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There’s nothing better than a vacation to rejuvenate. Actually, yes, there is, a business class vacation is definitely better. Qatar Airways are back (again) with some excellent business class fares, tempting us to make the left turn at boarding, flying flat the whole way to some amazing places. Cape Town anyone? Perhaps Thailand? Dubai? Let’s go!

The Deals

Qatar are offering quite a few good two for one deals from a few locations in Europe, with perhaps the best being found from Amsterdam (AMS), though additional deals are available from Germany, France and Norway for a few hundred more. You can find round trip flights to Bangkok (BKK) for £908 (€1172), Cape Town (CPT) for £1073 (€1385), Hong Kong (HKG) for £1057 (€1365) and Dubai (DXB) for £875 (€1130). These prices are based on two traveling, and are just a tad higher if you’re flying solo. Many of these routes will also feature at least one segment each way on Qatar’s most luxurious A380 complete with business class on board BAR, or their stunning new 787 Dreamliner.

The Dates

These fares are available from September 2016 – May of 2017, giving you a wide range of options. As a matter of note, your first search may not return the lowest prices. Simply look at the seven day (or 15 day) calendar to see the prices described and BOOK!

How To Book

As is almost always the best practice, you can book these fares direct on Qatar Airways HERE. By booking direct you ensure full miles, elite status points and the best customer service experience if you need to make changes. Have a browse and snag something great. These are exceptional prices, some of which are bordering the current economy prices to these destinations. BOOK HERE.

Expert Tips

I highly suggest entering a British Airways or American Airlines frequent flyer number to collect points and elite status from these trips. Yes, for those that don’t already know, you can earn miles from a different airline than the one you’re actually flying. You’ll earn tons of miles and near instant elite status, securing lounges for an entire calendar year, even if you must head back to economy! We have a guide featuring five perfect days in Cape Town HERE. Enjoy!

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