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The cheapest flights often mean a connection. Long layovers can be a drag if you don’t have access to an airline lounge like The Pier or the Star Alliance First Class lounge. But you’re in luck because some airlines like Air Canada, Etihad, and Thai Airlines offer a free hotel during layovers. You can get up to two free nights when you fly on Etihad. Say goodbye to sleeping in the airport. Keep reading to learn which airlines give you a free hotel room for a night or two.

Buy a Ticket on These Airlines, Get a Free Hotel Room

You can get free airport lounge access from certain credit cards, having top-tier elite status with an airline, buying a first Class or Business Class ticket, or having a Priority Pass membership.

Not all airports have a lounge. Or your flight arrives after the lounge has closed. So what should you do?

Spending the night in the airport is not fun. Been there, done that. Need to finish that blog post.

Side note: I had a blast because I was traveling with a friend. But if you’re traveling solo (as I normally do), it would not have been fun.

Having somewhere to sleep for a few hours or just relax, eat, and take a shower can mean a world of difference. It did for me when I went to Sri Lanka. Even though I didn’t use the bed, being able to shower and get some food was a big win.

That’s why booking a flight with airlines who offer Stopover Paid by Carrier (STPC) hotels can save you money when you travel.

But not all airlines offer a free hotel on long layovers. Here’s the ultimate guide on which airlines give you a free hotel when you book a flight.

 1.  Air Canada

Air Canada offers a free hotel for connections of 6 hours or more.
Photo courtesy: Air Canada

Air Canada offers a free hotel night when your connection is over 6 hours through The Air Canada Stopover program when:

  • Your flight is to a destination outside the US and Canada and connects through Montreal, Toronto, or Vancouver
  • Tickets are booked on the AirCanada website
  • Purchased 96 hours prior to departure
  • You book a Business Class, Premium Economy or Latitude ticket

If you book a Flex or Tango ticket, you can get a discounted hotel for $49.

You can book your stopover hotel from a list of participating hotels using Air Canada’s Hotel Stopover Access website.

Note: Like Las Vegas, you have to be 21 years or older to check-in at most Canadian hotels.

Pro-tip: You can get a free hotel on both the outbound and return flight.

Pro-tip: If your connection is under six hours and the change fees are not that expensive, consider changing your flight to one with a longer connection for the free hotel.

The free hotel is offered on round-trip and one-way flights.

If your connection is less than six hours, you get free access to the Maple Leaf Lounge.

Read: Air Canada reviews on TripAdvisor

Read: How to fly free for two years

2.  Air China

A free transit hotel is available on connection of less than 24 hours when flying Air China.
Photo courtesy: bye angel on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

You can get a free hotel when you fly on Air China if your connection is less than 24 hours if your flight connects through:

  • Beijing
  • Chengdu
  • Dalian
  • Hangzhou
  • Shanghai

Only PhoenixMiles Platinum members can choose their hotel. But that’s okay because you’re a free stay in China!

Bonus: Free transportation between the hotel and airport is included and free breakfast.

Pro-tip: Book your hotel when you book your ticket.

Pro-tip: In Beijing, go to the Air China transit service counter facing Exit B on Floor 2 of Terminal 3. If you arrive after 2 am, call Air China’€™s sales service hotline + 86 10 95583 to arrange transportation.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Air China

3.  Asiana Airlines

Get a free night hotel in Seoul when you fly Asiana Airlines.
Photo courtesy of Asiana Airlines

Asiana Airlines provides one-night free hotel accommodation in Seoul on round-trip tickets if there is not an available onward connection.

Pro-tip: You have to request your free hotel when you book your tickets.

Pro-tip: Reconfirm your hotel several days before your flight AND when you check-in at the airport.

Pro-tip: In Seoul, go to the Asiana customer service desk in the Arrivals Hall.

You can read other people’s experiences with the Asiana Airlines’ free hotel stopover on TripAdvisor.

Read: Reviews of Asian Airlines on TripAdvisor

4.  China Eastern Airlines

Get a free night in Shanghai when you fly China Eastern.
Photo courtesy: Kiefer on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

When you book your ticket on the China Eastern Airlines UK website, you get a free night hotel if there are no same day connecting flights available and your flight connects through Shanghai.

Only 1 free night is offered regardless if you have book a round-trip ticket.

You have to apply for your transit hotel at least 5 business days prior to departure.

Bonus: Free round-trip transportation between the airport and hotel is included.

China Eastern used to offer a free hotel with connections in Kunming, Xi’an and Shanghai for tickets booked through the Hong Kong website. Although the offer officially ended, it doesn’t hurt to ask.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of China Eastern Airline

Read: How to get free breakfast at hotels

5.  China Southern Airlines

Free Guangzhou hotel when you fly China Southern Airlines.
Photo courtesy: Noel Jones on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

Tickets bought on China Southern Airlines and international code share flights get a free hotel in Guangzhou on layovers of 8 to 48 hours.

Book your stopover hotel using the China Southern Transit Accommodation website from 180 days up to 24 hours prior to departure.

You can choose from a grade A hotel if:

  • The international portion of your flight is in First Class or Business Class
  • You are a Sky Pearl Gold member
  • You are a Skyteam Elite Plus member
  • The domestic portion of your flight is in First Class or Business Class

Grade B hotels are provided for:

  • International coach tickets
  • International and domestic flights where the domestic portion is in First Class or Business Class
  • Sky Pearl Silver members
  • Skyteam Elite members

Everyone else gets a Grade C or D hotel.

Bonus: Free round-trip transportation and free breakfast are included.

Note: If you’re having trouble booking your hotel, call +86 20 8612 4008 or email

Pro-tip: Upon arrival in Guangzhou, go to CZ transit accommodation service counter at No.20 gate on the first floor of the Terminal.

Pro-tip: International transfer passengers should get an entry permit from Chinese immigration.

Read: Reviews of China Southern Airlines on TripAdvisor

6.  Egypt Air

Fly on Egypt Air, get a free hotel on 6 hour layovers.
Photo courtesy: Sergey Kustov on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 3.0

According to Flyertalk and TripAdvisor, flights booked on Egypt Air with a layover of more than 6 hours, get a free hotel stay.

Pro-tip: If you aren’t using a travel agent, call the Egyptian office of Egypt Air to book your hotel. Or email

Read: Egypt Air reviews on TripAdvisor

7.  Emirates

Dubai layovers of 6 hours or more get a free hotel when flying Emirates.
Photo courtesy: Julian Herzog on Wikipedia under CC BY 4.0

You get a free hotel in Dubai on layovers of 6 to 24 hours (8 to 24 hours for coach passengers) when you book a flight on Emirates through their Dubai Connect program.

Book your room when you book your ticket or on the Emirates website though the Manage My Booking tab.

Bonus: Free round-trip transportation, meals, accommodations, and any UAE visa costs are included.

Note: Your ticket must be valued at $1,000 or more.

I like how it says valued. Leave a comment if you got the free hotel on a First Class or Business Class award ticket. Because the value is definitely greater than $1,000. I haven’t flown on Emirates…yet.

Pro-tip: You have to book your room at least 24 hours prior to your flight.

Free hotels might be offered in other circumstances. You can check to see if you’re eligible for the free hotel if the Dubai Connect link is clickable when you log into your booking.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Emirates 

8.  Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines give you a free hotel in Addis Abeba when your layover is between 8 to 24 hours.

Pro-tip: You need an entry visa. US Citizens can get a visa on arrival. 🙂

Free round-trip transportation and transit visa are included.

Read: Ethiopian Airlines reviews on TripAdvisor

9.  Etihad Airways

Photo courtesy: Richard Vandervord on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 4.0
Photo courtesy: Richard Vandervord on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 4.0

You can get the second night free in Abu Dhabi when you fly round-trip on Etihad Airways through the Abu Dhabi Stopover program.

Fly First Class on Etihad Airways and get two free nights hotel accommodations (one night free for Business Class) in Abu Dhabi or Dubai:

A maximum of two nights free accommodations are provided for each reservation. Additional nights can be booked at the coach passenger price.

If you’re flying in coach you get the second night free when you pay for the first nightDiscounted hotel rates start at $37 per person.

Note: You have to be 21 years or older to check-in at hotels in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Note: Blackout dates apply.

Pro-tip: Book your hotel through your travel agent or online using the Hotel Booking form at least 3 days prior to arrival.

Pro-tip: Only a 6 to 12 hour connection in Abu Dhabi? You can book a Golf Transit Stopover Package. Choice of a round of golf (including clubs) or a day at the pool for $40.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Etihad Airways

10.  Gulf Air

Gulf Air gives you a free hotel in Bahrain if:

  • Your layover is 8 hours or more and no connecting flight is available
  • You’re flying round-trip on Gulf Air (or a Gulf Air codeshare flight)
  • Ticketed in J, C, D, Y, H, M, or L class

If you’re flying in I, P, B, K, X, Q, V, E, O, N, S, W, T, G class, you can book a hotel for $55 per person. $30 per child between 2 to 12 years old.

Pro-tip: You have to get a voucher from Gulf Air before you arrive in Bahrain.

Pro-tip: You’ll be charged $80 per person for a hotel if you wait until you get Bahrain. So get your voucher in advance!

Falcon Gold members booked in J, C, D, I, P who are refused entry by Bahrain immigration will get a meal voucher and can use the Falcon Lounge.

Unless you’re flying in J, C, D, Y, H, M, or L, free hotels are not offered for flights between the Indian sub-continent and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The GCC includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. Falcon Gold members flying this route will get a meal voucher and access to the Falcon Lounge. While coach passengers get a meal voucher.

Read: Reviews of Gulf Air on TripAdvisor

11.  Japan Airlines

Overnight layovers in Japan get a free hotel.
Photo courtesy: Sergey Kustov on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 3.0

You can get a free hotel when you fly  on Japan Airlines if:

  • You are flying internationally (code-share flights not applicable)
  • A round-trip ticket is purchased
  • Your connection must be within 24 hours

Pro-tip: You have to book your hotel at last one day prior to arrival

Pro-tip: Book through a travel agent. Or contact Japan Airlines in advance to book your free hotel. Ask for the Layover Service (LOPK).

A day use room is available if your connection is longer than 10 hours and your plane arrives at or before 10 am and departs after 8 pm the same day.

Pro-tip: Confirm your hotel at last one day prior to arrival.

Read: Japan Airlines reviews on TripAdvisor

12.  Korean Air

Korean Air offers free transit hotels.
Photo courtesy: Smirne76 on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

When you fly Korean Air you can get a free hotel in Seoul if:

  • Your layover is 12 hours or more (6 to 12 hours if your flight arrives between 12 am to 3 am)
  • Your flight is only on Korean Air
  • Ticket fare classe is R, P, F, J, A , C , D, I, Z, Y, B, M, S, H, E, K, L, U, Q

Pro-tip: You have to request the free hotel when you book your tickets.

Pro-tip: Before you book make sure you’re booking a fare class that includes the free hotel. Super cheap flights don’t include the free hotel.

There isn’t an official website but you can read other people’s experiences with Korean Air’s free hotel layover program on TripAdvisor.

Pro-tip: Layover shorter than 12 hours? Take a one of 5 free sightseeing tours offered by Korean Air.

Read: Korean Air reviews on TripAdvisor

13.  Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia airlines used to have page on their website detailing their free hotel layover program. But it’s no longer there.

However, because of STPC, when you fly on select international routes with Malaysia Airlines you get a free hotel night in Kuala Lumpur.

Pro-tip: You have to request your hotel when you book your flight.

TripAdvisor examples of free stopover hotels from Malaysia Airlines.

Read: Reviews of Malaysia Airlines on TripAdvisor

14.  Qatar Airlines

Qatar offers free transit hotels for layovers of 8 hours.
Photo courtesy of Qatar Airlines

You can get a free hotel in Doha when flying on Qatar Airways if:

  • A connection of less than 8 hours is not available
  • Your layover is 8 to 24 hours
  • Your ticket does not include flights to or from Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Kuwait, Muscat, Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah

Free round-trip transportation between the airport and hotel, meals, and entry visas are provided. US Citizens can get a visa on arrival.

Note: Free hotels is not valid for all fare classes such as the lowest ticket prices.

Pro-tip: Book your hotel 72 hours prior to departure.

When you arrive in Doha, go to the transfer desk.

Book your flight on Qatar Airlines.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Qatar Airlines

15.  Sri Lankan Airlines

Sri Lankan Airlines provides a free transit hotel for layovers in Columbo.
Photo courtesy: Masakatsu Ukon on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

When you fly on Sri Lankan Airlines you get a free transit hotel in Columbo when:

  • You have a layover of 8 to 24 hours
  • There is no earlier connecting flight
  • Your ticket cost over $360 (round-trip) or $180 (one-way)

Free round-trip transportation between the airport and hotel and meals are provided.

I took advantage of this both ways when visited Columbo in June. Stay tuned for how to book a free transit hotel, the hotel review, and what to do in Columbo.

Pro-tip: Book your hotel in advance by sending an email to

Pro-tip: Upon arrival in Colombo, go to the transit desk to get your pre-booked voucher.

Read: Reviews of Sri Lankan Airlines on TripAdvisor

16. TAP Portugal

TAP Portugal might still offer free hotels for long layovers.
Photo courtesy: Maarten Visser on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

You could possibly get a free hotel in Lisbon when you fly with TAP Portugal as part of the Bom Dia Lisboa program when:

  • Flying to/from Manchester and any long-haul destination
  • Flying from Maputo and Algiers to London (Heathrow or Gatwick)
  • There are no scheduled same-day connections

I say possibly vs can because the website reference bmi flights which hasn’t been in operation for several years.

Pro-tip: You have to book your hotel when you book your ticket. Or you lose your free hotel.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of TAP Portugal

17.  Thai Airways

2 free nights on layovers when you fly Turkish Airlines.
Photo courtesy: Jonekw13 on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 3.0

Thai Airways offers a free transit hotel if you have a connecting international flight with a layover of 6 to 24 hours.

Read: Thai Airways TripAdvisor reviews

18.  Turkish Airlines

You get 2 free nights hotel when you fly Turkish Airlines.
Photo courtesy: Mertborak on Wikipedia under CC BY-SA 2.0

You can get two free nights hotel stay in Istanbul when you fly round-trip on Turkish Airlines if:

  • You have a 7 hour layover (Business Class) or 10 hour layover (coach)
  • Your stopover is less than 24 hours
  • There is no shorter connection available

Pro-tip: You need a visa or be from a visa exempt country. The US is NOT a visa exempt country.

Pro-tip: Hotels have to be booked upon arrival. They can’t be booked in advance. Upon arrival in Istanbul go to the hotel desk past customs.

Pro-tip: You may be able to get a free hotel on award flights.

Pro-tip: Got a layover between 6 to 24 hours? Take one of five free tours offered daily. Everything on the tour is included:transportation, activities, entertainment and meals.

Note: You have to choose between a free hotel or a free tour. If you take a free tour, you can not get a free hotel.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Turkish Airlines

Airlines That Might Offer a Free Layover Hotel

These airlines might offer a free layover hotel.

1.  Biman Airlines

You might be able to get a free hotel night, transportation and meals in Dhaka, Bangladesh when you fly Biman Airlines.

Read: TripAdvisor reviews of Biman Airlines

2.  Royal Jordanian

Per Flyertalk and TripAdvisor If you’re flying Royal Jordanian and have a long layover your might be able to get a free hotel and transit visa.

Read: Reviews of Royal Jordanian on TripAdvisor


Save money when you travel internationally with this travel pro secret. You can get a free hotel during long layovers from airlines who offer STPC (Stopover Paid by Carrier).

You won’t have to sleep in the airport. Or stumble around like a zombie. Or re-enact a scene from The terminal. Because there are 18 airlines that give you a free hotel room for one night when you have a layover of at least 6 hours. And in some countries, you can get two nights free accommodations.

And these aren’t rinky-dink airlines that offer free transit hotels. We’re talking airlines like Air Canada, Emirates, and Turkish Airlines.

So do the math. It might make sense to book your tickets on one of these airlines if it means a free hotel night.

I used the free transit hotel during my two layovers in Columbo. Stay tuned for my review. Where have you used free layover hotels?

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  • Paula Schuck October 18, 2016 at 7:29 am

    That is so awesome! I love to save money wherever I can, and this is perfect for that.

    • Debra Schroeder November 2, 2016 at 9:43 am

      Hi Paula Schuck,

      Glad that the post helped save you money.

  • Tammileetips October 18, 2016 at 9:02 am

    I had no idea that these airlines do this!!! What a great way to save money when traveling international, the expenses can add up fast.

  • lisa October 18, 2016 at 10:00 am

    There are a lot of airlines listed here that I’ve never heard of before! It’s nice to know there are cheaper ways to fly overseas!

  • Amber Myers October 18, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Nice! I’ll have to keep this in mind. A free hotel room would make me happy.

  • Tasheena @ October 18, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    I had no idea this was even offered. Thanks for sharing!! Going to look through old post now to see what I’ve been missing :).

  • Pam October 18, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Getting a free hotel during a long layover is great! I have had some miserable layovers with nowhere to go before!

  • Sarah October 18, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    I would love to get free airline tickets! How awesome that would be! This information is going to be fantastic for anyone traveling and seeking to save cash!

  • ricci October 18, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    These a good-to-know discounts!! And I am always down for a discount! Great post!

  • Rebecca Swenor October 18, 2016 at 6:44 pm

    This is awesome information for those traveling internationally. I have never flew internationally but I know my cousin has so I will have to share this with him. Thanks for sharing the information.

  • Liz Mays October 18, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    This is a great guide! You could definitely save a little money by planning to take advantage of offers like these.

  • Bonnie @wemake7 October 18, 2016 at 7:00 pm

    Thank you for all of this great information about airlines. That is really cool that you can get a motel room for free.

  • Aisha Kristine Chong October 18, 2016 at 11:37 pm

    Now this is a pretty neat information. I am definitely bookmarking this page for future references, I could definitely use a free hotel to stay when I go and travel!

  • Stephen October 19, 2016 at 1:41 am

    Wow – this is such a handy post and so indepth – thank you for taking the time to track all this information down! I will have to bookmark this page as it will save me so much time when organizing flights.

  • Ima October 19, 2016 at 2:08 am

    This is super awesome,thank you for sharing!
    I am definitely bookmarking this down for my next flight 🙂

  • Elizabeth O. October 19, 2016 at 2:11 am

    Those are very good tips when you travel often. A free hotel will definitely help especially if you’re on a budget! Thanks for the tips!

  • OurFamilyWorld October 19, 2016 at 6:14 am

    Such a good tips, I need this on my next flight.

  • Michelle Varga October 19, 2016 at 6:48 am

    Those are some amazing deals! This will be very handy for travelers who are looking to save some money!

  • Jeanine October 19, 2016 at 7:26 am

    Wow that was a ton of information and all really great to know!

  • Ryan Biddulph October 19, 2016 at 8:30 am

    Hi Debra,

    Awesome list!!! We got put up by one of the Chinese airlines on our first trip to Bali 5 years ago. Long layover in Taiwan – after a 14 hour flight from NYC JFK – so we got to stay in a Novotel. Glam! They ain’t cheaping out LOL. Beautiful experience. Gym, spa, biggest breakfast buffet I’ve ever seen and we watched planes take off and land not too far away, being in the airport. Thanks for sharing!


  • Ashlea October 19, 2016 at 10:06 am

    I loved getting a free room when I had a missed connection due to a layover. But then I rather just get where im going usually on way home.

  • Teresa Kunberger October 19, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    I have never been on a plain and I am not sure that I will, great info tho.

  • Tarah Vongbouthdy October 19, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    Wow great to have for later on, Im sure I will need this at some point! A very handy guide!

  • Ruby Caberte October 19, 2016 at 9:45 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this! I may not have the plans to travel where these airlines are going, but maybe someday. I will put this in mind. ^_^

  • Fi Ni Neachtain October 20, 2016 at 2:34 am

    I had absolutely no idea that airlines did this. Thanks so much for sharing this, must pin this post for any future trip planning!

  • haleybop October 20, 2016 at 6:39 am

    Holy Bananas, I didn’t even know this was a thing! *bookmarking for next holiday*

  • Carol Cassara October 20, 2016 at 10:04 am

    I travel a lot and honestly, I never thought of this idea before! Thanks for the tips, it’s definitely something that I can use!

  • Sara October 21, 2016 at 7:44 am

    I had no idea you could get a free hotel room when you have a layover or fly on one of these airlines. This article was so helpful. I am pinning it to refer to later .

  • Vicky and Buddy October 21, 2016 at 10:49 am

    Wow, I had no idea that airlines did this, let alone that so many did!! This is great, thanks for passing it along!

  • Tiffany Cardenas October 21, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    I had no idea this was even offered. I will save this for later!

  • Mags October 21, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    Great list. I have heard of airlines doing this, but never been able to take advantage of it (yet!). This is a great resource to check all of the airlines and their programs at once. Thanks for posting.

  • Mindi Hirsch October 23, 2016 at 3:40 am

    This is great information! I try to use frequent flyer miles for long-haul flights, but this will come in handy for future bookings.

  • Charles McCool October 24, 2016 at 6:26 am

    Very resourceful travel article. Way back in the day, I flew on a courier airfare, which paid for a hotel night in Seoul in transit between Los Angeles and Hong Kong. Well worth pursuing these options for future flights.

  • Mommy Levy October 25, 2016 at 5:59 am

    Awesome! Thanks for this, I’ll check Japan airlines soon.

  • Jenna November 5, 2016 at 10:51 pm

    Thanks for sharing this! I never knew this was an option, so I’m definitely going to have to keep the free hotel in mind for when we fly these airlines. The only one we’ve flown with so far is Air Canada, but now I’m going to look into the others more regularly!

  • Christina November 5, 2016 at 10:53 pm

    This is a useful tip Debra, especially if you’re travelling between Europe or USA and Australia. I’ve experience the free layover when flying Emirates and it worked a treat.

  • Gokul Raj November 5, 2016 at 11:16 pm

    This info was new and really useful. Layovers can be a real pain. I was not aware that the airlines provide hotel rooms. Thanks for sharing.

  • Punita Malhotra November 5, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    So many useful trip hacks on your blog! I’ve just subscribed too. Should be able to attempt a few at least.

  • Natasha Amar November 6, 2016 at 1:56 am

    Mind blown! I had no idea so many airlines offered hotel deals and discounts on long layovers. Such a handy list- I’ll be sharing this with my readers as well.

  • Carla Abanes November 6, 2016 at 2:29 am

    Amazing tips you got here!! I listed all the airlines making sure I book with them on my next trip. A big thanks!

  • Vicki Louise November 6, 2016 at 3:21 am

    I’ve flown Eithad, Emirates and Qatar and never knew they had an overnight stay policy! Will definitely be looking into this when I book my next flights! Thanks for the research!

  • Jimmy and Tina November 6, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    This is a great list of airline that will put you up on long layovers or delays, American Airlines also offers free hotel and meal ticket.

  • Carmen's Luxury Travel November 6, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    I’ve heard so many good things about Emirates. I’d love to try them out next year. Fantastic post, super helpful. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Lauren Meshkin @BonVoyageLauren November 7, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    Wow, so many opportunities for freebies! Love your pro tips. Bookmarking for the future, thanks for sharing.

  • Mike November 7, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    This is chock full of good info! I fly Chinese airlines alot while living in Seoul and its good to know I’m entitled to a free night! Thinking of taking a trip through Beijing this winter so this page is getting bookmarked for sure!

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