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There’s no doubt  business class feels better than economy class – but the price tag is usually pretty uncomfortable. Today however, there are some excellent deals, putting business class to great destinations in a far more reasonable price range than usual. If you’ve been eyeing a trip to Boston, Orlando, Chicago or NYC, we’ve got just the deals for you, including a potential side trip in Lisbon too!

The Deals

TAP Portugal offers flat beds and nice planes. The airline is attempting to get more recognition for their newly refurbished business class cabins, so they’re offering stellar prices for travel to the US. Meanwhile, Delta is trying to win the Orlando market, capturing Disney travelers. Starting at just €1000 (£923) you can fly round trip across the Atlantic in a flat bed from Oslo, Brussels, Stockholm or Copenhagen.

The Dates

These deals are available virtually all year round, even up to winter holidays. Not every single date will be available, but for many of the deals – they might as well be. We believe in “easy”, so we’ve made easy to use links taking you directly to the best prices, which you’ll find below!

How To Book

We promised easy, you get easy. Here are the best round trip business class deals, all in price order like: €1000 (£923) Oslo to New York City, €1000 (£923) Oslo to Boston, €1133 (£1000) Brussels to Orlando, €1229 (£1093) Copenhagen To Boston. Some of these deals offer long connections in Lisbon, which we see as an exciting way to explore a city for roughly 24 hours, taking in a night and day, while other deals are more direct.

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