Flights Sale @ Air New Zealand  - Los Angeles Return from £341 | Hong Kong Return from £357
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Flights Sale @ Air New Zealand - Los Angeles Return from £341 | Hong Kong Return from £357

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Found 5th Mar 2009Made hot 5th Mar 2009
I've looked through the dates on both flights-

LA travelling May 5th and returning May 11th comes out at £341 all inc.
There are other dates available, it's just a case of seeing what suits you

Sales Period: to 30 Apr 09

Travel Period: commencing 27 Feb - 30 Jun or 22 Aug - 30 Nov 09


Hong Kong returns in the first week of May come out at £357 - all dates so far - again, check it out and see what suits you.

Sales Period: to 17 Mar 09

Travel Period: commencing 11 Apr - 21 Jun 09

14 Comments

Very nice, aren't return tickets to Japan normally £600+?

I would really like to go :-P

dont think they fly to japan

Ladeda, sadly Mattmerch is right - to fly Air NZ to Japan would mean going to Auckland first and that makes it quite a long trip. And almost certainly not for this price. I think I've seen Tokyo from London direct with Virgin for around the 450 mark before as one of their specials. But if you get the chance, Japan is an awesome place to visit - it's like falling into an alternate universe where you don't really understand anything, where things are stunningly efficient and clean, and people are incredibly polite. Even in the middle of Tokyo you can feel like a real oddity as there are so few westerners there. I spent three weeks in Japan last year and it was perhaps the best holiday I've ever had - but not for the usual reasons.

Back to this deal - I really rate Air NZ and I'm about to book the LA flight myself for next week.

Good prices though I'd doubt I will ever fly with them again, been on Air New Zealand a few times (as they were generally cheaper) and I have to say the hostesses there are a bit racist. They would generally be unfriendly and ignore us given the chance, but then happily greet other people. The worst time was when I was flying to back to U.K. It was like breakfast and this hostess asked me what food I wanted, I replied "Sorry, could you repeat that?" as I couldn't quite hear her, then she disgustingly snapped back in a sarcastic way. Needless to say I was a bit shocked so never again for me.

Hinch87;4563217

Good prices though I'd doubt I will ever fly with them again, been on Air … Good prices though I'd doubt I will ever fly with them again, been on Air New Zealand a few times (as they were generally cheaper) and I have to say the hostesses there are a bit racist. They would generally be unfriendly and ignore us given the chance, but then happily greet other people. The worst time was when I was flying to back to U.K. It was like breakfast and this hostess asked me what food I wanted, I replied "Sorry, could you repeat that?" as I couldn't quite hear her, then she disgustingly snapped back in a sarcastic way. Needless to say I was a bit shocked so never again for me.



Maybe she was just a bitch

Nah mate we experienced this was on all the flights, including my brother who went on a seperate flight and other members of my family.

Hot deal, shame the pound is so weak...

pjk;4563067

Ladeda, sadly Mattmerch is right - to fly Air NZ to Japan would mean … Ladeda, sadly Mattmerch is right - to fly Air NZ to Japan would mean going to Auckland first and that makes it quite a long trip. And almost certainly not for this price. I think I've seen Tokyo from London direct with Virgin for around the 450 mark before as one of their specials. But if you get the chance, Japan is an awesome place to visit - it's like falling into an alternate universe where you don't really understand anything, where things are stunningly efficient and clean, and people are incredibly polite. Even in the middle of Tokyo you can feel like a real oddity as there are so few westerners there. I spent three weeks in Japan last year and it was perhaps the best holiday I've ever had - but not for the usual reasons.Back to this deal - I really rate Air NZ and I'm about to book the LA flight myself for next week.




weird i goto japan twice a year for the last 6 years and always find tokyo full of westerners in comaparison to somewhere like hiroshima
great country to vist although due to exhange rate not the best time to go if you go you must get a rail pass saves u a fortune :thumbsup:

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Ladeda;4562576

Very nice, aren't return tickets to Japan normally £600+?I would really … Very nice, aren't return tickets to Japan normally £600+?I would really like to go :-P



mattmerch;4562822

dont think they fly to japan



Yeah the deal is for Hong Kong and Los Angeles, I'm not sure on any of the other locations, Japan for example, as I've not checked them out

Ladeda;4562576

Very nice, aren't return tickets to Japan normally £600+?I would really … Very nice, aren't return tickets to Japan normally £600+?I would really like to go :-P



please don't go there

Last-minute flight offers at ]netflights.com may work out cheaper.
LA £303 (not direct though. Directflights with United are about the same as Air NZ)
HK £332

Also browse the 'Latest offers' section on that site

I have flown air NZ many times and have always had the best service and found the people working aboard to go out of their way to make your trip a good one.

This is a great deal! :thumbsup:

mattmerch;4563396

weird i goto japan twice a year for the last 6 years and always find … weird i goto japan twice a year for the last 6 years and always find tokyo full of westerners in comaparison to somewhere like hiroshima great country to vist although due to exhange rate not the best time to go if you go you must get a rail pass saves u a fortune :thumbsup:



Maybe it was the time of year or the places I visitied :-) I played "spot the westerner" a few times in the early part of my trip - even in Tokyo Disneyland (which was packed) I saw 11 on one day and 6 on the another. Great tip about the rail pass - a real bargain and the trains run on time too.

I've just finished a holiday in New Zealand flying with Air New Zealand and I must say they are fantastic, would definitely fly with them again! Plus, it is free for British Citizens to join their frequent flyer club - part of the Star Alliance - the worlds biggest! Excellent service all round - the only downside is Heathrow have managed to lose my bag now I've returned. Apparently they mixed some of the bags up coming off of our flight with local Heathrow bags - ****ing idiots.
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