Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at NT$4,000 for one-way flights and NT$7,096 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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With strict COVID-19 precautions in effect, travel looks a lot different right now. These are some helpful things to know before you pack your suitcase for China:
Know the rules and restrictions in both your origin and destination. It may not be possible to travel depending on local circumstances, so don’t forget to check before you book your flight.
Wear a face mask during airport screening. A TSA employee will ask you to adjust your mask to verify your identity.
Do not hand your boarding pass (electronic or paper) directly to a TSA officer. Rather, place your pass on the scanner and then hold it up for inspection.
TSA is now allowing passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on bags. This will need to be removed from your bag and submitted for screening.
To reduce handling during the screening process, place items such as your phone, keys and wallet into your carry-on instead of the bins.
Transport your food items in a clear plastic bag and also put them in a screening bin. Separating food from your carry-on makes it less likely that a TSA officer will need to touch and open your bag for inspection.
One of the best ways to get your hands on cheap tickets to China is to be flexible with your travel dates. Search for your flights, then click “flexible dates” above the results. It will bring up the cheapest prices for nearby days. The lowest price for a flight to China in the last seven days was NT$7,096. Booking well in advance will generally help you score an even bigger bargain.
In the last seven days, return flights to China sold from just NT$7,096 and reached a maximum cost of NT$15,152. For one-way trips out of Taipei (TPE), the lowest price during this time was NT$4,000.
Choosing the best airport comes down to factors including which city you wish to visit. Here are your two options in China:
Pudong Intl. Airport (PVG) - 8 flights per month.
Baiyun Intl. Airport (CAN) - 8 flights per month.
Take off to China early in the week and you’ll usually be rewarded with more affordable fares. Tuesday is typically the cheapest day to jump on a plane, followed by Monday. If you’d like to avoid the priciest flights, keep clear of Saturdays.
Plane tickets to China ranged from NT$7,096 to NT$15,152 in the last seven days. Normally, the quicker you book the bigger the bargain.
Overflowing with character and cultural allure, Beijing is a fantastic base to start your China trip. Tour well-known attractions like Great Wall of China, hit up the stores or wine and dine your way around some of this city’s fabulous eateries. The choice is yours!
When choosing what type of clothes to pack for your getaway, bear in mind that Beijing has a humid continental climate. To give you a clearer idea of what to expect when you’re there, check out the weather forecast before you depart.
When you want to discover more of this fantastic region, book one of our affordable car rentals and make your way to Guangzhou. It’s about 1,850 kilometers to the south of Beijing and is also home to notable tourist sights, including Lotus Mountain.
If you want to see China’s main city when it’s at its liveliest, set off for Beijing sometime in . Similar to most places in the Northern Hemisphere, summer here begins June 20, with temperatures ranging between 70 ºF (20 ºC) and 90 ºF (35 ºC).
To pick up an awesome deal to China, book during February when airfares are at their cheapest. What time of year is expensive? In the United States, it’s the festive month of December.
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