By Nahrain John @karryontravel06 Jul 2017The City of Angels is calling or perhaps you can hear the surf in Hawaii, the cool wind in Alaska or the sound of boots hiking in the Canadian Rockies – whatever’s pulling you towards North America, there’s no better time to go with flights available for less than $800 return. That’s right, less than $800! Topdeck has launched the special flight sale to coincide with the release of its 2018 USA & Canada brochure. To take advantage of the cheap airfare, travellers need to book a seven-day or more 2018 USA and Canada trip before 31 August 2017. $799 flights to Los Angeles will be operated by Virgin Australia, which recently relaunched its direct Melbourne-L.A. service. Holidaymakers that have already secured their flights but are still keen to book a 2018 Topdeck tour, will score a 10 percent discount on their trip instead. In 2018, Topdeck is heading to two new destinations – Alaska and Hawaii. Guests will be able to discover six million acres of wilderness with dog sledding, ice trekking and sea kayaking on a nine-day Alaskan Adventure, while those looking for a little more sunshine, shopping, surfing and snorkelling will enjoy the new seven-day Hawaii Highlights trip. Topdeck’s Regional Manager for Asia Pacific, Ben Ittensohn, said the 2018 brochure is not only packed with new destinations and great early bird savings, but affordable prices to some big bucket list adventures. “Each trip is designed to give the best possible cultural experience, with plenty of choice to take part in unique adventures, explore off the beaten track or simply relax in free time.” Ben Ittensohn, Topdeck Region Manager for Asia Pacific Travellers will also see more choice in the program’s Hostel Plus range, which provide vibrant social scenes in unforgettable places. $799 flights or a 10% discount? Which are you leaning towards? Other stories you may like 10 years of Tigerair = $10 Super Sale fares Garuda Indonesia adds more flights to Bali from Australia Where to find the only free amusement park in Los Angeles?