British Airways waved goodbye to its iconic 747 fleet this morning, signaling the end of an era. There’s nothing better to wipe off the blues of sadness like some retail therapy, and British Airways has launched a sale with 747 flights up for grabs, at £950 each in business class. Nope, they won’t be operated by a 747, but you’ll be able to snag one of the 747 available. Here’s how to get in on these fabulous deals.
The Flight Deals
British Airways has dropped a flash sale on the world, for direct departures leaving London. No flying around Europe to pick up a fare, these let you hop on right in London town, and jet off to amazing destination around the world, including Dubai, Cape Town, India, New York, Miami and more.
The price? You guessed it, between £950-£999 all in round trip. These are fabulous deals which allow you to experience British Airways new Club Suite in many instances, with privacy doors and updated entertainment. It’s a huge step up from the old style seating.
The Dates You Can Travel
These deals expire tonight. Yes, tonight, October 8th, so you’ll need to book ASAP. Dubai is a destination which is already open, and simply requires a covid-19 test prior to departure. America is a bit more unknown as to reopening dates, but many expect January to be a telling time.
These flight deals are valid for travel starting in November and run through March 2021. Even December holidays aren’t off limits, which could mean a little winter sun at just the right time.
How To Book These Flights
These epic deals are best booked directly with British Airways, so you can benefit from the ability to cash in any unused flights for a full voucher, or change dates with ease, if need be. Hopefully, you just get to travel somewhere amazing when you planned to.
British Airways has a dedicated booking page, so head there and have at it. These deals have limited availability, so if one of them has your name on it, make sure you pencil it in before it’s gone. All flights to the USA benefit from a 24 hour cooling off period, so there’s that too.