Sale: Los Angeles and San Francisco flights from $838 return on Air New Zealand

Posted: 23 March 2017 4:36 pm


Air New Zealand has the USA on sale in 2017.

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

San Francisco and Los Angeles have gone on sale with all return flights under $1,000 taking off from cities around Australia. The sale ends on 12 April 2017 and prices include meals and luggage.

San Francisco flights are for the period of May to December depending on the departure city, while Los Angeles flights are for the period of June to October depending on the route.

Prices like these are hard to find, even for sale prices. In fact, the same flights are even cheaper through I Want That Flight than when you book directly through Air New Zealand. Travel periods are from May to November depending on the route.

These are the cheapest fares found to San Francisco during the sale:

  • Melbourne to San Francisco - $840 return
  • Brisbane to San Francisco - $849 return
  • Sydney to San Francisco - $850 return
  • Adelaide to San Francisco - $949 return
  • Perth to San Francisco - $978 return

These are the cheapest fares found to Los Angeles during the sale:

  • Melbourne to Los Angeles - $838 return
  • Brisbane to Los Angeles - $849 return
  • Sydney to Los Angeles - $850 return
  • Gold Coast to Los Angeles - $901 return

Booking: Pick routes and book online through I Want That Flight to get these prices while they last.

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