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Bali or Cape Town? Both? Since we’ve found an amazing flight deal allowing you to enjoy the most award winning flat bed business class out there for a fraction of the price, the hardest decision is not “whether” to go, but where. Deal alert! The best destinations are on sale!

The Stunning Business Class Deals…

If you’re a regular you know that there are fairly often some nifty sales to places like Bangkok, but you also probably know that there are very rarely sales to the real stunners like Cape Town or Bali. Qatar Airways are back with yet another companion (2 for 1) offer with business class from easy to reach Barcelona or Madrid to Cape Town or Bali for £1250-£1430.

As with all deals this good we suggest using miles or a cheap flight to position to Barcelona or Madrid so that you can enjoy more than 10 hours each way in a bed for much less!

The Dates You Can Book And Jet Off…

These sales are wide open for travel until September 30th, 2017. Qatar’s best fares in business are often noted with red to signify the “promo” fare. If you struggle to find dates at the prices described be sure to search around a bit. You’ll see a calendar week of availability at a time.

How To Book And Fly Flat, With Champagne Too…

It’s hard not to love the dine or demand or excellent Billecart Salmon champagne! To book simply head to Qatar Airways website, plug in your dates from either Barcelona (BCN) or Madrid (MAD) to Cape Town (CPT) or Bali (DPS). You can earn tons of British Airways tier points or other OneWorld airline status points, so this can have benefits you didn’t even imagine! Book HERE.

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