Cheap Flights: Dallas to Melbourne $595 r/t – Air Canada

[11/03/2018 @ 4:31 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline

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Air Canada has round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to Melbourne (MEL) for $595, with a connection. Flights February to March. Australian ETA (a Visa) required. No Holidays.

Note: This deal has a long (5-hour or 6-hour) connection on the departing flight and a regular (1-hour) connection on the return.

Note: This fare will not show up on a regular “round-trip” search. Use the links provided below or construct your own itinerary using one-ways (DFW-YVR / YVR-MEL / MEL-YVR / YVR-DFW).

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I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.

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2 Comments

  1. JL Petersen said:

    When I click your links the price is confirmed but I need a two week trip. I cannot figure out how to create the same type of itinerary on Priceline. How do you combine the 4 one way flights into one trip? When I do them each individually, using the same departure date as one of your examples, I cannot even come close to the price you are finding, the one-way from Vancouver to Melbourne is over $1,000
    What am I missing?

    November 3, 2018

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