Cheap New York flights on Philippine Airlines from $789 return

Andrew Munro 31 March 2017

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You don't have to be a big spender to hit up the Big Apple with these cheap-as-chips flights.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Make your trip for less with these incredibly low prices. Philippine Airlines has New York return flights from $789 taking off from most of Australia's capital cities.

The last notable flight sales to New York were also on Philippine Airlines where prices started at $809 return, so these might well be some of the cheapest seats we've seen to New York to date.

These sale fares are for the period of September to November, with prices rising slightly for later travel periods.

All listed prices are roundtrips and include luggage. They're available as long as seats last though we wouldn't hold our breaths over how long that'll be.

Get New York flights from:

  • Melbourne to New York - $789 return
  • Brisbane to New York - $798 return
  • Darwin to New York - $801 return
  • Sydney to New York - $802 return
  • Perth to New York - $1,194 return
  • Adelaide to New York - $1,260 return

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