Virgin Atlantic Business Class Sale: London to North America Under $1,300

Having a bed on transatlantic flights can make a huge difference. It can represent the difference between being able to hit the ground running or slogging through your first day there. If you only have a few days in Europe, flying in business class can really make a huge difference. Plus, no one is going to complain about the champagne, meal service, or lounge access…

Unfortunately, business class is usually out of most peoples’ price range. East Coast fares usually start at $4,000 while anything from the West Coast typically starts at $6,000. Thankfully though, Virgin Atlantic is here to make comfort affordable.

The Deals

Virgin Atlantic A350 business class (image courtesy of VirginAtlantic.com)

Starting at just under $1,300, you’ll be able to enjoy the comforts of business class across the Atlantic and back. We’ve come across some fantastic fares on Virgin Atlantic to several North American destinations and you’ll want to hop on them fast before they’re gone.

The flights originate in London, which means you’ll get to enjoy the fantastic Virgin Clubhouse at Heathrow. Flights to Boston,  are all non-stop, while the rest will require a connection on Delta. If you’re lucky, you may be able to route via New York on Virgin’s new A350 business class. 

The Dates

Virgin Atlantic A350 “Loft” (image courtesy of VirginAtlantic.com)

For the best rates to Boston, you’ll want to travel on a Monday in April or May. However, you should be able to find dates into the summer for several of the other cities. You’ll have to stay at least one Saturday night as well, but that shouldn’t be much of a challenge. After all, the more time on vacation, the better.

How to Book These Deals

If you’re feeling lazy, we’ve included the links to the cheapest dates above. However, if those dates aren’t compatible, head on over to Google Flights, find the best dates for you, and plug those dates into Skyscanner. You should be able to save about $100 by booking through there instead of Google Flights.

Good luck booking!

Author: Stephen Hoechst

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  1. These deals are great but some equally great ones would be welcome that are originating in the US rather than only in Europe.

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    • I totally agree Christian. It seems like Europe always gets all the business class deals! We always keep an eye out for those and share them when possible. Unfortunately though, they’re usually not quite as cheap.

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