China Airfare-booking Tips
3. Flying between Chinese cities is much cheaper than flying between American (or European) cities. It is not uncommon to see a $60 airfare for a one-way ticket from Beijing to Shanghai.
4. One-way tickets are very cheap, and a round-trip ticket is not cheaper than two one-way tickets. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about paying a higher price if you don’t buy round-trip. It is very convenient to go two one-ways separately, and it is usually how passengers in China prefer to travel.
5. If traveling to Hong Kong, it is often cheaper to fly to Shenzhen, a major Chinese city just outside the borders of Hong Kong. Because Hong Kong is considered an international destination, it is significantly less expensive to fly to Shenzhen, considered a domestic flight. It is very easy to get transportation to and from Hong Kong, as buses and shuttles leave all the time for around $10.
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*If you are flying from Hong Kong to other Chinese cities or fly to Hong Kong from China inner cities such as Beijing or Shanghai, you should seriously consider fly from or to Shenzhen to get qualified "domestic flights" and save much!
Low Booking Fee
$14.99 for each round-trip ticket on domestic economy, $19.99 for domestic business or first-class;
$29.99 for each international economy; $49.99 for each international business or first-class.