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Act fast: non-stop from LA, NY and 1-stop from Chicago, Dallas and Washington on sale now!

The ongoing fare war to Australia means direct flights from both coasts are now below $600. 1-stop flights are also available for near the same price from Washington, Chicago, and Dallas as well, meaning there are options from all over the country. Fly February through June on Qantas or United, book through OTAs or the airlines directly. Qantas earns 25% EQM for AA while the United fares earn 100%.

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Sample Route

  • Departure: LAX
  • Stops: none
  • Arrival: SYD

How to Book

  • Follow link at Travelocity for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Mon – Thur departure, February – June, 2019
  • 7-day stay required
  • Deals from LAX, NYC, ORD, WAS, PHL, DFW among others

Things to DoSydney Opera House with blue lights

(SEE ALSO: 3 reasons to include a Blue Mountains day trip during a visit to Sydney)

Good luck and happy travels!

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