Boston to Beijing non-stop in 2014

travelEarlier this week both local papers reported that Chinese carrier Hainan Airlines has received federal approval to offer nonstop service from Boston to Beijing starting in June 2014.  According to The Boston Globe, Hainan Airlines still needs to sign an agreement with MassPort before it could begin service from the airport. 

Hainan Airlines would join Copa Airlines (from Panama), Japan Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Emirates Airlines as new airlines to start offering non-stop service from Boston’s Logan Airport.

As you start to think about travel plans for 2014, consider some of these new destinations that will become a whole lot more convenient.

You can read The Boston Globe article, here.

2 responses to “Boston to Beijing non-stop in 2014

  1. I’ve seen the ads for Copa’s new service to Panama City. Panama is definitely an interesting tourist destination and worth looking. I’ve been several times back in eighties/nineties (Newark-Panama City on Continental) Would love to go back!

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  2. Everyone should read site: Australian Business Traveler for their reviews of the 3 main Chinese airlines. They do seats and menus….with a direct flight that long you only want to go business. Also you can pick up China Souther in London and connect in China for Oz.

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