How to travel around the world for only $1,280
The itinerary, which links together a series of ultra-cheap flight deals, includes stops in major destinations scattered across four continents.
To take advantage, you need to clear your calendar from October 11 until October 27.
The first flight — a non-stop trip with Norwegian Air Shuttle for $182 — departs from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on the morning of October 11. You’ll arrive in London the same time the next day.
Travelers will have two full days to explore the city, and enjoy London’s ample free attractions.
On October 15, the whirlwind trip continues with a trip to Dubai (the $160 Pegasus Airlines flight has a short stopover in Istanbul), which will last approximately two days. In the city of superlatives, you can admire the view from the top of the world’s tallest building, or shop for souvenirs in the world’s largest shopping mall. Be sure to spend an evening in the desert, amongst the sand dunes and stars.
The next leg of the itinerary is a long-haul trip to Sydney, which requires stops in Kochi, India as well as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
You’ll have almost four complete days to explore the sun-kissed Australian city (making obligatory stops at Bondi Beach and the iconic opera house, of course) before your flight to Honolulu, Hawaii on October 23. This non-stop trip with Jetstar Airways costs only $268.