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SFO to PVG (Flight times)

SFO to PVG (Flight times)

  1. Woodrow

    Can someone please provide some insight as to how United flies SFO to PVG an hour and a half shorter than China Eastern? Also, I am assuming China Eastern’s reverse herringbone is newer and nicer than United’s 747 business?

  2. MarkS

    China Eastern stops for a smoke break. 4 engines versus 2?

    United is right.

    Cirrus seat on China Eastern, they are nice ride.
    [URL]http://www.rewardflying.com/airlines1/2016/2/17/china-eastern[/URL]

  3. Woodrow

    [QUOTE=”MarkS, post: 21745, member: 2121″]China Eastern stops for a smoke break. 4 engines versus 2?

    United is right.

    Cirrus seat on China Eastern, they are nice ride.
    [URL]http://www.rewardflying.com/airlines1/2016/2/17/china-eastern[/URL][/QUOTE]
    Funny…both answers crossed my mind. Could they really gain that much time with more engines? Thanks!

  4. MarkS

    No, the 747 can travel marginally faster but not that much. They just built a lot of ground time into schedule most likely.

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