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Sydney to Auckland $566 Return Flying BUSINESS with LATAM Airlines


Depart: Sydney

Arrive: Auckland

Member of the One World Alliance

Dates: Departure must be on or before 30 August 2016; return date seems open for the whole next year until June 2017 (includes even around Christmas)

Stops: none (direct flight)

Airline: LATAM (Chile’s LAN airline has merged with Brazil’s TAM airline)

Lounge access: With an 11am departure from Sydney, you’ll have a couple of hours to enjoy the Sydney Qantas International Business Lounge. On the return leg, lucky the flight is early at 7:30am.

Cost: $566+ in Business Class return (one-way is more expensive than return)

Booking: Example dates in deal link above. Flights can be found on www.expedia.com.au by searching your dates.

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  • +3 votes

    If you're a Qantas Frequent Flyer, you'll also earn 80 status credits for the return trip and 3750 frequent flyer points. Whereas if you paid for a Qantas flight you'd get 160 status credits and 8500 frequent flyer points :)


    what is there to do in Auckland in 10 days?

    • +4 votes

      Get a cheap connecting flight to Queenstown and go ski?


        And Air New Zealand domestic flights can be super cheap too. We paid NZD40 OW from Auckland to Christchurch a few years ago, NZD30 Christchurch to Wellington

    • +4 votes

      spend few days in auckland.. do road trip to rotorua or wellington or bay of islands :). heaps of things to do. go to mt ruapehu for snow boarding :p.


      Hire a car and drive around the north island!

  • +6 votes

    This could even be worth nesting a NZ-AU flight in - Fly before aug 30, buy a cheap o/w flight back and book the return of this LAN flight sometime next year (or over xmas/NY break), and buy another o/w back to NZ in order to use this. Especially useful for those that need to visit soon, and also to offset the christmas price rises


    Was about to make use of this deal, until I discovered LATAM charge full fare for lap infants in their Business cabin. Might as well book them their own seat in that case!