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India- always an amazing experience, almost always expensive to get there. If you’d like to turn “getting there” into a blissful, bed, wine and fast track filled experience, there’s an awesome deal out at the moment which will do exactly that. You can jet off directly from virtually any UK city for just £975, so it’s time to get on this deal while it’s hot!

The Amazing Business Class Deals To India…

SkyTeam – mainly Alitalia, Air France and KLM are offering rock bottom business class fares to India, and the dates are almost limitless. In the deal you can depart from London, Newcastle, Manchester, Inverness, Edinburgh and most other UK cities for between £975-£1100 round trip- with a flat bed seat to Delhi, India. And yes, just in case it was in question: you’ll get fast track security, lounge access and all that stuff too…

The Dates You Can Jet Off In Style…

This deal is widely available from late October 2017 – Early March 2018. Of course, blackout dates could exist, but you should have no trouble at all getting it to work virtually any time within that period.

How To Book This Deal And Fly Business Class…

These deals are easy to find and book. You can use Google Flights to pull up these deals, starting from London (best prices), Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, InvernessManchester (pricier) and beyond. Booking direct will price out right around £1000, and generally offers the easiest customer service experience- but booking on SkyScanner, CheapOAir or Expedia may shave a few bucks off the price, bringing things to £975. Find dates using the Google Flights links and then either book direct or through one of the links above for top travel agencies.

HT: BestUseOfPoints On Flyertalk. You could’ve found it yourself too

 

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀
    Sold! A M A Z I N G deal, thank you

    To put this in context (I fly this sector 16+ times annually) …
    BA charge 2x-4x for same route / class operating 30 year old cabins often filthy and normally with broken AV and very worn seats… Fail to provision enough meals for all paying customers and further gouge for seat reservations and an assortment of extras
    ie. BA = “Best Avoided” because they’re “Bloomin’ Awful” in 2017

  2. Just to be clear, only Paris to Mumbai route has the new AF business class cabin that you use in the photo.

  3. Completely agree journeyingjohn, I’ve been flying Virgin on this route recently, the 787s are great, wifi, good IFE, and 25% cheaper than BA.

    I used to be BA Gold-Guest-List. About to drop to Bronze, haven’t been on their planes since flying CW back from Sydney in 2015 – they really annoyed me with their dangerous insistence on putting my 9 month old in my lap for takeoff/landing when we flew in First on the way out, rather than in the car seat we’d bought for him. I can forgive the dirty seat that I had on that flight (even in first), but not the safety impact.

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