qf11 to aa for vegas
Qantas operates around 26 non-stop flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to Los Angeles weekly.
Sydney – Fourteen a week, 2 flights daily. QF107 departs at 11:50am and QF11 departs at 3:10pm.
Brisbane – Five flights a week. QF15 departs Brisbane International at 12:05pm on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Saturday.
Melbourne – Seven flights a week which is QF93 departing at 12:00pm every single day of the year.
A new entrant to the establish Pacific route dominated by Qantas, V Australia is a the international airline for Virgin Blue. V Australia’s entry to the market signalled the beginning of a price war with Qantas Airlines in the Australia/US route which has seen flights drop down to around $1200 return.
Sydney – Seven flights a week, VA1 leaves sydney at 9:05pm every night.
Brisbane – Three direct flights leave Brisbane each week. VA7 takes off to Los Angles ever Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am.
Melbourne – Two flights a week leave Tullamarine Airport for LA with VA11 taking to the sky at 11:45am every Saturday and Tuesday.
Another relatively new entry into the Australian market, Delta Airlines is a well establish American airline, but recently formed a partnership with V Australia and now code share a number of their international flights.
Sydney – Four flights weekly. Saturday and Monday both have flights with scheduled departures of 11:25am and 2:40am.
Flights from LA to Las Vegas
Most airlines operate direct flights to LA will have connecting domestic flights to Las Vegas. It is usually advised to stay a few nights in LA to shake the jet lag then get a domestic flight across to Las Vegas, with some of the many airlines such as;
- Delta Airways – Delta flys LAX to Las Vegas directly 4 to 5 times a day.
- American Airways – AA has 3 flights direct to Las Vegas every day of the year.