Airfare Pricing Tips to Australia & the South Pacific
Airfare Pricing to Australia and the South Pacific is significantly affected by the “Dates” you chose to travel. Typically there are three travel seasons: Basic, Shoulder and Peak. ‘Basic’ is the cheapest (low season) and typically has cooler climates with the lowest demand for travel. ‘Shoulder’ is in-between ‘Peak’ and ‘Low’. ‘Peak’ (high season) has the most demand for travel and is typically over the Christmas Holidays.
Airfare Pricing Seasonality Dates
Basic Season (cheapest): 1MAY-8JUN and 24JUL-17SEP*
Example: The Standard Published Return Fare from Los Angeles to Sydney is approximately $2000 including tax.
Shoulder Season (in-between):1FEB-30APR, 9JUN-23JUL, 18SEP-8DEC *
Example: The Standard Published Return Fare from Los Angeles to Sydney is approximately $2200 including tax.
Peak Season (most expensive):9DEC – 31JAN*
Example: The Standard Published Return Fare from Los Angeles to Sydney is approximately $2700 including tax.
* These dates & prices are set by the airlines and may change at any time without notice. Dates are USA Departure Dates. In some cases, it may be cheaper to travel on “Monday – Thursday” and more expensive on “Friday – Sunday”.
Seasonality Dates by Airline
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