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New York flights from $795 on Philippine Airlines

Posted: 21 March 2017 3:03 pm


You can now fly to New York from four Aussie cities for under $815 return.

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Philippine Airlines has done it again and is sending us across the world for a steal. Now you can get from either Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane or Darwin to New York on the 3-star carrier for under $815 return.

The cheapest fare is $795 which departs from Melbourne.

All fares include a stopover in Manila and are for travel between September and November 2017, which is great for those not wishing to brave a New York winter.

Flights and starting fares from these four cities are:

  • From Melbourne: $795
  • From Brisbane: $799
  • From Sydney: $803
  • From Darwin: $813

All fares are return. Long stopovers of 50+ hours may be required in Manila, which is just another excuse to get out and see the city or break up the flight. Alternatively, if you'd prefer a shorter flight these are available on the same dates from $1206 (based on Sydney to New York on 15 October to 14 November 2017).

We found these fares on I Want That Flight. You can book them or search for other flights here.

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