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Premium Fare Alert: Discounts for Two to Asia on Lufthansa

Flyers in Europe have a great chance to visit Asia aboard a luxury carrier with a companion for a low price. Savvy FlyerTalkers have found flights from Europe to destinations including Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore for as low as $2,039 per person.

Friends, families and couples looking to get away in 2020 may have found a golden fare–if they are willing to depart from and return to Stockholm, Sweden. FlyerTalker uruzia discovered premium fares aboard Lufthansa First Class to several destinations in Asia from the Swedish city for just over $2,000 per person!

The Premium Fare Deal

The original fares were discovered Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) and either Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) or Beijing Capital Airport (PEK). The fares run around $2,039 per person for each flight. As the deal was posted, several other city pairings became available including those between Stockholm and Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) or Singapore Changi Airport (SIN).

As with all premium fare deals, the prices do come with some rules. The fares are available for travel through Sept. 30, 2020 and are only available for two or more travelers on the same itinerary. Flights must be booked by Dec. 2, 2019 and no stopovers are allowed. To take advantage of the prices, travelers must stay between six days and three months. The fares are non-refundable, so no refunds will be allowed.

Is It a Good Deal?

For travelers who can easily access Sweden or Norway, this deal is one of the best we’ve seen so far. Lufthansa First Class is one of the most sought-after travel experiences in the world–and traveling both ways in this luxurious front cabin is something to be excited over. With great availability and multiple cities available (even Hong Kong), this deal is not one to be skipped if the rules and locations are not an incredible inconvenience for you.

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boatnfish November 26, 2019

Absolutely not! I choose to fly airlines that have seats which recline, and I won't fly the discount airlines who have decided not to have their seats recline. If you don't want the person in front of you to recline their seat, buy YOUR ticket on the discount airlines who have disabled the seat reclining mechanism. Easy enough. Should we also be expected to give up our seat for those who knowingly choose to buy cheaper tickets where seat assignments aren't available until check-in, where they find that they aren't sitting together because all that is left at check-in are middle seats?