The Fantastic Qatar Airways Business Class Companion Deals Are Now Available for Solo Travelers

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Qatar Airways has been running a promotion to celebrate its 20th birthday that offers some truly amazing Business Class fares to various corners of the world – the problem for a lot of us has been that the Business Class fares were only amazing if you were buying two fares together (a companion fare offer).

Not any more.

If you head over to and use the promo code QR20YEARS you’ll find that the Business Class deals are now available for solo travelers too….but you only have until 10 November to book.

A lot of availability may have been eaten up by couples who have been booking these fares for the past week…but there are still some fantastic deals to be had, especially if you look further ahead into 2018.

The Headline Rules

  • Book by 10 November 2017
  • Travel by 31 October 2018
  • Black out dates are:
    • 15 December 2017 – 10 January 2018
    • 7 June 2018 – 10 September 2018
  • Best fares require a minimum of a 2 night stay

The Qatar Airways Business Class Deals – Roundtrip Fares

I’m only going to list the deals that look excellent to me…there are a lot of other deals available and, if you don’t live in Europe or want to start your travel in Europe, make sure you check the Qatar Airways page in your region as this is a worldwide sale.

From Stockholm:

  • Singapore from €1,100 (SEK 10,724)
  • Phuket from €1,430 (13,913 SEK)
  • Krabi from €1,028 (9,999 SEK)
  • Ho Chi Minh City from €1,260 (12,257 SEK)

Link to All Sweden Deals

From Helsinki

  • Bangkok from €1,100

Link to All Finland Deals

From Germany

  • Frankfurt – Ho Chi Minh City from €1,735
  • Berlin – Hanoi  from €1,520
  • Berlin – Johannesburg from €1,270
  • Berlin – Cape Town from €1,270
  • Berlin – Singapore from €1,260

Link to All Germany Deals

From Oslo

  • Singapore from €1,170

Link To All Norway Deals

From Prague

  • Bangkok from €1,078
  • Chiang Mai from €1,078
  • Hong Kong from €1,290

Link To All Czech Republic Deals

From Brussels

  • Bali from €1,380
  • Krabi from €1,292

Link To All Belgium Deals

From Italy

  • Maldives from €1,599
  • Seychelles from €1,759
  • Seoul from €1,745

Link To All Italy Deals

From Sofia

  • Bangkok from €1,190 (2,325 BGN)
  • Delhi from €1,270 (2,480 BGN)
  • Shanghai from €970 (1,895 BGN)
  • Phuket from €1,060 (2,070 BGN)
  • Singapore from €980 (1,915 BGN)
  • Beijing from €1,090 (2,130 BGN)

Link To All Bulgaria Deals

The Evidence

Just in case there’s anyone struggling to find these fares (and who therefore doesn’t think they exist), here are three examples I chose at random – note that each fare, when you expand the image, shows just one passenger.

Stockholm – Singapore for 10,724 SEK or €1,100

a screenshot of a flight schedule

Brussels – Krabi for €1,293

a screenshot of a flight schedule

Sofia – Shanghai for 1,834 BGN or €938

a screenshot of a computer

Bottom Line

There are some truly fantastic fares out there right now and I’ve only had time to list a few.  Don’t forget to check my post on which aircraft have the better Qatar Airways Business Class seats before you go ahead and book and, if you’re positioning to a European city to catch one of these great fares, make sure you read my cautionary note on what to consider and be on the look out for when booking positioning flights.

Don’t forget that you only have until 10 November to book so there isn’t much time left


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