Business class flights for economy prices are a holy grail in travel. Whilst we can provide a general guide as to how to achieve this, a step-by-step specific case study is always useful. Using British Airways as an example, here we provide 5 steps to getting business class flights for economy prices with the airline. It’s easy once you know how.
Business class is the sensible way to travel – if we disregard the cost. The leg space, ability to sleep in a horizontal position, delicious food and champagne on tap all make for a very civilised experience. Unfortunately, money doesn’t grow on trees. But fear not, you can sometimes swindle a fantastic deal on business class seats. Here is how:
Like the elixir of life, air miles always seem out of reach despite so many anecdotal legends told of their power. Understanding how to get them and spend them can feel like embarking on a journey to Mordor, to cast an evil ring into the lava-filled pit of Mount Doom. But if achieved, the bounties reaped are infinite and heavenly. Here, we provide a realistic guide on how to accrue and spend air miles.
Far-flung destinations offer awe-inspiring cultural riches, gorgeous golden-sand beaches and tastes and smells you may never have experienced before. It’s a shame that ‘star trek’ style teleportation devices still haven’t been invented as it’s always the journey there and back that moves us to question the meaning of life.
International long haul flights can be a thorn in one’s side when the price tag becomes apparent. The cost doesn’t have to be astronomical though and, with some expert ‘insider’ knowledge, you can get fantastic value for your transport. Here are our top tips:
Organising a trip to Sri Lanka can seem complicated, but with a little expert advice, it quickly becomes more straightforward. The key is to remember that with all the preparation in the world, there’ll always be an element of spontaneity to your visit. Go with a plan, but a relaxed one at that, and you’ll be sure to have a fantastic time.
India has the fastest growing aviation market in the world, making it ever easier to reach different regions for a particularly insightful holiday.
Latest flight news is that Bangkok Airlines is launching a new route from Bangkok to Danang. Southeast Asia specialist Matt explains what the new route entails…
Garuda, the national airline of Indonesia, is launching direct flights from London Heathrow to Jakarta from April 2016.
Exciting news, Emirates will launch daily services from Dubai to Yangon, Myanmar and Hanoi, Vietnam from mid-August. Flight guru & Asia travel expert David reveals more…
With their affordable prices, civilised flight times and direct route from London to Colombo they are, in my opinion, one of the best options on offer.
British Airline will fly three times a week from London Gatwick to Male, in the Maldives. The service starts on the 25th October.