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British Airways isn’t mixing any words right now.

They want you back, they want you on their planes, and they’re willing to sweeten the deal as much as it takes to get you on board. Right now, that means return business class fares for European travel, with lounge access, food, and champagne on board from just £120 round trip, for travel from London, but also from Europe as well.

The BA Flight Deals

Travel plans aren’t easy to make right now, but for this with a bit of patience it’s not impossible, particularly last minute. British Airways has fantastic Club Europe business class fare right now, many even for last minute travel, which offer top European city breaks for under £120 round trip.

Even better, these deals can be combined with huge hotel savings to create complete city breaks, if two are traveling. Some of the standout offers of the moment for London departures include…

Some deals can also earn 160 tier points round trip, which help you move up the ranks of the British Airways Executive Club, earning perks like lounge access on all flights. Here are a few cheap ways to earn 160 tier points, including some under £160!

Many of these deals also work in reverse, or for very similar figures.

Picture by: Nick Morrish/British Airways

This is also far from all. Using BA’s Low Fare Finder, you’ll find most of Europe is under £200 in Club Europe, which earns more Avios, more Tier points to earn perks when you fly BA and guarantees a blocked middle seat. Pretty handy right now. Simply click the business class box, select the length of trip you’d like and select Europe.

The Dates You Can Travel

Most of these deals are for travel starting now, or beginning in October or November. Fortunately, most of these shockingly low Club Europe prices are valid for travel until the end of March 2021, giving you time to plan some early spring city breaks, or winter getaways.

Most of the lowest fares don’t even require a seven night stay, which means you can bag these prices, or ones quite close for shorter trips of just a few days.

How To Book These Business Class Flights

If two people are traveling, turning these super low fares into holiday packages has serious advantages. For starters, if country advise changes by the UK Government, all holiday packages are eligible for a refund, whereas flights alone are not!

Packages can also bring considerable savings, so be sure to browse BA Holidays, and search flexible dates using Club Europe Business Class as your cabin. For all the flight deals on their own, simply enjoy the links above which take you to sample fares at the lowest prices.

With travel the way it is, deals are unlikely to go anywhere anytime soon, but there’s no telling how long deals this low will last.

Gilbert Ott

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  1. BA may want us back, but the way they have treated staff and withdrawn European flighta from LGW – they ain’t getting me back!

  2. At last, fares that approach being competitive for the service normally actually delivered (not the brand, not the marketing) BUT right now, catering is a cold sandwich in a bag or box and most lounges outside London are closed.
    Given that and the nano seat pitch in the airbus neos, inc CE (albeit marginally better than ET_, why would anyone pay BA more for less?
    Lo cost operators provide the same services for a fraction of these “sale” fares and they have; reliable IT, a slightly less demotivated workforce and less customer hostile policies on cancellations and refunds.

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