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Which airline to fly with to melbourne?

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Hey guys ill be flying from kansas city, missouri USA to melbourne, australia in september. I am in the verge of just buying an airline ticket, with that being said, i already have my ETA tourist visa also.

Ive looked into airline tickets and the cheapest one is United. It runs from 1400 to 1500 round trip.

Qantas is in the mid range cost. 1600-1800

Highest airline that i also wanted to fly with is American. It ranges from 1700-1900

I had experienced flying with qantas before when i was 8 yrs old from manila, philippines to melborune. I would rate that flight 9/10 because i just loved it! There was a lot of cool stuff or things onboard on that 747 plane.

I have never flown with United and American.

So which airline should i choose guys?

Thanks!!!!!!!!!

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