New York flights from $892 return

Posted: 16 March 2018 12:24 pm

You can now fly to New York from three Aussie cities for under $920 return.

Make your trip for less with these incredibly low prices. Philippine Airlines has New York return flights from $892 taking off from three Australian capital cities.

The best fare we found is for flights from Melbourne to New York from $892 return.

You can also score cheap flights from Sydney for $908 and Brisbane from $914 return.

Travel is for select dates in September and October which is one of the best times to visit New York. You can expect mild, but warm, temperatures (6-27°C) with fewer crowds for comfortable sightseeing.

These flights involve layovers in Manila with possible overnighters. You can rest your head in a hotel nearby, explore the massive Mall of Asia for some cheap shopping and local food or if you’re organised, book a half-day sightseeing trip around the city.

Philippines Airlines is a full-service carrier, so you won’t have to pay extra for checked bags and in-flight meals.

Remember, this isn’t part of any particular sale, so get on to Skyscanner now or prepare to miss out.

How good are these fares?

Philippines Airlines has dared to go lower than this before with flights as cheap as $789 return but if New York is on your wish list then this could be as good as we’re going to get this time around.

New York flights on sale:

FromToTravel datesReturn fareBook
MelbourneNew YorkSeptember - October 2018$892Book your New York flight
SydneyNew YorkSeptember - October 2018$908Book your New York flight
BrisbaneNew YorkSeptember - October 2018$914Book your New York flight

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