Direct flights to China in the £300s from London and Manchester (including Chinese Hawaii!)

Hope some of you are already toasting to having jetted off somewhere...
Hope some of you are already toasting to having jetted off somewhere exciting on this Easter weekend! I had to send out this juicy tidbit today, for the adventurous among us. Chinese airlines have been visibly increasing the number of direct routes to the UK in the last couple of years... thankfully their swankier airlines are now also catching on as well!

The newest route from Heathrow to Changsha opens up both central China and destinations like Hainan Island (known as Chinese Hawaii!) Here's an example to Haikou with 5-star Hainan Airlines at £375 return.

For those nearer to Manchester, these direct options take you straight to Beijing :-)
From London (LHR/LGW):

Changsha (CSX) - £370 (direct)
Chongqing (CKG) - £358 (direct)
Haikou (HAK) - £375
Sanya (SYX) - £375

From Manchester (MAN):

Beijing (PEK) - £384 (direct)

Travel Dates: April - June 2018, also October - November for Chongqing

Airline: Hainan (5-star) and Tianjin Airlines (4-star)

Standard Fare: £600+

Bags: Checked bag included

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Here's how to book:

1. Head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for your route, by locating the dates with the lowest fares (shown in green). If you prefer to book directly (higher fares, smaller change fees), then follow the link to the airline website and book.

2. To get the lowest possible fares (those listed above), head over to Momondo, re-enter your itinerary and book with an OTA (online travel agent).

New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Kayak, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)

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