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Qantas and Tourism Australia Celebrate G'DAY USA with up to 40% off International Economy, 55% off Premium Economy and 50% off Business Fares
By: PR Newswire
Jan. 11, 2013 07:53 PM
NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- G'DAY USA, the biggest annual celebration of all things Australian in America, is launching this week around the country. Qantas Airways - Australia's premier airline - is kicking off the festivities by offering travelers huge savings on departures from Los Angeles, Dallas and New York as part of the "There's Nothing like Australia" campaign in conjunction with Tourism Australia.
These special fares must be booked by January 16, 2013:
Fares from Los Angeles start from $1,298 round trip in International Economy, $2,354 round trip in Premium Economy and $6,154 round trip in Business on select flights to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane.
* Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights. Other restrictions apply.
To book the G'DAY USA travel deals, visit www.qantas.com/gday
About Qantas Airways
Qantas is the only airline offering A380 service from the U.S. on select non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Sydney and to Melbourne. The Qantas A380 features aircraft interiors designed by internationally renowned industrial designer and Qantas Creative Director Marc Newson. Qantas has also introduced refurbished interiors on selected Boeing 747-400 aircraft (B747) offering more customers a premium flying experience, including state-of-the-art Airbus A380-style seats and in-flight entertainment units. Providing 37 flights per week from the U.S., Qantas offers 34 nonstop flights from Los Angeles (to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane), daily flights from Dallas/Fort Worth to Brisbane/Sydney, daily services from JFK via Los Angeles and three services per week from Honolulu to Sydney.
SOURCE Qantas Airways
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