Asia is magic any way you cut it, and gateways like Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok are the perfect jumping off points for trips further afield into Southeast Asia, or even as far north as Japan. Swiss and Lufthansa have added dates to their superb UK first class companion sale, and there’s new availability for two passengers to jet off in full first class style, at prices that are bargains for business class…
First Class Flight Steals
Lufthansa offers Porsche or Mercedes rides from the private First Class Terminal to your plane, and Swiss has stunning new lounges to match the utterly chic first class suites on the Boeing 777. Both are up for grabs, and you can even combine both, going one-one way, and the other-the other.
These flight steals require two people to travel together, but if you can make that work, you can take advantage of these exceptionally good prices. Just FYI, availability tends to go fast and the sale has a firm end date of February 3rd, 2020.
Here’s a few of the best first class offers, like…
The Dates You Can Travel
The easiest way to search and book these fares is directly with Swiss, who have an absurdly easy to use calendar tool for each destination, where dates that are available are highlighted in Gold and those that are not are highlighted in Grey.
You’ll find great availability over peak summer, as well as spring dates and a few scattered dates for winter 2020 as well. Focus more on finding return dates than figuring out minimum or maximum stays.
How To Book These Flight Offers
Searching on your own will be legitimately frustrating here, if you’re using Google Flights, Skyscanner or anything like that. Without question, the only sane and logical way to book these are by heading over to Swiss.com and selecting a destination.
You can book with Swiss here.
Hot tip: Don’t forget that you can combine business one way and first class the other to drop the prices. I find First Class particularly worth it on the outbound for the best passenger experience, but on the return to leave yourself something to look forward to.
Hi Gilbert, you mentioned, “Both are up for grabs, and you can even combine both, going one-one way, and the other-the other.” Does this mean I could fly Lufthansa outbound and Swiss inbound (or vice versa) on same ticket? I couldn’t see that option on the Swiss website when trying to search/book. Please advise.
Hey Ethan, yes you can! Most Swiss searches you have to specify “Swiss only” or “Lufthansa Group”. You could find dates and then try to plug them in on Lufthansa or using the group option.
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