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Yesterday Star Alliance airline like Lufthansa, Swiss, United and Air Canada launched a feverish sale from European cities. The airlines attempted to attack rival airlines on their home turf – and today OneWorld is hitting back. British Airways, Iberia, American and Finnair are offering top notch deals to the US in business class. These deals won’t last long.

a white airplane in the skyThe Deals

Amsterdam, Munich, Zurich – all these cities are possible departure points for flights to New York City, Boston, Miami, Washington DC or Chicago. In fact, the best combos may involve flying out of one European city and back into another. These deals are available on American, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair for peak summer travel.

a bed with pillows and a purse on itThe Dates

Munich has the most widely available deals. These deals can be found from April thru the end of October, even over peak summer dates. Other cities are available mainly during summer. We recommend using these clever Google Flights tricks to find the very best prices.

a room with a table and chairsHow To Book

These deals can be booked direct with the airlines. We’ve made easy to use Google Flights links for travel to: New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC and Miami. Enjoy! These deals will certainly not last long – so get moving! You can also upgrade to First Class for 20,000 points.

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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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  1. It seems like crediting these flights on Alaska gives us 250% miles right?
    British Airways (I) Business Class flights

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