Flights to USA from Australia down to less than $800 return

Alex Keshen 12 January 2017 NEWS


Choose from six cities across the USA, including Las Vegas and Seattle.

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Flights to the USA are at an extreme low, with fares to multiple destinations available for less than $800 return departing Sydney.

The cheapest destination to fly to is Las Vegas, with flights coming in at $764 return, followed by Atlanta and Seattle, both available for $767 return.

Ideal for both those looking to catch the end of the ski season or the beginning of the comfortable spring weather, these fares are available on select dates from February until June.

These flights are with American Airlines, a partner of Qantas within the oneworld alliance.

Checked bags, in-flight meals and entertainment are included in the basic fare. American Airlines also offers Wi-Fi on most of its planes for $12 for two hours on international flights.

These fares aren’t part of a larger American Airlines sale and can sell out at any time.

From To Dates Price
Sydney Las Vegas February until June $764
Sydney Atlanta February until June $767
Sydney Seattle February until June $767
Sydney Minneapolis January until June $767
Sydney Los Angeles May and June $768
Sydney Salt Lake City March until May $768

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