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You had me at Tokyo, but you won me with A350 or 787. You just can’t beat Japan, but you also can’t beat the Airbus A350 or Boeing 787 Dreamliner when it comes to fighting jet lag and passenger comforts. SAS, LOT and Qatar Airways fly their best birds to Tokyo . The airline has hot fares out of London, and at these prices there’s a lot to love for one stop flying comfort on brand new planes…

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One day, I’ll practice my pouty face and do bathroom selfies to help sell credit cards to the masses.

Tokyo Business Class Deals

SAS is a top airline offering a fantastic business class seat in 1-2-1 layout, and so is Qatar Airways, which flies the Qsuite with privacy door. Both are available for £1750.  LOT is no slouch either, also operating 1-2-1 business class seats, and they’ve got flights as low as £1550. Most options fly into Tokyo Haneda, which is the city’s far more convenient airport, making these offers even more desirable.

With each airline within £200 of each other, the only question is: which one, or – Star Alliance or Oneworld?!

a wooden structure with a blue skyTokyo Travel Dates

Dates vary by airline, so we’ll break down your options for each.

SAS: These deals have limited dates over a couple month. You can travel outbound with SAS at these prices from: August 11th – 23rd and then December 20th – 29th.

LOT: If you want a wider range of dates, Star Alliance airline LOT (Polish) flies a 787 Dreamliner and has availability from May through end of year, as low as 1591. Most months you’ll want to look for departures on Thursday or Friday, but toward the end of the year, Tuesdays become available as well.

Qatar Airways: Qatar has 1850 available for the last week of May (19-27),  July (6-9), and then from September 14th through December 10th. You can fly out of Gatwick or Heathrow.

SAS Business Class BedHow to Book Tokyo In Business Class

There are great options here with two out of the three major alliances and a variety of travel dates for 2020. If it came down to “product’ and not “price”, it’s tough to beat Qatar Airways at £1750, but to save £200 or more, Star Alliance fans – or bargain fans – will find SAS or LOT to be fantastic in their own right.

We’ve made easy to use booking links which take you to the lowest prices for each airline, so take a peek and play with dates, like…

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Hullo Gilbert, How are you? I used to do a million miles a year but have slowed down now. Liked your idea of the gulf air flight to Tokyo from London. im looking at around the middle of july. Do help me with your suggestions. cheers sanjiv

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