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Worth it for the food alone…

Shanghai is an enchanting city with so many incredible side trips available via bullet train. With unmistakable cuisine, rich history and a tech driven future, it’s a destination unlike many on earth. Right now – flights from U.S. gateways to Shanghai are available starting at just $399 round trip on the most modern, state of the art planes available which offer jet lag reducing benefits. On a long flight, that can really come in handy. These deals won’t last long, so here’s how to get to Asia without breaking the bank…

The Deals

You’ll instantly notice the difference when you step on board a new Airbus A350 XWB or Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Better cabin pressure, fresher air and cool mood lighting transform the flying experience into something far better than you’re used to. Starting at just $390 round trip, you can jet off to Shanghai and explore one of the most culturally fascinating cities in the world. The very best deals are available from Los Angeles, New York, Washington DC, Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego with Hong Kong Airlines, United, Hainan and China Southern.

The Dates

The very best deals are available from September 2018 thru April 2019. Not every single date will be available, but we’ve made the deals easy to find and browse, thanks to the Google Flights and Momondo links below. Simply click over and play with dates to find something that works for you!

How To Book

These prices are absolutely amazing for long haul flights to the far side of the world. You’d be hard pressed to find better deals to New York, let alone China! Here are all the best round trip deals from each city, like: $396 from Los Angeles, $422 from San Francisco, $443 from Seattle, $472 from New York City, $470 from San Diego and $545 from Washington DC. East coast under $750 is incredible, so don’t hesitate if these are for you. Enjoy Shanghai. It’s the perfect stopping off point for exploring the best of China and beyond.

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