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Promoted 07-17-2017 by qwikwit at 12:11 PM View Original Post
Air Canada offers select Roundtrip Flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to Nagoya, Japan (NGO) from $414. Book flights on Priceline. Thanks serra

Note: To get the better pricing, choose a return date 7 days after departure. Also, try searching using "flexible" dates. These flights will make one stop in Vancouver (YVR).

Travel availability (subject to change):
  • Depart Los Angeles (LAX): Aug 30; Sept 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 19, 24; Oct 18
  • Returns: Sept 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 24, 26; Oct 22, 25
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Edited July 17, 2017 at 11:45 AM by annie930ny
Air Canada has round trip airfares travelling from Los Angeles (LAX) to Nagoya Japan (NGO) for $465 including taxes and fees. This makes 1 stop in Vancouver Canada (YVR).

Travel Availability:
Departs LAX: Aug 30; Sept 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 19, 24; Oct 18
Returns: Sept 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 24, 26; Oct 22, 25

Book this on Priceline [priceline.com]. Works best if you pick one of those departure dates and returning 7 days later. If $414 is not coming up for you, search using "flexible" dates.

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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours( $600 )everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Of course I have not checked every single date but as far as I'm concerned if you have to fly 20+ hours is not worth it no matter how much you save
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Some people genuinely don't feel that way. I agree with you which is why I fly in to Haneda if I can, plus there are usually good prices there for some reason. Much closer to the city and less hassle through immigration and customs plus no need to take the Narita Express or the hotel bus service so it's even cheaper!
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i meant to put how long the layover in vancouver was (i got 13 hrs) but i told my friend instead so when i typed it out, it kinda released from my mind.

anyways, i'm not a big fan of air canada because unless you're going to canada, it makes an inconvenient stop somewhere in canada.

however, that said...13 hrs in vancouver is a 2-in-1! i hear their chinatown closely resemble hong kong.
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nice find op.. travel deals are the best
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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours( $600 )everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Of course I have not checked every single date but as far as I'm concerned if you have to fly 20+ hours is not worth it no matter how much you save
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I hope i can reserve one at this price in 2020 so i can go see the olympics!
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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours...everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Hence the lower price?
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Hence the lower price?
Bahh a month ago I flew lax-Tokyo for $600 12 hours flight

$150 is not worth the extra 8+ hours

I actually used Chase points 58k per seat
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Bahh a month ago I flew lax-Tokyo for $600 12 hours flight

$150 is not worth the extra 8+ hours

I actually used Chase points 58k per seat
But Chubu is closer to the Toyota factory...
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Nice find! Wish i could set return date for April or May but at that price even missing the return would be worth it.
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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours( $600 )everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Of course I have not checked every single date but as far as I'm concerned if you have to fly 20+ hours is not worth it no matter how much you save
i meant to put how long the layover in vancouver was (i got 13 hrs) but i told my friend instead so when i typed it out, it kinda released from my mind.

anyways, i'm not a big fan of air canada because unless you're going to canada, it makes an inconvenient stop somewhere in canada.

however, that said...13 hrs in vancouver is a 2-in-1! i hear their chinatown closely resemble hong kong.
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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours( $600 )everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Of course I have not checked every single date but as far as I'm concerned if you have to fly 20+ hours is not worth it no matter how much you save
Some people genuinely don't feel that way. I agree with you which is why I fly in to Haneda if I can, plus there are usually good prices there for some reason. Much closer to the city and less hassle through immigration and customs plus no need to take the Narita Express or the hotel bus service so it's even cheaper!
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fml right when school starts again. I guess that makes sense for the price dip. Holding out for that convenient winter break/ spring break dates like last year.
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Bahh a month ago I flew lax-Tokyo for $600 12 hours flight

$150 is not worth the extra 8+ hours

I actually used Chase points 58k per seat
We flew AC - SEA-YYV-NRT and the last leg was like 8 hrs or so.....it wasnt bad actually and AC service was really good.....way better than UA.
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Slickdeals actually kinda late to this party.. I booked the actual deal dates from this 4 months ago. $362 round trip to Nagoya, only a 1 hour layover in vancouver.

I would suggest passing until the next deal, all the good dates with short layovers are gone.
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OP why don't you tell everyone how long is the flight with one layover?
Took same flight lax-Tokyo with no layover and it was 12 hours( $600 )everything I check based on the dates listed by you is a minimum 20 hours to an insane 32 hours flight
Of course I have not checked every single date but as far as I'm concerned if you have to fly 20+ hours is not worth it no matter how much you save
I noticed often times, OP just repost flight deals from other sites :-)
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