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Fly to Asia from $669 roundtrip

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fly to Asia from $669 roundtrip, American Airlines

If Asia is on your bucket list, now’s the time to cross it off because you can fly to Asia from $669 roundtrip.

For a limited time American Airlines is offering low prices on flights to Asia.

Tickets must be purchased by December 19, 2012 for travel beginning January 7, 2013 – April 18, 2013.

Travel must be completed by April 24, 2013.

And if Asia isn’t on your bucket list but you want to get started on requalifying for elite status, these fares are just the ticket.

American Airlines is offering tremendous prices on flights to the Far East from just about every city they fly from.

Here are some of the roundtrip prices being offered:

  • Los Angeles (LAX) to  Shanghai (PVG) from $669
  • New York (JFK) to Shanghai (PVG) from $739
  • Austin (AUS) to Beijing (PEK) from $1118
  • Chicago (ORD) to Tokyo (NRT) from $1383

Check out all the special fares to Asia from American Airlines here.

Some of the fine print includes:

  • Lowest fares are Monday – Thursday.
  • 3 Night minimum stay
  • Maximum of 30 day stay
If you’re a US Citizen, no visa is required for Japan, but you will need one for China.  A one year multi-entry visa is $160.
 
Looks like I’m going to be playing on the computer until the wee hours tonight and booking a few trips to China, especially when I can fly to Asia from $669, it’s a no brainer.  How about you?  Do you plan on booking any flights?

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