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The time has come where some people are looking to plan travel again. It’s not for everyone, but with positive signs emerging all around, it’s just what many are looking for to mark their calendars with something exciting to look forward to. Some countries are even rushing to open, as early as this month – let alone next year – with positive signs that the worst may well indeed behind us.

Right now, Oneworld and SkyTeam airlines have some fantastic business class fares from Europe to New York, Los Angeles, Vancouver and more, with prices from just £1060 round trip. And yes, you can travel in 2020, or 2021. With social distancing on board thanks to privacy screens and your own bed, travel feels just a bit less weird…

KLM businessThe Flight Deals

Whether you’re a Oneworld fanatic with airlines like American, British Airways, Finnair or Iberia, or a SkyTeam fan with Delta, KLM, Air France, there are some super deals for travel to North America, from easy to reach Paris or Madrid. Even better, some deals are for direct flights!

The cheapest deals are between Paris and New York, with direct options on American, Air France or Delta.

For just £50 more, you can hit Canada, taking in amazing cities like Vancouver, or Calgary, and for around the same price Los Angeles and Seattle are also up for grabs.

Thanks to the beauty of points and miles, even if Madrid or Paris aren’t cities you call home, a few points can be all the difference to turn these flights into real bargains, regardless of where you are in Europe, or perhaps even the USA.

The Dates You Can Travel

These deals are wide open for travel on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Sunday departures from September 2020 through April 2021. That’s exciting stuff, and most deals only require a four night stay or more.

FYI: travel through the end of 2020 generally falls under airline flexibility policies for the global pandemic, but travel in 2021 does not, as of yet. If the airline changes or cancels your flight you’d likely be eligible for a refund anyway, but it’s worth considering or checking an airlines individual policy before booking.

How To Book These Flights

We like easy, particularly when it comes to booking exciting travel. With that in mind, here are some super easy to use links which take you directly to the best prices. Simply click, play with dates and find something that works for you using the info above. It’s all pretty simple…

Here’s a 48 hour guide to New York, Seattle and Vancouver, which reminds me as a former Angeleno that I need to do a 48 hour guide for Los Angeles too. Off I go, and you?

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