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Kayak.com lets you book 'Lost' flight

Buzz started spreading around on Twitter that you can find something awfully funny on travel search site Kayak.com: search for a one-way flight from Sydney to Los Angeles
Written by Caroline McCarthy, Contributor on
I can think of some people who would pay $4,839 for the chance to wind up on a beautiful tropical island where Matthew Fox routinely takes off his shirt--even if there were man-eating smoke monsters and vicious polar bears involved.


Buzz started spreading around on Twitter that you can find something awfully funny on travel search site Kayak.com: search for a one-way flight from Sydney to Los Angeles to take place on September 22, 2010, and one of the search results that pops up is Oceanic Airlines, the fictional airline made famous by TV sci-fi drama "Lost."

If you try to buy the ticket, it'll redirect you to a page on "Lost" fan wiki site Lostpedia; more specifically, the page for Oceanic Flight 815, which in the "Lost" mythology crash-landed on the show's mysterious uncharted island on September 22, 2004.

For more on this story, read "Kayak.com lets you book 'Lost' flight" on CNET.com

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