Sydney to LA return for $ 600: Super cheap flights like United Airlines flash sale – but be quick

Sydney to LA returns for $ 700: Super cheap flights while United Airlines lowers prices – but you better jump in quickly

  • A return flight from Sydney will only cost you $ 740 or $ 370 each way
  • The 15-hour flight is the second longest in Australia and runs from May to June
  • United also cut the direct flight from Sydney to Houston back to $ 747

United Airlines offers super cheap flights from Sydney to Los Angeles.

The return flight from Sydney costs just $ 740, – slower than just $ 370 each way. This offer runs from May to June.

The 15-hour flight is Australia's second longest – with Qantas & Perth to London taking the top spot at 15 hours and 40 minutes.

The return flight from Sydney costs just $ 740, - slower than just $ 370 - the offer runs from May to June

The return flight from Sydney costs just $ 740, – slower than just $ 370 – the offer runs from May to June

But if a vacation in LA doesn't tempt you, United has also broken their direct flight from Sydney to Houston to $ 747 return – in August.

United Airlines uses 787-9 Dreamliners for Australian routes – meaning that passengers can enjoy larger windows and better air quality.

You can also get more closed eyes, because the Dreamliners are quieter than other aircraft.

Virgin Australia advertises with rates from $ 683 and Delta from $ 728 – between April and July 2019.

But it is not only the US that is for sale, this week budget company Scoot published flights from Australia to Greece for just over $ 300.

Passengers can travel to Athens for $ 309 from Perth, $ 319 from the Gold Coast and $ 329 from Sydney and Melbourne, as part of their April sale.

The deal only lasts until April 12 – but you can pay these prices by March to 2020.

Passengers can travel to Athens for $ 309 from Perth, $ 319 from the Gold Coast and $ 329 from Sydney and Melbourne, as part of Scoot & # 39; s April sale

Passengers can travel to Athens for $ 309 from Perth, $ 319 from the Gold Coast and $ 329 from Sydney and Melbourne, as part of Scoot & # 39; s April sale

Passengers can travel to Athens for $ 309 from Perth, $ 319 from the Gold Coast and $ 329 from Sydney and Melbourne, as part of Scoot & # 39; s April sale

But there is a catch – things like luggage and food will cost more. An extra cost of $ 137 gives you a checked bag of 20 kilograms, a meal, a drink and a snack.

Despite the additional costs, Australians are still on top – normally a return ticket from Australia to Europe costs anywhere from $ 1,300.

A ticket on Qatar Airways for the same route from Sydney to Athens in May and June would return you $ 1,461.

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