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United Airlines launches Australia - Los Angeles Business Class Promotion

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 United Airlines has launched a Business Class promotion offering flights from Sydney to Los Angeles return from A$6876 and Melbourne to Los Angeles return from A$6859, including applicable taxes, fees and surcharges.

Alison Espley, General Manager United Airlines Australia and New Zealand, said, “United Airlines is 100% committed to the Australian market and we are very pleased to be offering our customers the opportunity to experience United’s new Business Class product at such a competitive rate.”

Business Class passengers will experience United Airlines’ multi-million dollar upgrade including 180 degrees, two metre long completely lie-flat seats as well as 150 hours of on-demand programming viewed on a 38cm wide screen.

To take advantage of this deal all flights must be purchased at least 90 days prior to departure with all tickets being non-refundable.

This competitive rate also applies to flights departing Sydney and Melbourne to San Francisco Chicago and New York return.

The above pricing may vary slightly due to variations in taxes and refers only to travel between Monday and Thursday. Additional weekend surcharges apply for travel between Friday and Sunday. Any changes before or after departure will incur a A$250 fee plus the assessment of a new ticket at current fare levels, if required.

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