Amazing Business Class Fares From London To The US – From $1,250 Roundtrip

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Delta and Virgin Atlantic have published some truly amazing Business Class fares for travel between London and various US cities between November and March/April 2019.

I’m not able to write a full post on this right now but here’s some of the more important things to know:

  • Destinations appear to include:
    • Austin
    • Dallas Ft Worth (good for AA connections)
    • Charlotte
    • Raleigh-Durham
    • Ft Lauderdale (convenient for Miami)
    • San Diego (great for most of SoCal)
    • New Orleans (Good for a party)
    • San Jose (not too bad for access to San Francisco and the Bay area)
    • Denver (good for skiing)
    • Phoenix (good for winter sun)
    • Nashville (good if you like Country)
  • Travel is valid for departures on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays
  • Great fares available November 2018 through April 2019

Big Tip of The Hat to God Save The Points who broke this news

Here are a few quick examples of what I found using Google Flights (which is what I suggest you use):

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Your natural instinct may be to select Virgin Atlantic Upper Class over Delta One Business Class (both will get you into the Virgin Clubhouse at Heathrow) but I would probably choose Delta over Virgin.

Delta has added its A330 aircraft on to a lot (all?) of its London Heathrow flights (I wrote about this here) and I like the look of the all-aisle access reverse-herringbone seating on these aircraft.

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Bottom Line

Sorry I don’t have time to write about this in greater depth but if you’re interested in any of the routes on sale I’d book sooner rather than later…these prices probably won’t be around for long.

All the flights I’ve seen involve a connection somewhere in the US so make sure you book the longest flight you can from the UK to the US so you have the maximum amount of time in the transatlantic Business Class cabin and as little time as possible in the considerably worse US domestic first class cabin.