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Another one! The Middle East is experiencing a renaissance of business class deals, as competition amongst neighbors and newcomers intensifies. This time we see OneWorld airlines taking on Etihad to dominate the flow of business traffic to top asian cities like Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. There’s no telling how long these deals will last, so here’s how to snag one while they’re around!

a city with tall buildingsThe Deals

OneWorld airlines Sri Lankan and Qatar are offering extremely good business class deals to Asia and Etihad is firing back. Departing from Muscat or Doha you can score flat beds on the long haul flight to Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur. If you take the Qatar or Sri Lankan options, you can score tons of elite status points and miles on any OneWorld airline.

The Dates

These deals are available virtually all year, on almost every date! They even run into 2019, giving you options for advance planning. Not bad at all! The deals are easy to find on Google Flights using these clever tricks.

How To Book

The very best deals are from Doha to either Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur at $914. Be sure to select Sri Lankan’s Airbus A330 with flat beds for the flight from Colombo onward. Here’s a link to those deals. Etihad also has excellent prices at $1016 round trip from Muscat to Bangkok, which can be found here. The Qatar Airways deals from Muscat to Kuala Lumpur are $1200-$1300 round trip and can be booked here. Enjoy. For 12+ hours in flat beds, these deals are tough to beat, not to mention the points too!

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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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