Deal Alert – Incredible business class deals between New York and London and Canada to Europe and Africa
These offers were first sent to Mighty Travels Premium subscribers earlier this week.
TAP Portugal is currently offering business class offers between these two metropolises for just $1,274 return from London to New York (via Lisbon) and from New York to London for $1,496 RT in business class.
You can easily search for dates using Google Flights. Here is an example for Business Class flights departing from New York to London.
Here is an example for Business Class flights departing from London to New York.
TAP Portugal has upgraded its long-haul fleet (including the A321neo and A330neo) with a fully reclining seat in business class. These get great reviews from travelers. However, the airline often lacks a bit of high-end catering and customer service.
You’ll earn miles with all Star Alliance partners for these flights – a great head start for 2022 status qualification. You’ll typically earn 1 mile per mile flown or more, depending on your preferred program. The US and UK are once again open to all vaccinated travelers (the US still requires a COVID test to be taken one day before departure).
Skyteam (KLM and Air France) have published amazing fares from Canada (including west coast cities) and many, many smaller airports to Europe and Africa.
Here is an example for Business Class flights departing from Vancouver to London:
Even more amazing are the offers to Africa, including some of our favorite destinations – Cape Town and Mauritius!
Here is an example for Business Class flights departing from Vancouver to Mauritius:
Here is an example for Business Class flights departing from Toronto to Mauritius:
KLM only uses sleeper seats for its long-haul fleet. We prefer their 787 aircraft, if it is available for your travel plans. Air France has 90% of its long-haul fleet upgraded to “mini suites” which were originally used by Cathay Pacific and are now the American Airlines Business Class product we reviewed recently.
Note that there are a few 777s left in the Air France network that come with the old inclined plane product. Air Mauritius has also upgraded all its A350s to a very competitive extended seat. South Africa has been open to all travelers with a valid COVID test for most of the pandemic and Mauritius is open again to vaccinated travelers with minimal restrictions.
Will you be able to take advantage of these amazing airfare deals? Let us know in the comments!
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