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When you can fly business class for the same price most people will pay for economy, it’s totally ok to be smug. Right this moment, you can do exactly that, thanks to Air China’s massive 2 day flash sale from Germany, which brings deals to places all over Asia, Australia and New Zealand at incredible prices. Think: £965 to Tokyo in business class, or £1275 round trip for Australia!

Sydney Opera HouseThe Flight Deals To Asia and Australia

Air China is in the process of updating their business class cabins, and if you happen to snag an Airbus A350, you’ll be in for a real treat. Either way, you’ll enjoy fully flat beds, good food, and lots of airline miles to bring joy even after the journey is over.

The best deals in this annual November sale allow travel from either Frankfurt, Dusseldorf or Munich, with stand out offers like…

  • €1118 (£965) round trip business class to Bangkok, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Hanoi, Taiwan, Ho Chi Minh City, Yangon and more.
  • €1477 (£1275) round trip business class to Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland or Brisbane.

The Dates You Can Travel

These offers allow travel in 2019 or 2020, albeit with some tight dates. For any of these business class offers, you can depart Europe between December 13th and January 12th 2019, January 18th and January 28th, March 27th and April 4th 2020, and then wide open again from June 23rd to August 23rd.

In most cases, you’ll need to stay at least a week to lock in the lowest fares, but that shouldn’t be a problem when you’re headed to Tokyo, Melbourne, or any of the world’s other greatest cities.

How To Book These Flights

These offers fly off the shelves every year, like clockwork. If you want in, be sure to try departures from each German city before giving up and saying “ugh, I can’t find these prices”. They’re there, but they won’t be for long.

You can check out the official Air China Sale Page here.

By no means is Air China business class the nicest in the sky, but it’s very solid and at these prices – it’s tough to argue with. It’s more than likely that other airlines will come out with great offers in the coming weeks, but if Australia or New Zealand is your target, it’s hard to imagine another airline going all the way down to £1275 round trip. You never know.

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