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Getting to China


Beijing's Capital International Airport (PEK) is China's largest and busiest, serving an extensive network of domestic and international routes. Only a decade old, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), known locally as Chek Lap Kok, is also one of the world’s busiest hubs. Pudong International Airport (PVG) services international flights to Shanghai.


United, American, China Eastern, Delta, Cathay Pacific, Air China, and budget airline Jet Star Asia are a few of the many international carriers that fly to China from the U.S.

Flight Times

Obviously your flight times will depend on your destination in China, but on average, expect about 13 hours nonstop from Los Angeles and 16 hours from New York.

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