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Ten hours or more is a long time to spend on a plane. Unless of course, you’re flying business class. Up front – life is a relaxing concerto of food, fine wine and of course: a flat bed. Virgin Atlantic and SkyTeam airlines are offering an aggressive sale to Los Angeles from quite a few European cities, and if you want in – you’ll need to book fast.

LA Sunset.

The Deals

If you live in Dublin, Frankfurt or Berlin – or you don’t mind a quick cheap flight to get there, Virgin Atlantic, KLM and Delta are offering fabulous deals to Los Angeles. Each offer promises airport fast track, priority baggage, nice airport lounges and most importantly – your bed in the sky. Los Angeles is an amazing place to visit – and we’ve got a few tips to make the most of your experience and where to eat.

Virgin Clubhouse Lounge.

The Dates

These deals are available from now through early September 2018. Not every date will be available – and dates are drying up quickly. We suggest using Google Flights to find available dates – but be sure to remember this advice.

KLM Business Class.

How To Book

The Virgin Atlantic deals from Dublin are harder to book over the internet – but they absolutely can be booked. Find dates on Google Flights and then use Momondo to book them online through an online travel agency. If you’re struggling, we suggest using travel agent to the stars (and us): Adam Corin. The Frankfurt and Munich deals flight deals can be booked online with ease here. Reach Adam: adam.corin@travelcounsellors.com. 

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