Fantastic Deals: Europe – North America Business Class From €1,146!

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It’s been a while since I’ve seen some truly fantastic Business Class deals for Europe – North America travel but suddenly they’re here and there’s a deluge of them. The key city to all of the fares is Prague (I can think of a lot of worse city from where to start a trip!) and fares are available to various cities in the US.

Most of the Business Class fares I’m going to discuss below can be found on all three alliances (two or three appear to be oneworld specific) so there should be something here for most people.

The Basic Info You Need To Know

  • Fares must be booked by 21 September 2017
  • Travel between September 2017 and September 2018
  • Stopovers are not permitted
  • Some of the best fares require overnight layovers

The Business Class Fares

Below I’ve listed out all the fares I’ve managed to dig out (that isn’t to say that there aren’t more) and given an example of the availability you can find together with a list of airlines operating the route and their best fares.

Prague – Atlanta from €1,215 Roundtrip

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Prague – Boston from €1,500 Roundtrip (oneworld only)

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Prague – Chicago from €1,431 Roundtrip

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Prague – Las Vegas from €1,500 Roundtrip (oneworld only)

Prague – Miami from €1,350 Roundtrip

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Prague – New York from €1,556 Roundtrip (oneworld only)

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Prague – Orlando from €1,309 Roundtrip

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Prague – Toronto from €1,366 Roundtrip

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Prague – Washington from €1,146 Roundtrip

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Find The Fares On Orbitz

If you head on over to Orbitz you should be able to find these fares pretty easily.

Here’s an example on Delta to Washington (in US Dollars not Euros)….

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…..and here’s an example on American to Chicago (in US Dollars not Euros):

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Things To Bear In Mind

(1) If you’re looking to hit status with American Airlines consider if booking your flights as a British Airways booking (i.e with BA flight numbers) would work better for you than booking your flights with American Airlines flight numbers.

Booking with American Airlines flight numbers you’ll earn more Elite Qualifying Miles (EQM) but booking your trip with British Airways flight numbers will earn you more Elite Qualifying Dollars (EQD)…and I find those harder to earn economically than EQMs.

(2) Don’t ignore the aircraft being offered. Not all aircraft offer the same Business Class cabins so, if you have a choice of airlines/aircraft, do some research and find the one(s) which offer you the most comfortable Business Class cabins – I’d look for Air France 777-300ER aircraft and American Airlines 777-300ER/777-200 aircraft….they’ll offer better Business Class seats than Delta’s 767’s, American’s 767s or anything that British Airways or Lufthansa cares to put up in the air.

Reviews which may help:

a seat with a pillow and a bag on itAir France 777-300ER Business Class Seat

(3) Don’t ignore the routings being offered. There may be instances where one routing divides your trip into two nearly equal segments where the second segment is still quite long but is flown in a narrow-body aircraft which will not offer lie-flat seats.

Better to pay a little more (if you have to) and book flights where the overwhelming majority of your time in the air is in a wide-body aircraft offering the more comfortable Business Class seats.

Bottom Line

These fares need to be booked by 21 September but I wouldn’t hang around if you know you’ll need to book something – there’s no telling when the fares for the dates that work best for you will disappear.

Overall these are some of the best Business Class fares we’ve seen for travel between Europe and North America for quite sometime….so make the most of them – I probably will!

[HT: Lewis42 on Flyertalk for pointing me in the right direction]


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