Arguably, one of the most appealing things about being a frequent flier is the ability for one to enjoy cocktails while traveling without having to be concerned about getting DUIs and other nice law enforced punishments for imbibing prior to operating a vehicle. Of course, most airlines charge something akin to five bucks per pony bottle of spirits, in addition to whatever soft drink you may want to mix it with. However, this may not be the case for passengers en route to the land-down-under.
Up until recently, Qantas Airlines has been the only carrier to offer unlimited free alcoholic drinks on their flights from Los Angeles to Sydney route, since all other major US airlines have removed such services in years past. However, Delta airlines has now decided that following suite with the provision of free alcohol may help them garner attention from long-distance travelers, by offering free beer and wine on their flights.
Selections that include Amstel, Heineken brands are among the perks now offered by Delta on their L.A. to Sydney flights, and as a result of competiton in going-fares, passengers can get tickets for flights such as this, there-and-back, at the lowest rates ever, when factoring inflation and other economic influences in with the costs. Therefore, once all taxes and surcharges are added, a round-trip flight to Australia can cost as little as $741. That AND free import beer (or wine for those of you who desire something a little less filling) equals a happy way to kick back on your way to the Out-Back this summer.