Before we get to the Top 10, let’s take a look at something exciting. Over the weekend, airlines have started to put business class on sale for Christmas/New Year’s flights. Since business travelers typically shy away from travel during the holidays, airlines will lower fares signficantly to fill up those empty flat beds. So if a lie-flat flight to Europe sounds nice, check out a few sample roundtrip business class holiday season fares that caught our eye when taking a spin through Google Flights on Saturday. Keep in mind that business class fares to Europe usually run in the $5,000+ range.
- New York or Washington DC – Paris: $2,118 (United)
- Atlanta-Paris: $2,368 (Air France)
- San Francisco-Paris: $2,618 (United)
- Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose-London $2,800 (British Airways, Virgin Atlantic) First class is $3,800
- Boston-Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon: $2,250 (Delta, KLM, TAP)
- New York-Amsterdam, Frankfurt: $2,345 (KLM, Delta, Lufthansa)
- Miami-London: $2,625 (British Airways, Virgin Atlantic)
British Airways also has a nice business class sale going on with fares from east coast cities at just under $2,000, but it’s a two-for-one sale. Details here.
Note: These fares available on Google Flights on Saturday, Nov 26 and subject to change.
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UGLY: This happened on Delta this week- and has already received 2 million views on Facebook. Yuck. Delta has apologized for the incident. Foul language warning! Click on video below or see full Facebook post here. Interview with witness here.
Delta’s statement on the incident: “Our responsibility for ensuring all customers feel safe and comfortable with Delta includes requiring civil behavior from everyone….The behavior we see in this video does not square with our training or culture and follow up will continue so we can better ensure our employees will know they will be fully supported to make the right decisions when these issues arise.”
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