Deal Alert: Cheap Business Class Flights to Europe on Delta and BA

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We’ve seen a bunch of cheap flights domestically lately, and today we finally are seeing some cheap business class fares to Europe for much of the rest of this year and into next year on several airlines including American Airlines, United, British Airways and Delta from several cities both in the US and to Europe.

You can search for these cheap flights on Orbitz or on Google Flights, which is available primarily in October, November, December of this year and even into 2016. In addition, you may way to check out booking these with British Airways and using the $400 off for the AARP discount, should you qualify to save even more.

Here’s a look at some sample flights:

Phoenix to London for $1,524 round-trip on Delta:

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Dallas to London for $1,524 round-trip on Delta:

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New York to Madrid for $1,526 on American Airlines in Business Class:

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New York to Zurich for $1,585 on American Airlines in Business Class:

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New York to Barcelona for $1,538 on American Airlines in Business Class:

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Los Angeles to London for $2,020 round-trip on United:

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Bottom Line:

If you’re looking to head to Europe in Business Class, be sure to check out these cheap flights and get in on them while you can as they won’t last long! Also, this is still a decent way to rack up some elite-qualifying miles, you might want to consider these domestic trips for mileage runs as well.

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Do you plan booking this deal, feel free to let us know!

 

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Comments

  1. Just booked RST-DUS business all the way (except the CRJ flight) for my 70 year old parents. We’ve been eyeing the price and $1,500 for coach is definitely not worth it when it’s only $1,900 for business! Thanks!

  2. I bought three PDX-LHR Delta business-class flights at $1,600 round-trip, including tax. That’s only about $300 more than economy-class. I’m using miles and certificates to position to PDX from DTW. It’s a deal, if you ask me. I’ll get a good amount of MQMs, too. It looks like the sale applied to all airports west of Chicago on Delta. I really wanted to do HNL-LHR but couldn’t position there.

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