Premium Economy Flights from Melbourne to Los Angeles
Compare Premium Economy Flights from Melbourne to Los Angeles
Looking for a little more leg room on your next trip to Los Angeles? Webjet will help you compare the best rates on premium economy airfares between Melbourne and Los Angeles, whether you're booking last minute or securing a great rate ahead of time. Use our deal finder tools to compare the latest prices across airlines offering premium economy seats, and find an upgraded fare that matches your dates of travel.
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Los Angeles, USA - Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is the seventh busiest airport in the world and the busiest airport in the state of California. Los Angeles Airport is conveniently located south of Los Angeles, close to all of Los Angeles' premier tourist attractions like Hollywood and Disneyland.
Melbourne, Australia - Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL)
Melbourne Tullamarine Airport is the only international airport operating in the Melbourne area. Make travelling to Melbourne easier with Webjet's guide to the airport's terminals, car hire options and close hotel accommodation to Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport.
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