Los Angeles flights from $726 return

Posted: 11 April 2018 12:38 pm

It's impossible to go wrong with these prices.

Los Angeles is popular for all the right reasons, the stars of Hollywood, exclusive shopping on Rodeo Drive and palm tree-lined boulevards along sunny coastlines.

Now you can experience it all for yourself with some of the lowest prices we’ve seen this year. We’re talking flights from Melbourne to Los Angeles from as low as $726 return flying with Xiamen Airlines.

You can also score return flights from Sydney for $860 and Brisbane for $870 on Fiji Airways and Perth for $886 and Adelaide for $994 on China Southern Airlines.

This sale ends when seats are sold out and available flight dates are from April to November with the cheapest dates in April and May.

Go for the April or May dates if you want clear beach weather without all the summer crowds, or the later dates if you're up for visiting the theme parks.

To book check out I Want That Flight online where you can search for your ideal dates and book your seat.

Once you’ve secured your spot, check out our list of top Los Angeles hotels that won’t break the budget to continue your savings spree.

How good are these fares?

These are the cheapest fares we ever found to Los Angeles this year, with last December coming in at the closest with Melbourne to Los Angeles flights for $737 return. Sure, they're only for Melbourne, but all other cities are still sitting pretty on fares under $1,000 return.

List of flights on sale to Los Angeles

FromToReturn fareTravel datesBook
MelbourneLos Angeles$726June - NovemberBook your Los Angeles flight
SydneyLos Angeles$860June - NovemberBook your Los Angeles flight
BrisbaneLos Angeles$870June - NovemberBook your Los Angeles flight
PerthLos Angeles$886June - NovemberBook your Los Angeles flight
AdelaideLos Angeles$944June - NovemberBook your Los Angeles flight

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