150+ Ways To Get Between Asia And North America As An Airline Employee

by Kerwin McKenzie on May 4, 2018

Non-Rev Travel Guides: Asia | Europe | Hawaii

 

 

Non-Rev Travel Guide: 150+ Ways To Get Between Asia And North America

 

Asia is one of my favorite places to visit. However, its quite far away and takes forever and a day to get there even with the likes of the newer planes like the 787. If you miss a flight you may have to wait a whole 24 hours or more to get on another one coming back home to North America. It’s why I created this Non-Rev Travel Guide: Countless Ways To Get Between Asia and North America.

You will have to be creative and sometimes make the decision to take another right away without delay. You may even have to purchase a ticket, if you do, please consider my partner
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This post will also look at how to get between the different countries so you can make the connections back to the U.S. The Airport Schedules page is very useful for this task.

Note that some of these flights are not daily. Ensure you have have an agreement with the airlines in order to fly space available. Also, depending on the agreement, you’ll have to get a ticket before you leave the U.S. So plan a head for alternate routings.

There are many airlines flying between the different Asian countries, so you’ll be able to make a connecting flight to one of the cities with nonstop flights and then be able to get back to the U.S.

If you do need a hotel, please consider using any of the following partners:

Agoda.com [preferable for Asia]

Booking.com

HotelsCombined

Use the flight schedule program to the right of this post to help you with routings.

 

 

Asian Cities with Nonstop Air Service Between The U.S., Canada and Mexico

 

The following cities are major cities in Asia with nonstop air service between the U.S., Canada or Mexico via the Pacific Ocean and the airlines which serve them:

 

 

Guam | Hong Kong | IndiaJapan | People’s Republic of China | South Korea | Singapore | Taiwan | The Philippines

 

 

 

Guam

-Agana (GUM)

  1. – United Airlines (UA) to Honolulu, Hi (HNL)

 

 

 

Hong Kong

– Hong Kong (HKG)

  1. – Boston, MA (BOS) on Cathay Pacific Airways (CX)
  2. – Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) and United Airlines (UA)
  3. – Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX (DFW) on American Airlines (AA)
  4. – Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on American Airlines (AA) and Cathay Pacific (CX)
  5. – San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Cathay Pacific (CX) and United Airlines (UA)
  6. – Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC)
  7. – Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC)

 

 

 

India

– Delhi (DEL)

– New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on Air India (AI)

– Newark, NJ (EWR) on United Airlines (UA)

– San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Air India (AI)

– Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC)

– Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC)

– Washington, DC Dulles (IAD) on Air India (AI)

– Mumbai (BOM)

– Newark-Liberty, NJ (EWR) on Air India (AI) and United Airlines (UA)

– Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC)

 

 

 

Japan

– Nagoya (NGO)

– Agana, Guam (GUM) on United Airlines (UA)

– Detroit, MI (DTW) on Delta Air Lines (DL)

– Honolulu, Hi (HNL) on Delta Air Lines (DL) and Japan Airlines (JL)

– Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC)

– Osaka, Japan (KIX)

– Agana, Guam (GUM) on United Airlines (UA)

– Honolulu, HI (HNL) on Asiana Airlines (OZ), Delta Air Lines(DL), Hawaiian Airlines (HA) and Japan Airlines (JL)

– Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on Japan Airlines (JL)

– San Francisco, CA (SFO) on United Airlines (UA)

– Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC)

– Tokyo-Haneda (HND)

– Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD)  on ANA (NH)

– Honolulu, HI (HNL) on ANA (ANH) and Hawaiian Airlines (HA)

– Kona, HI (KOA) on Hawaiian Airlines (HA)

– Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on American Airlines (AA), ANA (NH) and Delta Air Lines (DL)

– Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN (MSP) on Delta Air Lines (DL)

– New York-JFK, NY (JFK)  on ANA (NH), Japan Airlines (JL)

– San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Japan Airlines (JL) and United Airlines (UA)

– Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC)

– Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on ANA (NH)

– Tokyo-Narita (NRT)

– Atlanta, GA (ATL) on Delta Air Lines (DL)

– Boston, MA (BOS) on Japan Airlines (JL)

– Calgary, AB Canada (YYC) on Air Canada (AC)

– Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on American Airlines (AA), ANA (NH), Japan Airlines (JL) and United Airlines (UA)

– Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) on American Airlines (AA) and Japan Airlines (JL)

– Denver, CO (DEN) on United Airlines (UA)

– Detroit, MI (DTW)  on Delta Air Lines (DL)

– Guam (GUM) on Japan Airlines (JL), Jin Air (JL) and United Airlines (UA)

– Honolulu, HI (HNL)  on ANA (NH), Delta Air Lines (DL), Hawaiian Airlines (HA), Japan Airlines (JL), Korean Airlines (KE) and United Airlines (UA)

– Houston-Intercontinental, TX (IAH) on ANA (NH) and United Airlines (UA)

– Kona, HI (KOA) on Japan Airlines (JL)

– Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on American Airlines (AA), ANA (NH), Delta Air Lines (DL), Japan Airlines (JL), Singapore Airlines (SQ) and United Airlines (UA)

– Montreal, QC Canada (YUL – Trudeau)  on Air Canada (AC)

– Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) on Aeromexico (AM) and ANA (NH)

– New York-JFK, NY (JFK)  on ANA (NH), Japan Airlines (JL)

– Newark-Liberty, NJ (EWR) on United Airlines (UA)

– Portland, OR (PDX) on Delta Air Lines (DL)

– San Diego, CA (SAN)  on Japan Airlines (JL)

– San Francisco, CA (SFO) on ANA (NH) and United Airlines (UA)

– San Jose, CA (SJC) on ANA (NH)

– Seattle, WA (SEA) on ANA (NH), Delta Air Lines (DL)

– Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Japan Airlines (JL)

– Washington, DC Dulles (IAD) on ANA (NH) and United Airlines (UA)

 

People’s Republic of China

  • Chengdu (CTU)

– Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
– New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
– San Francisco, CA (SFO) on United Airlines (UA)

 

 

 

 

  • Beijing (PEK)

    1. Boston, MA (BOS) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
    2. Calgary, AB Canada (YYC) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
    3. Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on American Airlines (AA), Hainan Airlines (HU) and United Airlines (UA)
    4. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW)  on American Airlines (AA)
    5. Detroit, MI (DTW) on Delta Air Lines (DL)
    6. Honolulu, HI (HNL) on Air China (CA), Hawaiian Airlines (HA)
    7. Houston-Intercontinental, TX (IAH) on Air China (CA)
    8. Tijuana, Mexico (TIJ) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
    9. Las Vegas, NV (LAS) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
    10. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on Air China (CA), American Airlines (AA)
    11. Montreal, QC Canada (YUL – Trudeau) on Air China (CA)
    12. New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on Air China (CA)
    13. Newark-Liberty, NJ (EWR) on Air China (CA) and United Airlines (UA)
    14. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Air China (CA) and United Airlines (UA)
    15. San Jose, CA (SJC) on Haina Airlines (HU)
    16. Seattle, WA (SEA) on Delta Air Lines (DL)
    17. Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC), Hainan Airlines (HU)
    18. Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC), Air China (CA)
    19. Washington-Dulles, DC (IAD) on Air China (CA) and United Airlines (UA)
  • Guangzhou (CAN)

    1. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on China Southern Airlines (CZ)
    2. New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on China Southern Airlines (CZ)
    3. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on China Southern Airlines (CZ)
    4. Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on China Southern Airlines (CZ)
    5. Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on China Southern Airlines (CZ)
  • Shanghai-Pu Dong (PVG)

    1. Atlanta, GA (ATL) on Delta Air Lines (DL)
    2. Boston, MA (BOS) on Hainan Airlines (HU)
    3. Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on American Airlines (AA), China Eastern Airlines (MU) and United Airlines (UA)
    4. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) on American Airlines (AA)
    5. Detroit, MI (DTW) on Delta Air Lines (DL)
    6. Honolulu, HI (HNL) on China Eastern Airlines (MU)
    7. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on American Airlines (AA), China Eastern Airlines (MU), Delta Air Lines (DL) and United Airlines (UA)
    8. Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) on Aeromexico (AM); there is a one stop flight over TIJ from PVG to MEX
    9. Montreal, QC Canada (YUL – Trudeau) on Air Canada (AC)
    10. New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on China Eastern Airlines (MU)
    11. Newark-Liberty, NJ (EWR) on United Airlines (UA)
    12. San Jose, CA (SJC) on Air China (CA)
    13. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on China Eastern Airlines (MU) and United Airlines (UA)
    14. Seattle, WA (SEA) on Delta Air Lines (DL) and Hainan Airlines (HU)
    15. Tijuana, Mexico (TIJ) to PVG on Aeromexico (AM); there is no PVG to TIJ service however
    16. Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) On Air Canada (AC) and China Eastern Airlines (MU)
    17. Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR)  on Air Canada (AC)

 

 

 

 

South Korea

  • Seoul-Incheon (ICN)

    • Agana, Guam (GUM) on Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Atlanta, GA (ATL) on Delta Air Lines (DL) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on Asiana Airlines (OZ), Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) on American Airlines (AA) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Detroit, MI (DTW) on Delta Air Lines (DL)
    • Honolulu, HI (HNL) on Hawaiian Airlines (HA) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Las Vegas, NV (LAS) on Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on Asiana Airlines (OZ), Korean Airlines (KE) and Singapore Airlines (SQ)
    • Mexico City, Mexico (MEX)  on Aeromexico (AM)
    • New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on Asiana Airlines (OZ) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Monterrey, Mexico (MTY) on Aeromexico (AM)
    • San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Asiana Airlines (OZ), Korean Airlines (KE) and United Airlines (UA)
    • Seattle, WA (SEA) on Asiana Airlines (OZ), Delta Air Lines (DL) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Air Canada (AC) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC) and Korean Airlines (KE)
    • Washington, DC Dulles (IAD) on Korean Airlines (KE)

 

Seoul-Incheon Airport, South Korea (ICN) Seoul-Incheon Airport, South Korea (ICN)

 

Singapore

  • Singapore (SIN)

    1. Houston-Intercontinental, TX (IAH) on Singapore Airlines (SQ) with a stop in Manchester, England (MAN)
    2. Honolulu, HI (HNL) on Singapore Airlines (SQ) with a stop in Osaka, Japan (KIX)
    3. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on Singapore Airlines (SQ) with a stop in Seoul-Incheon, Korea (ICN) and another flight with a stop in Tokyo-Narita, Japan (NRT) and also on United Airlines (UA)
    4. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Singapore Airlines (SQ) and United Airlines (UA)

 

 

 

Taiwan

  • Taipei (TPE)

    1. Agana, Guam (GUM on China Airlines (CI)
    2. Chicago-O’Hare, IL (ORD) on EVA Airways (BR)
    3. Honolulu, Hi (HNL) on China Airlines (CI)
    4. Houston-Intercontinental, TX (IAH) on EVA Airways (BR)
    5. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) on China Airlines (CI) and EVA Airways (BR)
    6. New York-JFK, NY (JFK) on China Airlines (CI) and EVA Airways (BR)
    7. Ontario, CA (ONT) on China Airlines (CI)
    8. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on China Airlines (CI) and EVA Airways (BR) and United Airlines (UA)
    9. Seattle, WA (SEA) on EVA Airways (BR)
    10. Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on EVA Airways (BR)
    11. Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Air Canada (AC) and EVA Airways (BR)

 

 

 

The Philippines

  • Manilla (MNL)

    1. Agana, Guam (GUM) on United Airlines (UA)
    2. Honolulu, HI (HNL) on Philippine Airlines (PR)
    3. San Francisco, CA (SFO) on Philippine Airlines (PR)
    4. Toronto, ON Canada (YYZ) on Philippine Airlines (PR)
    5. Vancouver, BC Canada (YVR) on Philippine Airlines (PR); this flight continues on to New York-JFK, NY (JFK)

 

Additional Information

 

Currency

Each country pretty much have a different current, but usually USD is accepted:

  • Guam – US dollar (USD)
  • Hong Kong – Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
  • India – Indian Rupee (DKK)
  • Japan – Japanese yen (YEN)
  • People’s Republic of China – Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
  • South Korea – South Korean won (KRW)
  • Singapore – Singapore dollar (SGD)
  • Taiwan -New Taiwan dollar (TWD)
  • Philippines -Philippine peso (PHP)

 

Language

There are local languages spoken, however English is widely spoken throughout Asia.

Visa Information

As a U.S. citizen, no visa is required for most of the countries in Asia. Just ensure that you have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months and has at least two blank pages. The U.S. State Department has excellent information.

Citizens of other countries should check with their consulates for visa and health requirements. Use this link to check visa requirements.

 

Hotels

Most of the airports will have hotels available either at the airport itself or close by. If you need a shuttle, check with the hotel to see if there is an additional charge.

Start your search with our partner HotelsCombined by using the search box below. If you don’t like this partner, then you can try Booking.com or Agoda as well:

 

 

Transportation

Depending on where you are, you may have to take a train or an airplane to get to another island; usually an airplane. You can take:

A low cost/main line carrier

There are many within Asia. Note that last minute fares on these carriers are usually the same as on the full service ones. Check with your airline to see if you have pass travel benefits. You may have to buy the passes before you leave your home town. Note that sometimes they arrive at an airport that does not have a facility to connect without having to clear security. Or they may arrive at the other smaller airport in the city. usually there’s transportation between airports though. An example is Bangkok. There are currently no nonstop flights from Thailand to the U.S. but you can say fly from BKK or DMK (the other airport) on a low coast carrier or Thai Airways (TG) to say Japan, Taipei, Hong Kong, etc. then get a nonstop flight to the U.S., Canada or Mexico.

Also one thing to note is that there are a few tags in Asia, but only in certain direction. One I can think of is Emirates (EK) from Bangkok (BKK) to Hong Kong (HKG). There’s also Ethiopian Airlines (ET) between Hong Kong and Tokyo-Narita (NRT).

The train

In People’s Republic of China, you can take the trains between the airports. There is also train service from Hong Kong to mainland China.

In Japan, there is train service between the major airports.

A bus

If you’re in Malaysia, there is bus service to/from Singapore. There’s also bus service from Bangkok to Singapore.

 

Things To Do

In case you have to overnight somewhere in order to make an early connection. I have some links below to help for a few of the cities that I’ve visited.

 

Mumbai, India

Tokyo-Narita, Japan

 

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