· Hainan Airlines:
Have you ever flown with Hainan Airlines? Nope, we haven’t either, but that might be changing sooner than later as the carrier is getting ready to further invade the United States. The flights are still a ways away, but if all goes according to plan September 3 will be the big day. Airbus A330s will help out Hainan Airlines as the carrier connects Chicago with Beijing. It sounds like the flights will do their thing four times per week, as Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays will be the days to catch a ride with Hainan Airlines—happy flying!
Frontier seems to love new routes just as much as we do, and this week they’re ready to show their love once again. The plan is to connect Denver International Airport with Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport beginning on May 16.
Sure this might not be the world’s most exciting flight option, but it might just get you where you need to be. Flights will run pretty much each and every day of the week, but they will take a rest on Saturdays out of Denver and on Sundays out of Cincinnati. Airbus A320s are set to head back and forth on the new routes, and if you act by tomorrow you might even be able to score an introductory fare for just $99 each way.
· Air China:
Here’s a solid option if you’re still looking to piece together one of those around the world itineraries, as Air China is getting ready to move some people and planes across the globe. It sounds like they're filling up the tanks with fuel, as Air China is planning to connect Beijing with Geneva beginning on May 7.
Airbus A330s will do the flying fun between the two cities—and countries—as the flights do their thing four times each and every week. Just like we mentioned before with Brussels Airlines, Air China is a member of the Star Alliance, so you pretty much have plenty of options when it comes to connections and partner flights.