Australia friendly LAX – EGE flight schedules are ready to book!

May. 12, 2015

Australia friendly flights to Vail
The American Airlines flight schedule between Los Angeles (LAX) and Vail/Eagle County Airport (EGE) makes it easy for Australians to ski Vail and Beaver Creek!

The Aussie-friendly timing works out so that you can ski the same day as arrival and departure – hands down the best cure for jet lag.

Vail/Eagle County Airport is located only 45km from Beaver Creek and 56km from Vail, with door-to-door transfers to your lodging in Vail or Beaver Creek available in private, chauffeured four-wheel drive vehicles and shuttles with Colorado Mountain Express.

Daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Vail/Eagle County Airport operates from December to April, offering access to Vail and Beaver Creek over the Christmas/New Year break, January school holiday period as well as the March Easter break. 

FLIGHT SCHEDULE

Departure 

  • Qantas flight #11, departs Sydney 11:50am, and arrives in Los Angeles at 6:35am
  • American flight #2193 departs Los Angeles at 9:30am, and arrives Vail/Eagle at 12:50pm – allowing you to ski the same day as you arrive

Return

  • American flight #2190 departs Vail/Eagle at 7:05pm – allowing you a full last day on the slopes – and arrives Los Angeles 8:25pm
  • Qantas flight #12 departs Los Angeles at 10:05pm, arrives Sydney 8:05am (plus 2 days)

For those choosing to complement their ski holiday with a visit to other U.S. destinations, American Airlines also offers daily, non-stop flights from Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 through Sunday, April 5, 2015 between Vail/Eagle County Airport and New York Kennedy, Miami, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Chicago Airports.

Planning to ski for more than 6 days? The Epic Pass™ is the best lift pass deal in the ski industry offering unlimited, unrestricted skiing and riding at Vail; Beaver Creek; Breckenridge; Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado, Canyons in Park City, Utah, Heavenly; Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe. 

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