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Amazing deal: Los Angeles to Papua New Guinea flight roundtrip as low as $465.

DEPART:
Los Angeles, USA or San Francisco, USA

ARRIVE:
Papua New Guinea

RETURN:
Los Angeles, USA or San Francisco, USA

LAYOVER:
Honolulu, USA and Brisbane, Australia

AVAILABILITY: 2016

From Los Angeles
Departures: August 5, 12, 19, 26, 31
Return: August 16, 23, 30, September 6, 20

From San Francisco 
Departures: August 19, 26, 31
Return: September 11, 13

Looks like to be an error fare. We recommend to postpone with booking any accommodations until tickets will be confirmed and issued! At least several weeks if you have distant tickets. There is a small chance that tickets can be cancelled. Though may be honored. This fare is only to your consideration.

We have seen similar combinations of Hawaiian and Virgin with such low price and they were error-fares.

AIRLINE:
Hawaiian, Virgin

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