Merci! Oneworld Business Class Sale Paris to US from $1,079

The Oneworld alliance is coming at us with some heaters this morning. All of these deals originate in Paris and typically feature one brief connection in a Oneworld carrier’s hub. While it would be nice to have deals originating in the US, it’s hard to complain at these rates.

The Deals

British Airways Club World Suite (courtesy of British Airways)

There are a ton of airports included in this deal, covering just about every geographic region in the US. Even if your airport isn’t listed below, positioning shouldn’t be too hard. We’ve listed as many as possible below, so without further ado:

If you’re able to snag a deal on a British Airways flight, upgrading to first class can be a great use of Avios.

The Dates

Availability on this looks WIDE open right now. Not only is availability wide open, but it also looks like there’s no minimum or maximum stay requirement. The only catch is that you’ll need stay a Saturday night, which shouldn’t be too hard. Stretching out your itinerary is also a great way to turn one business class deal into multiple trips.

How to Book

Start by heading on over to Google Flights and finding the best dates for you. Don’t worry if the prices are a little higher than what you see above. Once you’ve found your dates, head on over to Skyscanner and plug in your desired dates and city pairings. They’ll should give you way more booking options and save you a decent chunk of change.

Where to Credit

While the carriers differ depending on route and dates, you’ll generally be best off crediting your flights to one of three programs: Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan, American AAdvantage, or British Airways Executive Club. Unless you’re concerned about status with American or BA, your best bet is generally crediting to Alaska. British Airways flights will earn 250% of the mileage flown while Finnair and American Airlines flights will earn 225% and 150% respectively. If you’re unsure, is a great guide.

(HT to for originally finding this deal)

Author: Stephen Hoechst

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