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The 3 big alliances Oneworld, Star Alliance and Skyteam have launched excellent business class sales from many European cities to the US East and West coast. With flexible travel policies for new bookings and dates leading well into 2021, these are a great way to perhaps take that big leap of faith, in a socially distanced and comfortable flat bed.

 

Travel Dates

The fare rules vary depending on the alliance you choose, but you can find avaialbility from this summer 2020 until next year spring for all alliances.

 

How to Book These Flight Deals

The cheapest fares can be found via OTA’s, links with prices below.

Star Alliance

£1015 Madrid to Portland Business Class Round Trip

£1110 Barcelona to New York Business Class Round Trip

£945 Sofia to Los Angeles Business Class Round Trip

£1290 London to Orlando Business Class Round Trip

£1295 London to Miami Business Class Round Trip

£1285 London to Boston Business Class Round Trip

 

Oneworld

£995 Luxembourg to Portland Business Class Round Trip

£1120 Luxembourg to New York Business Class Round Trip

£1290 Luxembourg to San Francisco Business Class Round Trip

£1150 Frankfurt to Miami Business Class Round Trip

 

Skyteam

£1230 Dublin to Seattle Business Class Round Trip

£1230 Dublin to Los Angeles Business Class Round Trip

£1230 Dublin to Houston Business Class Round Trip

 

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2 Comments

  1. Interesting fares but most are from OTAs. With the current uncertainties, never ever book with any OTAs. I last booked with DreamWorldTravel (before the pandemic) and my flight was cancelled by the airline. DreamWorldTravel charges me an ‘admin fee’ for the cancellation. Utterly ridiculous. It’s far better to deal directly with the airline, even if it means paying a little more.

    1. That’s true for DreamWorldTravel. If you clicked on the links you will see that prices from DreamWorldTravel are lower as shown above, and you can book with the airline itself as well for only a few £ more.

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