Amazing Oneworld Business Class Fares From Europe To The US

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This deal probably won’t last long, so if interested I’d book ASAP. At the moment oneworld airlines (including American, British Airways, Finnair, and Iberia) have incredible business class fares for travel from Amsterdam to the US and Canada.

You can fly roundtrip business class to many cities for ~1,100-1,350 USD, depending on the market.

There seems to be the most availability for these fares for travel in late April through early September, so it’s great for anyone planning a summer trip.

Personally, I could even see this being useful for those of us based in the US — you could use the Amsterdam to US flight for the return portion of one ticket, and could use the US to Amsterdam flight for your next trip to Europe.

You can find availability for this fare on Google Flights or ITA Matrix, and then can book through an online travel agency or through one of the airlines directly.

Both American and British Airways also make it easy to upgrade to first class on discounted business class tickets, for those planes that do have a first class cabin. Just make sure you book a flight that’s marketed and operated by the airline you want to fly with if you’re looking to upgrade.

Like I said, these fares likely won’t last, so book now and then you always have 24 hours to cancel.

Anyone plan to take advantage of these great fares?

(Tip of the hat to ExpatSomchai)

  1. These fares are interesting for flight enthusiasts, though.

    You can route via LCY and take the baby bus to JFK. You can also route through LHR and JFK and take CX for the segment JFK-YVR.

    Lastly, these fares are also valid for Alaska (ANC and FAO). You can route via SEA. Should be good for mileage runs.

  2. Changes not permitted is NOT a trap but one of the fare rules.

    If this doesn’t suit you just don’t buy this particular offer!

    It suits me though

  3. I got a multi-city biz class flight on BA. AMS->SEA in August; SAN->AMS in October.

    $1900… so maybe not as good as stated above… but still deeply discounted, and I am very happy with it considering it is west coast.

    wheretocredit says it will be ~38k Alaska miles. Value those a bit over 2 cents and its a $1k ticket.

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