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(Business class) Stockholm/Gothenburg-Asia R/T, Finnair, fr 1.270 EUR/1.510 USD incl.

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Old Sep 5, 17, 2:51 am
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(Business class) Stockholm/Gothenburg-Asia R/T, Finnair, fr 1.270 EUR/1.510 USD incl.

Finnair offers Business class saver tickets to Asia from Sweden regularly.
These are previous thread of Finnair Business class deals out of Stockholm.
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/premi...iness-all.html
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/premi...ks-into-i.html
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/premi...bp-return.html
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/premi...6-eur-r-t.html
However, this deals is not only to Bangkok, nor only from Stockholm. Hence I start a new thread of this deal.

(Business class) Stockholm/Gothenburg-Asia R/T, Finnair, fr 12.000 SEK / 1.270 EUR / 1.510 USD incl. taxes

Stockholm/Gothenburg-Asia R/T
Airlines: Finnair (AY)
Cabin class: Business
Booking class: I
Fare basis: I1PFSE
Pris: All prices are starting price incl. taxes
  • Chongqing: 12.000 SEK
  • Bangkok, Delhi: 13.000 SEK
  • Hong Kong, Goa: 14.000 SEK
  • Beijing: 15.000 SEK
  • Ho Chi Minh City, Krabi, Phuket, Shanghai, Singapore: 16.000 SEK
Advance purchase: 14 days
Min/Max stay: stay the night between Saturday and Sunday / 1 month
Buy latest: 2017-SEP-11
Valid for travel:
  • Bangkok | Beijing | Chongqing | Delhi | Hong Kong | Seoul | Shanghai | Singapore: between 2017-SEP-30 and 2018-MAY-26. Return latest 2018-JUN-02.
  • Goa | Krabi: between 2017-NOV-01 and 2018-MAR-21. Return latest 2018-MAR-31.
  • Ho Chi Minh City: between 2017-NOV-29 and 2018-MAR-21. Return latest 2018-MAR-31.
  • Phuket: between 2017-OCT-29 and 2018-MAR-24. Return latest 2018-MAR-31.
Stopover: One free stopover is permitted in each way
HIP Check: does not apply
Flight application:
  • AY flight operated by Finnair
Child discount: 25% from the base fare
Refund: Yes, against a fee of 25% of the ticket price
Rebooking: Yes, against a fee of 200 EUR each time


These fares can be booked on Finnair's website.

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Old Sep 5, 17, 4:50 am
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Yes. Already booked a long weekend in HKG.
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Out of ARN TK seems to be cheaper IMHO.
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Weekend of 2/11 to 6/11, Finnair is £1357 whereas TK is £1763. You can save an extra £75 or so and not worry about currency conversion through Momondo.
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Originally Posted by djjaguar64 View Post
Out of ARN TK seems to be cheaper IMHO.
It depends on to where and when you travel.
Sometimes Finnair is cheaper than Turkish Airlines, sometimes Turkish Airlines is cheaper than Finnair.
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I have one question, why is it that its cheaper to fly out of ARN in J than CPH?
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Originally Posted by djjaguar64 View Post
I have one question, why is it that its cheaper to fly out of ARN in J than CPH?
Because purchasing power is stronger in the greater Copenhagen area than in the greater Stockholm area.
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Because purchasing power is stronger in the greater Copenhagen area than in the greater Stockholm area.
Thanks AHO, good point, did not realize such a great discrepancy between these regions in terms of purchasing power.
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Could someone explain me why longhaul saver business fares from ARN are so much cheaper than from other ports on the continent? QR and TK seems to often throw out quite some cheap fares.
Purchasing power is much greater in ARN than at WAW, PRG ...
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Originally Posted by warakorn View Post
Could someone explain me why longhaul saver business fares from ARN are so much cheaper than from other ports on the continent? QR and TK seems to often throw out quite some cheap fares.
Purchasing power is much greater in ARN than at WAW, PRG ...
It depends on destination.
To Chima is often cheaper from Warsaw and Prague than from Stockholm.
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