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Swiss First Class is exquisite!
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In millennial speak, “savage” is a term which refers to something that’s borderline primal in its devious or amusing ways. Swiss just launched an incredible business class sale from London to many of the most popular destinations in the Middle East, Asia and Africa starting under £999, and that is pretty damn savage. Business class are where many of the bargains can be found, but if first class is your style, these are utterly tempting too.

shanghai chinaThe Swiss Air Deals

Swiss is attacking British Airways on its home turf, and not politely either. The key: companion fares. To book these great deals at the very lowest prices you’ll need to find a colleague, friend, frenemy, lover or family member. If you can swing that, there are outstanding offers that come in at £1999 for two all in in business class, or £2999 all in for two in first class! Yep, £1500 per passenger for first class. That’s nuts, and they’ll be fancy ones paired with champagne up there too.

Each deal offers varying dates, but in most cases you’re chock full of options in 2019 and also well into 2020. This is about as low as it ever goes…

Hot Tip: You can combine business and first class, which means you can experience both cabins at a lower overall price. For example, you could try Swiss 777 first class with business class outbound for £1700 per person. For Dubai or Mumbai, it’s much lower.

swiss bizThe Business Class Offers

All these deals are for London departures and are the all in price for two people. To get the per person price, just cut these numbers in half. Hong Kong under £1000 per person is a “run” kind of deal.

Bangkok (BKK)from GBP 2499.
Beijing (PEK)from GBP 2999.
Dar es Salaam (DAR)from GBP 1999.-
Delhi (DEL)from GBP 1999.-
Dubai (DXB)from GBP 1999.
Hong Kong (HKG)from GBP 1999

Johannesburg (JNB)from GBP 2999.-
Mumbai (BOM)from GBP 1999.-
Nairobi (NBO)from GBP 1999.-
São Paulo (GRU)from GBP 2999.
Shanghai (PVG)from GBP 2699.-

You can book these offers here.
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The First Class Offers

These first class deals are for London departures and are the all in price for two people. To get the per person price, just cut these numbers in half. Dubai for £1500 per person in First Class out of London is exceptional, as is Shanghai or Mumbai at their respective prices.

Bangkok (BKK)from GBP 5999.
Beijing (PEK)from GBP 3999.
Buenos Aires (EZE)from GBP 4999.
Dar es Salaam (DAR)from GBP 2999.
Delhi (DEL)from GBP 2999.
Dubai (DXB)from GBP 2999.
Hong Kong (HKG)from GBP 4999.
Johannesburg (JNB)from GBP 4999.

Mumbai (BOM)from GBP 2999.
Nairobi (NBO)from GBP 2999.
São Paulo (GRU)from GBP 4999.
Shanghai (PVG)from GBP 3499.

You can book these offers here

hong kong peakHow To Book

These deals must be booked directly with Swiss. Business Class here. First Class here. By doing so, you can actually see an easy to use calendar of when each deal is available at the prices noted, and most importantly – when they’re not. There’s no telling how long these offers will last, and the First Class deals typically dry up within hours not days. If Asia, The Middle East or Africa is calling, this is a great deal to pick up.

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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