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Amazing deal: Chicago, New York, Houston or San Francisco to Hong Kong flights roundtrip as low as $571.

DEPART:
Chicago, USA

ARRIVE:
Hong Kong, China

RETURN:
Chicago, USA

AVAILABILITY: 

From Chicago

Departure: end of August – September (midweek), October (Thursdays), November 14, 15, 21
Return: end of August – September (midweek), October-November (Monday-Thursdays)

From New York

Departure: end of August – mid of September (midweek), October 17, 18, 24, 26, November (Monday-Wednesday)
Return: end of August – mid of September (midweek), October-November (Monday-Thursdays)

From Houston

Departure: August – November
Return: August – November

From San Francisco

Departure: September – November (midweek)
Return: September – November (midweek)

AIRLINE:
United

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