Discounted Business Class Sale, Fares Galore!
I was checking around the interwebs today and have run across a bunch of,what I would consider, pretty darn good business class fares to all over the places. Here’s an easy compilation, and if you know of some other ones as well, feel free to add them below!
Star Alliance, New York to Madrid, $1875
Avianca has some sweet and sexy new Dreamliner 787 aircraft to its fleet, and you can route to Madrid on one of these beauties. You’ll get some extra miles by going south before heading east, so that’s a win!
Hopefully you won’t have any turbulence like they did on this flight which required hospitalization 🙂
Star Alliance Miami to Sao Paolo
Avianca comes in for the win again but this time Copa comes in for another option. You can fly either of the airlines (but I think Avianca will be a lot better) considering Copa’s planes are glorified lazy boy recliners in the sky.
Sub $1500 fares to South America in Business Class is a steal, considering that most times that’s what a coach fare costs!
Star Alliance, Chicago to Munich, $2200
Turkish Airlines leads the way here with the long-haul from Chicago to Istanbul on their 777 aircraft and onward to Munich. Make sure to get the 2 seats on either side and not get stuck in the middle of the cabin.
Turkey has been kind of a mess lately with Visas for US citizens, but according to the state department:
- U.S. citizens can continue to transit international terminals in Turkey in route to onward international destinations.
With that said, you should be OK to head to Munich so long as you make sure you’re actually transiting through.
Alaska Airlines Partners, New York to Paris, $1850
Alaska Airlines recently devalued their transatlantic partners with the loss of Air France and KLM. Obviously Delta had a hand to play in that, considering the well known feud between the two airlines. Icelandair is a great choice to get there, because not only you can credit to Alaska Airlines, you can also have a free stopover in Iceland to enjoy the country!
In the past they even had a “stopover buddy,” an airline employee that would hang out with you to help you explore the city! No sign of it coming back yet, but if it does, that’s a really neat way to spend your stopover.
$1850 RT in Business Class, crediting to Alaska Airlines, and getting a free stopover makes this pretty darn sexy.