Have you even heard of the Sky Couch?!
There’s a lot to love in Los Angeles, and there’s no reason for your journey there to be any different. Air New Zealand wins awards each and every year for their refined economy service, including the legendary SkyCouch and right now the airline is offering hot deals to a place where the weather is almost guaranteed to be the same. If a little fall, winter or spring sun in Los Angeles is what you’re looking for – look no more.
Air New Zealand, like all airlines is being forced to drop prices thanks to competition from pesky Norwegian Airlines. They compete, we get low deals – cheers to that. For just £379 all in, round trip, you can jet off on direct flights to LA, with some of the best legroom and amenities offered by any airline in the sky. Oh, and unlike *others* – you still get a complimentary checked bag, in addition to your carry on allowance. Yep, pack the high heels or three piece suit, you got plenty of room.
These deals are wide open for travel from October 2018 thru June 2019. Dates in December are far more limited than other months and if you want to pick a day, any day – November, January, February and March have these deals virtually every day. The only requirement with these prices is at least one Saturday night stay, so if you leave on a Friday, you could return on a Sunday, but if you leave on a Sunday, you’ll need to stay long enough to stay through Saturday again – you get the gist.
Walking on Venice Beach – easy. Booking these flights: also easy. You can book these deals directly with Air New Zealand, for the easiest chance to bid for upgrades or bid for the dreamy SkyCouch, which turns three economy seats into a legitimately comfortable bed in the sky. With some of the last minute upgrade offers in the Air New Zealand web app or phone app, you can afford to bring your own champagne! Here are the best round trip deals from London to Los Angeles on Google Flights. Simply change the dates and play around to find something that works, and book. Oh and here are the tourist mistakes you’ll want to avoid in Los Angeles.