Jul032015

USA to Asia has many low fare routes today

After spending the past few days traveling, I settled down in Copenhagen today.  My search of Google Flights shows several cities in Asia have low fares, some of the lowest I have seen in months.

Typically, I focus on low fares from California. Some of the deals I see today from Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Jose are some of the lowest fares I have seen in several months for travel to India, Singapore, Bangkok and several cities in China.

Delta, United, Air China (Star Alliance), China Airlines (SkyTeam), China Eastern (SkyTeam), Hainan Airlines (Oneworld) are among the carriers offering low fare deals for travel From September to November and December on several routes. Many of these deals are also available from other airports around the USA.

Rather than select a few specific routes to write about in separate posts, this post is to put out a general fare alert for travelers seeking low fares to various places in Asia and India. Here are fares I found quickly in searches today from several cities in the USA.

$712 Los Angeles – New Delhi DEL China Eastern (no miles)

$601 Los Angeles – Bangkok BKK China Airlines

$576 San Jose – Guanghzou CAN Hainan Airlines

$642 San Jose – Shanghai PVG Hainan Airlines

$761 New York JFK – Shanghai PVG China Southern

$748 New York JFK – Singapore SIN Delta

$757 New York JFK – Singapore SIN United

$667 New York JFK – Taipei TPE Air China

$700 Chicago ORD – Ho Chi Minh City SGN Vietnam Korean Air

These fares were found through Google Flights Friday morning to noontime USA time. These are all September dates, although most routes I checked offer these low fares for select dates from September to November or December 2015.

Enjoy the fare hunts. I am off to explore Copenhagen at 8pm on a sunny summer Friday night. The daylight still has about three more hours here.

Enjoy your Fourth of July.

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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Comments

  1. @Eric C. You are correct. Per AA’s website, Hainan is a codeshare partner (like Hawaiian and Alaska), not a member of OW.

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