Cheap flights to Asia

Flights to Asia in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inDecemberHigh demand for flights, 10% potential price rise
Cheapest inOctoberBest time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop
Average price$839Average for round-trip flights in January 2022
Round-trip from$902From Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl to Manila Ninoy Aquino Intl
One-way from$336One-way flight from Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (LAS) to Asia

Cheap flights to Asia in January, February 2022

The best prices found for MNL flights for January, February
Feb 14 - Feb 28
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

NRT

Tokyo Narita

1 stop

17h 30m
NRT

Tokyo Narita

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

19h 47m
$682

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/17/22

Feb 15 - Feb 22
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

NRT

Tokyo Narita

1 stop

17h 30m
NRT

Tokyo Narita

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

1 stop

16h 23m
$704

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/16/22

Feb 16 - Feb 23
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

NRT

Tokyo Narita

1 stop

16h 45m
NRT

Tokyo Narita

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

1 stop

19h 42m
$710

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/17/22

Asia 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Asia found for this year
Feb 14 - Feb 28
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

NRT

Tokyo Narita

1 stop

17h 30m
NRT

Tokyo Narita

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

19h 47m
$682

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/17/22

Sep 5 - Sep 12
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

SGN

Ho Chi Minh City

2 stops

64h 20m
SGN

Ho Chi Minh City

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

28h 14m
$689

Air Canada

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Deal found 1/17/22

May 3 - May 29
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

BLR

Bengaluru Intl

2 stops

27h 45m
BLR

Bengaluru Intl

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

30h 59m
$695

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/17/22

Last minute flights to Asia

Late deals on round-trip flights to Asia, departing today and this week
Jan 25 - Jan 31
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

2 stops

26h 35m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

41h 06m
$776

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/15/22

Jan 25 - Jan 31
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

2 stops

26h 35m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

3 stops

41h 06m
$785

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/15/22

Jan 25 - Jan 31
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

3 stops

67h 20m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

3 stops

41h 06m
$817

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 1/15/22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Asia?

The cheapest ticket to Asia found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

$890

February

$875

March

$875

April

$844

May

$905

June

$1,118

July

$1,181

August

$897

September

$820

October

$872

November

$933

December

$1,076

September is currently the cheapest month to fly to Asia. At this moment in time July is the most expensive month. These prices are determined by multiple factors and booking in advance can help keep costs down if your schedule is not as flexible.

When is the best time to fly to Asia?

Average Asia flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

LAS - MNL

Price

$680 - $1,410

MNL

Temperature

78.8 - 84.2 °F

MNL

Precipitation

0.4 - 15.7 inches

Peak Season:

The peak season will vary from country to country, but for example, November to March are the best times for visiting India and Sri Lanka, but the flights to Asia will be more expensive then too. Japan is stunningly beautiful from March until May during the cherry blossom season. The Philippines has lovely weather in March through to May too, so book early for savings on your flights to Asia to save the most money on your flight tickets. The UAE doesn’t really have any seasons, it’s generally warm pretty much all year round, and in August the temperature can soar well into the high 30s. Once you thought of a place in Asia to visit, start researching special events or festivals and book your flights accordingly, anything special can cause flights to Asia to double in price if you’re not careful.

Off Season:

Again this depends on where you plan to visit, the Philippines isn’t a hospitable location from June to October due to the monsoon season arriving, and while that can mean cheap flights to Asia, it can be dangerous. Japan on the other hand sees monsoon season from August to the end of September, meaning you have a larger window to find cheap flights to Asia without getting caught in the storms. India and Sri Lanka also have a monsoon season running from May time to September, meaning the price of flight tickets are generally reduced, although certain accommodation might be closed. Once you know where you want to go, try to avoid travelling there in during the monsoon season, although the flights to Asia are cheaper, it can be very dangerous in certain countries.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Asia?

The most popular flight destinations in Asia are India, Japan, Thailand, China and Philippines.

Asia Travel Guide

Ancient kingdoms, glittering skyscrapers and pristine beaches: these are just a few attributes that make up the world’s largest continent, Asia. With a plethora of diverse countries comprising it, Asia is an intriguing and captivating destination.

Asia’s largest country, also the biggest in the world, Russia is a fascinating place to visit and admire the grand splendor of its major cities. Russia’s neighbor, China, is another vast country with bustling cities and ancient villages that would take years to fully explore.

Although much smaller in scale than China, the Southeast Asian country, India, is a kaleidoscope of various cultures with thousands of different languages spoken and around eight major religions. When visiting India it’s easy to fall in love with its people; their joie de vivre is infectious. Thailand is a traveler’s favorite, each year drawing crowds of visitors keen to see its idyllic beaches, ancient ruins, high-end resorts and the bustling metropolis, Bangkok.

What’s the weather like in Asia?

India and Thailand have their monsoons, Japan, its typhoons and Russia turns into a winter wonderland covered in snow blankets. The weather in Asia does differ considerably and depending on which country you’re visiting you’ll always need to check before booking your trip.

How long is the flight to Asia?

Flight times from the US to Asia vary depending on where you are traveling from and where in Asia you are traveling to. Atlanta to Tokyo flights take approximately 14 hours, while flights to Dubai and Seoul take approximately 15 to 16 hours. New York travelers can expect to arrive in Tokyo in approximately 14 hours, while flights to Hong Kong can take up to 16 hours. Those living on the West Coast can expect similar flight times with flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo about 11.5 hours long and from Seattle to Tokyo can take around 10 and a half hours.

Which airlines fly to Asia?

Many major airlines travel to and from the US and Asia. When scheduling a vacation to Hong Kong, Seoul or other cities in Asia, check with Delta, American Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, Air China and United PIA. Other airlines include Virgin Atlantic, China Eastern, Air France and KLM.

What should you pack for a flight to Asia?

When packing for a trip to Asia, consider when you will be traveling and what you will be doing. Choose clothing that covers the shoulders and knees when visiting temples, and in Southeast Asia, temperatures tend to be hot year round so pack breathable and lightweight fabrics. Hiking gear is a must if you are visiting volcanoes and trekking in Nepal and other cities. June through September is monsoon season, so pack in preparation for rain.

How to get around Asia

Beijing Capital International Airport:

China’s busiest airport is about 15 miles from the city, and because it’s China’s biggest airport there are ample travel options to choose from. The easiest one is to get a taxi straight from the airport. If you agree a price before you get in you’ll save yourself getting ripped off at the other end of the trip. Also if there are 3 or 4 of you, a taxi is definitely the better option as splitting the fare makes the cost more than manageable. There is also a metro line that runs to Dongzhimen, from here you can change to another line or grab a taxi to your next stop.

Dubai International Airport:

Once your flights to Asia have dropped you off in one of the most luxurious countries currently going, you’ll be glad to know the airport is only 2 ½ miles from the city. There a few options you can choose, depending on whether your hotel provides transfers in with the package. You can get a shuttle bus straight from the airport, it runs every 20 or 30 minutes and is a very convenient way to travel. Other than that there are taxis, trains, buses and shuttles that can carry you to your final destination.

Tokyo Haneda Airport:

Haneda airport is the 3rd busiest in Asia, serving over 60 million passengers per year. It’s around 30 minutes away from Tokyo, and there are several options to get to and from the airport. There is the Tokyo monorail, Keikyu Railways, taxi services and buses. The buses run almost 24 hours a day and some go directly to some of the busiest hotels. You can take the monorail directly from the airport, although understanding what line goes where can be slightly confusing at first.

What are some things to do in Asia?

No trip to Asia would be complete without visiting Mount Fuji. Noted as the tallest mountain in Japan at 12,388 feet, Japanese residents believe the mountain is sacred and connected to God. July and August are offer perfect climbing weather for the mountain. It takes approximately two days to reach the top. In Vietnam, travel throughout the region on water to get a different vantage point of the area.

The Singapore Zoo is located on almost 70 acres and is home to over 2,800 animals, which includes 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. There are plenty or walk-through exhibits and a special jungle breakfast where you can have a meal with orangutans in a natural setting. Aside from the zoo, Singapore is known as the “Garden City” because half of its streets and landscape is covered in greenery. Take a night tour by the Singapore gardens by the Bay or sign up for a bus tour and see the city with a group or at your own pace.

History buffs enjoy the excitement of Hong Kong and all it has to offer. There are plenty of temples and shrines to walk through, scenic tours, a Tokyo Bay cruise and plenty of shopping opportunities near the city center. Travel to Macau to explore the oldest European settlement, or visit the Lantau Island to get a look at the giant Buddha. Hong Kong offers plenty of lush forests, white-sand beaches, rolling mountains and quaint fishing villages to explore.

Asian Markets are an excellent place to experience local flavors, homemade crafts and local food. Most major cities offer markets with shopping and restaurants.

Tips for Your Stay in Asia

It can be bewildering planning a trip to Russia’s gargantuan metropolis – Moscow. Many tourists leave with the feeling they had seen less than they’d hoped to, but three things not to be missed are visiting the Kremlin, strolling around Red Square and a night at the Bolshoi Theater.

In China, visit Shanghai’s Jade Buddha Temple which was built between 1911 and 1918. The seated Buddha is encrusted with jewels and weighs over 2200 lbs.

Don’t miss the Hong Kong Museum of History which boasts an expansive collection of 6,000 years of the territory’s cultural heritage and history.

Drop by the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Bangkok and test your bargaining skills at any of the thousands of stalls selling everything from antiques to flowers. Then head to the Jim Thompson House, a traditional Thai house that was once home to the most famous expat in Thailand: the American adventurer and entrepreneur who came to Bangkok during World War II as a US spy.

Elephanta Island, a short boat-ride from Mumbai, is home to the holy rock-cut temples dating back to 450 AD. Although these temples suffered major Portuguese vandalism they remain virtually untouched.

A trip to the UAE wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a ‘souk’. If you have to choose just one, the Deira’s Gold Souq is the place to pick up Indian and Arabian jewelry.

Half-Asian and half-European, Turkey’s unique mix contributes to its most illustrious landmark, the Haghia Sophia. This museum was once a Byzantine cathedral which was turned into a mosque until 1935.

While visiting Manila, the capital of the Philippines, head to Intramuros, the ancient walled city built by the Spaniards in the 16th century.

In Sri Lanka take a trip to the hillside city of Kandy where you’ll find the sacred tooth of Buddha in Dalada Maligawa.

After all that sightseeing in Kyoto relax in a hot spring resort, “Kurama Onsen”, one of the few bath houses close to the city.

Finding Flights from Asia

Flying to other locations from Asia is possible with the assistance of CheapFlights. The majority of the airlines that fly from the US to Asia, also provide return flights, including American Airlines, Delta, United, Japan Airlines and others. The busiest airport is the Beijing Capital International Airport, which flies to over 120 destinations including Hong Kong, Taiwan and the United States.

An airport shuttle bus runs approximately every 30 minutes from downtown Beijing to the airport to get travelers where they need to go. The peak traveling season in Asia is between March and September, so it’s always a good idea to give yourself plenty of time to arrive at the airport.

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