Monday, January 18, 2010
Fare Sale Fly United Business Class to Los Angeles Return From $5802.00* Including Taxes
Sydney, Australia – 19 January 2010 – Continuing a commitment to providing competitive fares across the trans-Pacific, United is offering the following sale fares:
-Fly Business Class Sydney to Los Angeles return from $5499 plus taxes of $322*
-Fly Economy Business Class Melbourne to Los Angeles $5499 plus taxes of $303*
Alison Espley, General Manager Australia and New Zealand, United Airlines said; “At United we recognise the ongoing demand from our customers to provide an exceptional product at a competitive price. We hope this sale offering meets the expectations of all our business class customers.” This offer is available for ticketing until 26 January 2010 and for departures from now until 31 March 2010.
* Taxes subject to change until time of booking.
Conditions: Ticketing must be completed 24 hours after reservation when purchasing from your local AFTA travel agent, or, at time of booking via www.unitedairlines.com.au or by 26 January 2010; whichever comes first.
United Airlines (Nasdaq: UAUA) operates approximately 3,300* flights a day on United and United Express to more than 200 U.S. domestic and international destinations from its hubs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago and Washington, D.C. With key global air rights in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and Latin America, United is one of the largest international carriers based in the United States. United also is a founding member of Star Alliance, which provides connections for our customers to 916 destinations in 160 countries worldwide. United's 48,000 employees reside in every U.S. state and in many countries around the world. News releases and other information about United can be found at the company's Web site at united.com.
* Based on United's forward-looking flight schedule for July 2009 to June 2010.
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