Cheap flights to USA: Salt Lake City, Charlotte and Atlanta from $879 return

Andrew Munro 11 April 2017 NEWS

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See all three for under $1,000 roundtrip.

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American Airlines and Qantas are both offering great deals on USA flights right now, with three options going for less.

Get to Salt Lake City, Atlanta and Charlotte from Brisbane, Melbourne or Sydney for under $1,000. These destinations don't go on sale too often, and it's hard to find USA flights this cheap that's aren't to Los Angeles or San Francisco, especially with quality all-inclusive airlines like Qantas.

If Salt Lake City (Utah), Atlanta (Georgia) or Charlotte (North Carolina) is on your radar, it might be time to grab a flight. All flights from Sydney are direct, while other departure points include a stopover in Sydney.

These are not part of any specific sale and are available until sold out. All sale flights are for travel from April to June.

The flights under $1,000 include:

  • Melbourne to Charlotte - $879 return
  • Brisbane to Charlotte - $880 return
  • Sydney to Salt Lake City - $890 return
  • Brisbane to Salt Lake City - $906 return
  • Brisbane to Atlanta - $933 return

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