California dreaming? Flights to Los Angeles during summer are now $763 return
Dream no more, travellers.
Flights to the sunny shores of Los Angeles are now down to $763 return thanks to cheap flights on Skyscanner and BYOJet's latest coupon code.
Doing a search on flight aggregator Skyscanner's website, for cheap flights to Los Angeles, the cheapest starts at $790 return from Cairns.
While BYOJet isn't the cheapest option that Skyscanner pulls up, it is one of the lowest. When you use the coupon code FOLLOWTOFLY30 on BYOJet's payment page, this takes your flight down $30 to $763 return.
Here's an example of what you'll see:
Other flights you can catch include Melbourne to Los Angeles from $807 (down to $777 with the code), Sydney to Los Angeles from $824 ($794 with code), Brisbane to Los Angeles from $827 ($797 with code) and Adelaide to Los Angeles from $896 (down to $866 with the code).
Overall, the cheapest flights we found were with Air New Zealand for June travel. There's no set end-date to this sale or coupon code, so get in quick before they end!
Search for your flight now through Skyscanner, click on BYOJet and see how much you can fly for.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Great. Getting a flight to Los Angeles for under $800 return is our benchmark for a bargain fare. You'll sometimes find them drop below $700 though this is rare and often for less desirable winter dates.
- Airline: Great. Air New Zealand is a full service carrier and tickets include checked luggage, meals and in-flight entertainment.
- Travel time: Good. While not the fastest trip to Los Angeles for Aussies as they include a transfer in New Zealand, they're not the most inconvenient either. The average flight from Gold Coast is 17-18 hours, which adds only a few hours of transit to your trip.
- Weather: Great. June is the beginning of summer and is one of the best times to visit for weather sans the crowds.
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