Need an exotic island escape this summer?  Fly from Los Angeles to sunny Mykonos, Greece for $761 roundtrip with this fantastic fare deal from five-star Qatar Airways. This is a phenomenal price for peak summer travel that requires only one connection between these two airports!

Travel Availability

Searching Qatar's website, I found seats departing Los Angeles LAX on Thursday, August 22, with return flights leaving from Mykonos JMK on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.

Departures are available on select Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays, starting in mid-August through the end of September.  A 7-day minimum stay is required.


This Economy fare includes 2 pieces of checked luggage, each not to exceed 23kg/50 lbs. Standard carry-on luggage must not exceed 7kg/15lbs.

Seat Assignments

You may choose your own assignments from standard economy class seats that are still available during or after booking.

Other Notes

When searching for this fare on may third-party sites, the initial fare price will come up much more expensive than what is being offered on the Qatar Airways site. So it's best to book directly with the airline and view seat availability on their own webpage.

Long Layovers

Most long layovers can be avoided, and I was able to find many trips with short connections such as the sample dates listed above. But you should take note that on some itineraries an extended daytime stopover in Doha (DOH) may be required. Qatar offers city tours at low prices, and some layovers may even qualify for a free hotel stay. Make the best of it and treat it as a 2-for-1 deal!

Related: 5 Airports That Offer Free City Tours During Layovers

See our fare details for booking info.

For more deals from the LA area, check out our Los Angeles (LAX) and Long Beach (LGB) departure deals pages.

Need a hotel in Mykonos? Here's what's available for the above dates on Hotelwatchdog.

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