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Best Business Award Ticket from LAX to LHR

Best Business Award Ticket from LAX to LHR

  1. Anonymous

    Hi friends I have a situation in which I would greatly appreciative your knowledge and expertise with.

    I need to book a [B]Business Class[/B] award ticket from [B]LAX to LHR[/B] for[B] myself and one companion[/B]. We need to [B]arrive[/B] into LHR on [B]Wednesday July 31st.
    I’m looking for the best “bang for our buck” – we would prefer non-stop but are not opposed having to go through 1 city too.
    We have 2 million points on [B]Amex Platinum Travel[/B] and 387,000 on [B]Alaska Award Travel[/B].

    What are our best options for such?

    Thank you so much!

  2. Anonymous

    Hey Nicky! For specific flights/dates like this, your best options are probably going to be the ones with award space. Realistically, summer travel from California to Europe will require either a few connections, or pretty high surcharges, although if you wait to book until the day before sometimes there are more options.

    This is the type of situation where I really like the [URL=’’]JuicyMiles[/URL] tool — it should give you a sense of the options available, so you can decide on the tradeoffs.

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