Friday, November 13, 2015

Now it's easier—and cheaper—than every to
take a trip to Hobbiton. It's now cheaper than ever to
book a flight to New Zealand, thanks to a little healthy competition amongst
airlines.
This week, American Airlines announced that it would begin non-stop
service from its Los Angeles hub to New Zealand in June 2016.
In doing so, it
became the first airline to compete with Air New Zealand since Qantas ended
service on that route in 2012.
Travelers are winning all-around since the news broke, as the Kiwi carrier
slashed its rates from May through August to $328 in response.
Last month, United also tossed its hat into the Auckland ring—they'll
be servicing New Zealand with nonstop flights, three times a week, from San
Francisco starting in 2016.
Christopher Luxon, Air New Zealand's CEO, told the New Zealand Herald,
"We're read for [the competition] and we look forward to it." If
you've been waiting for a reason to visit the land of the hobbits, there's
no better time than next summer. Nothing like a little
healthy competition amongst airlines, right? Thanks to a new nonstop route
announced by American Airlines, the Kiwi flag carrier, Air New Zealand, has
dropped its fares dramatically.
Here's what's happening—and how you can get
it on the deal.

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