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Flying to China Could Cost More Than $22,000 - Even with A Visa!

Ghulam Haider 宝安外语协会 2022-08-06

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Flying to China Could Cost More Than $22,000 - Even with A Visa!

After the Chinese embassy modified the visa criteria for travel to China for business, work, or family, airfare prices to China have continued to soar.


The expenses for those coming from abroad remain high without more frequent flights.

According to Google Flights, a one-way ticket to China will typically cost around $7,000 by the end of June. The most expensive tickets can cost over $22,000.

Business-class travel from New York to Shanghai on China Eastern Airlines Corp. cost $13,200 one-way in August, while a premium economy seat on a United Airlines Holdings Inc. flight in October costs $9,700.

After that, travelers must pay for a week of quarantine, which is a reduction from the previous 14 days and up to three weeks.

Benjamin Liu, a 14-year Richmond resident who came to this country, described the cost as "insanely costly."

Before the pandemic, Liu told the News, the cheapest round-trip ticket he could find cost as little as $800, with the going rate being around $1,500.

According to Liu, the typical yearly salary in Vancouver is between $50,000 and $60,000. If a one-way ticket were to cost $22,000, it would be about a third of the average person's annual salary!

How much cash will be left over once round-trip tickets are purchased?

After the Chinese Embassy issued a statement on June 16 announcing changes to visa requirements, ticket prices continued to rise.

David Lin, the owner of GS Travel, a Richmond-based travel business that once catered to the Chinese market, said that even if ticket prices are soaring, individuals will still purchase them in the event that they have emergencies in their families in China and must return.

According to Lin, the imbalance between supply and demand lies at the root of the escalating ticket prices.

Since China has required airlines to delay flights or reduce seat capacity if more than five passengers are confirmed with COVID, travel tickets to China have become even more scarce and expensive despite the enormous pent-up demand to return for family visits.

To sustain China's "dynamic zero" policy, rigorous international flying restrictions are put in place.

The strict international flight restrictions are implemented to maintain China’s “dynamic zero Covid approaches.

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