-TPE Taipei $529 United-ANA fall 2015 departures

New York-Newark NJ EWR-TPE Taipei, Taiwan is the second airport in Asia with airfare in the low $500s today for booking fall travel with September and October departure dates.

Loyalty Traveler – Airfare Deal EWR–SGN Vietnam $547 United (April 4, 2015).

After seeing a second Asia route from New York Newark EWR-TPE deal from AirfareWatchDog.com today, I checked to see how many cities in Asia are on sale? Those were the only two places I saw in the low $500s for fall 2015 travel. Hong Kong, Jakarta, Manila and Singapore were still in $700s. This is a good low fare all the way to Asia for a bit over $500 round trip. Delta is still priced around $790 to $850 on this route. Watch for other airlines matching.

Newark EWR – TPE Taipei, Taiwan flight can be routed EWR-San Francisco-TPE or via Tokyo, Japan NRT airport with EWR-NRT-TPE.

$529 fare is a United.com economy K class fare via Tokyo NRT EWR-NRT United operated segment and NRT-TPE ANA operated segment. All United operated segments via SFO is $544 low fare. Watch out for short transit times. Even though you can fly EWR-SFO-TPE on $544 fare, the fare is $200 higher to book the direct SFO-TPE on United.com.

New York/Newark NJ EWR – TPE Taipei, Taiwan

United.com $528.30

Thursday Sep 10 United Airlines EWR-NRT on Boeing 777-200 will be a brutal 14.0 hour, 6,732 mile flight in economy class; NRT-TPE Air Japan (ANA) on a Boeing 767-300 is only 1,356 miles and 3.5 hours.

Thursday Sep 24 United Airlines TPE-NRT Air Japan (ANA); NRT-EWR United Airlines on same aircraft types.

EWR-TPE United $529 fall2015

Is this a spreading discount trend for New York/New Jersey EWR on Asia routes? I’ll keep an eye out for more of these deals.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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