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1. Posted by jonasxox (First Time Poster 1 posts) 5y

jonasxox has indicated that this thread is about Melbourne

Can anybody help me choose the best US Airlines to get into Melbourne this summer? Something that offers great discounts. I have received some great US Airlines Letters but i want to ask some suggestions to you guys! Thanks!

2. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 5y

Pretty sure V Australia will be your best bet. I flew to the US twice last year and both times they came up cheapest. And I have to add that the planes they fly to/from the US are decked out beautifully - very good entertainment system, decent food and the legroom wasn't half bad either.

But have a look around at some comparison sites and see what comes up!

3. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1992 posts) 5y

I would not fly a US carrier - very poor service compared with the competition. V Australia is good and Air New Zealand is also one of the best. In my opinion, the worst airline into AU is United Airlines. The nice thing about V Australia is brand new planes - the B777-300. Go to Skytrax reviews and read all about the airlines.

A current deal from Qantas for their Aussie Airpass from the USA

You should give more details of your requirements - departure airport, dates, etc.

By the way, are we talking Australia or Florida???

[ Edit: Edited on 18-Jan-2011, at 12:53 by Daawgon ]

4. Posted by aussiemate (Budding Member 9 posts) 5y

Hey matey, what you have read so far is spot on. V Australia , qantas and Air New Zealand are your best bet. I fly qantas often to the US and though often seen as more expensive come up cheaper when on sale. V Australia for an ecconomy ticket would be your cheapest overall. If you have the little bit extra to spend qantas premium ecconomy and V Australia is hard to beat for price and service.
Cheers Bevan

5. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 5y

Quoting Daawgon

In my opinion, the worst airline into AU is United Airlines.

Agreed on this - at least out of the airlines I've flown with! :)

6. Posted by flyingbob (Inactive 842 posts) 5y

Do you want the most direct service, or a cheaper option with stopovers?