They’re back! Qatar Airways deals are back!
Two things that don’t require a sales pitch? Hong Kong and Qatar Airways. Hong Kong is a buzzing city of both natural and modern beauty. Qatar Airways is the perennial fan favorite for business class, with dine on demand, delightful flat beds and a modern, state of the art fleet. Qatar Airways has just launched fantastic offers to Hong Kong, at just £1400 round trip and up. These kind of deals don’t come around often, so here’s how to get in while they’re hot…
Qatar Airways has launched an unannounced flash sale to Hong Kong from London. Hong Kong isn’t just a fantastic city on its own, it’s also an incredible hub of connectivity to launch trips further afield in Asia. Qatar has flights for just £1466 and up, from both London Heathrow and Gatwick. Many of these flights (if you follow these tips) will include the unparalleled business class luxury of Qatar Airways QSuites, with a door for complete privacy. Middle seats can even convert into a double bed, when traveling with a companion! Hong Kong will receive QSuites on flights 817, 818 respectively from October 1st, 2018, as well as select London flights.
These deals are available from September 2018 thru May 2019, for departures on either Friday or Sunday. Not every single date will be available, but we were able to pull up plenty of flights in each calendar month, using Qatar’s handy 7 day calendar. Sunday departures will be your best bet!
You can book these deals directly with Qatar Airways here. Be sure to leave London as the departure city, not specifying Heathrow or Gatwick to ensure you see all the lowest results. You’ll find the most wide open availability to Hong Kong in 2019, from March thru May, but there are plenty of dates in 2018, especially for Sunday departures. These deals are about as low as we ever see for five star flights on the world’s best business class, especially from London! If this is the deal for you, don’t hesitate to book, since availability will dry up fast!
Are you jetting off to Hong Kong in QSuites?
Thanks to reader Peter Poromb for the tip!