Fare Alert – Los Angeles to Tel Aviv Business Class for $1600 RT
Welcome back to travel, y’all! Deals are coming around more and more now, so expect to see us let you know when something pops up that catches our eye, especially for Business Class and First Class flights.
Right now there’s a screaming deal from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv on OneWorld carriers British Airways and FinnAir for less than $1700.
I don’t expect this to last very long, so if you have plans to visit Israel, go ahead and get this booked right away.
Thanks to our friends over at Notiflyer, a great site to find discounted business and economy fares, we got this recent deal.
Fly in Business Class from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv on either British Airways or Finnair for anywhere between $1630-$1730, depending on your dates.
Some dates have double connections (first in the US and then on to Europe/Israel) and other dates are one stop with longer layovers. Depending on the date you choose will change the fare.
Use Google Flights to search out the dates that offer the low fares. Know that the best fare seems to be booking through Finnair codeshare or Finnair’s own flights.
Here’s the rules of the ticket. As you can see, there’s not a lot of restrictions or blackout dates. It looks like the fares are good from March to September.
Seasonality: NO SEASONAL TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Eligibility: NO ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS APPLY.
Black Out Dates: NO BLACKOUT DATES APPLY.
Advanced Ticketing: CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL SECTORS. WAITLIST AND STANDBY NOT PERMITTED. TICKETING MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 3 DAYS AFTER RESERVATIONS ARE MADE OR AT LEAST 3 DAYS BEFORE DEPARTURE WHICHEVER IS EARLIER. OR – CONFIRMED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL SECTORS. TICKETING MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 1 DAY AFTER RESERVATIONS ARE MADE. NOTE – TEXT BELOW NOT VALIDATED FOR AUTOPRICING. DUE TO AUTOMATED TICKETING DEADLINE CONTROL DIFFERENCE COULD EXIST BETWEEN THE FARE RULE LAST TICKETING DATE AND THE SYSTEM GENERATED TICKETING DEADLINE MESSAGE. THE MORE RESTRICTIVE TICKETING DEADLINE APPLIES.
Minimum Stay: TRAVEL FROM TURNAROUND MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN THE FIRST SUN AFTER ARRIVAL AT THE TURNAROUND. AND – TRAVEL FROM TURNAROUND MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN 24 HOURS AFTER ARRIVAL AT THE TURNAROUND. TRAVEL FROM INBOUND TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN 7 DAYS AFTER DEPARTURE OF THE OUTBOUND TRANSATLANTIC SECTOR. AND – TRAVEL FROM TURNAROUND MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN 24 HOURS AFTER ARRIVAL AT THE TURNAROUND.
Maximum Stay: TRAVEL FROM LAST STOPOVER MUST COMMENCE NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT 12 MONTHS AFTER DEPARTURE FROM FARE ORIGIN.
Travel Restrictions: NO TRAVEL DATE RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
What’s Finnair Business Class look like?
We haven’t had the chance to fly Business Class on Finnair yet, but it looks sharp. On their A350 product, they use a 1-2-1 configuration and every seat has direct aisle access. The flight from Helsinki to Tel Aviv is on an A320 product, so expect a standard Euro Business offering.
Remember the Rules of Discounted Fares
The cardinal rule for all discounted, sale, mistake, etc fares, is buy first and schedule later. Get the ticket booked NOW. Get your wife/husband/sibling/child’s tickets booked NOW. Then, call them tomorrow and ask if they want to go.
Remember you have 24 hours to cancel with no penalty, but this fare could be pulled at any time. Best to ask later, buy first.
Head over to Google Flights and start searching for your dates, starting in March. Good luck!