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Current Ex-EU Long Haul Oneworld Business Class Deals

Current Ex-EU Long Haul Oneworld Business Class Deals

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Old Feb 10, 19, 9:26 pm   -   Wikipost
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[Philosophy]

This is a Wiki for OneWorld long haul business class deals, from the EU/EEA to the rest of the world.

If you find a fare, please read the guidelines first, and add it here with the same format as the others.
Please post on the thread if you think some of the deals are gone, and if other people do agree, please remove it from the wiki.
If there is a thread for a given fare, please add a link to the wiki, and if you want to discuss a fare and there is no thread yet, please create one and link it there.

More guidelines and details at the bottom of this post.

[Current Deals]

~~ Middle-east ~~

MAD-TLV - £569 - €650 -- IB IDL6RF

~~ Asia ~~

OTP-CMB - £1,216 - €1,388 -- QR
AMS-BKK - £1,277 - €1,459 -- BA INCEU60
BUD-DEL - £1,284 - €1,466 -- AY
BCN-DEL - £1,324 - €1,513 -- AY ISA2ES
BUD-HKG - £1,381 - €1,577 -- AY
ARN-SIN - £1,408 - €1,599 -- QR IJR7R1RX
OSL-BKK - £1,419 - €1,620 -- QR RJNOP1ZX
ARN-HKG - £1,442 - €1,647 -- CX
BUD-NRT - £1,456 - €1,663 -- QR
OSL-SIN - £1,470 - €1,680 -- QR IJR7R1RX
PRG-NRT - £1,754 - €2,003 -- QR
AMS-Japan - £1,756 - €2,007 -- BA/IB/JL ITSOEU
OSL-Japan - £1,797 - €2,052 -- AY/JL ITSOXEU

~~ North America ~~

OTP-PHX - £1,192 - €1,361 -- BA/AA
BUD-BOS - £1,222 - €1,395 -- BA/AA
ARN-MIA - £1,221 - €1,394 -- AY/AA/BA
DUB-North America - from £1,237 - €1,414 -- BA ILN2T8S6 Thread
OTP-ORD - £1,279 - €1,460 -- BA/AA/IB
BUD-YYZ - £1,308 - €1,493 -- BA/AA
BUD-LAS - £1,344 - €1,535 -- BA/AA
WAW-JFK - £1,347 - €1,538 -- AY/BA
BUD-LAX - £1,393 - €1,591 -- AY/BA/AA
BUD-SFO - £1,429 - €1,632 -- AY/BA/AA
BUD-SEA - £1,572 - €1,795 -- BA/AA
ARN-LAX - £1,654 - €1,889 -- AY/BA
WAW-SEA - £1,672 - €1,909 -- AY/BA
BUD-YVR - £1,681 - €1,920 -- BA
ARN-SFO - £1,763 - €1,990 -- AY/BA
BUD-HNL - £1,782 - €2,035 -- BA/AA
DUB-HNL - £1,675 - €1,892 -- BA/AA
OSL-HNL - £1,847 - €2,109 -- AY/BA
AMS-HNL - £1,928 - €2,203 -- AA/AY ILN8C1S4

~~ South America ~~

OPO-GRU - £1,052 - €1,201 -- LA
FCO-Brazil - from £1,125 - €1,285 -- LA ZEEEV98T
OPO-BSB - £1,211 - €1,383 -- LA
OPO-CWB - £1,212 - €1,384 -- LA
MAD-CCS - £1304 - €1,489-- IB INNNRO
PMI-CCS - £1,366 - €1,560 -- IB
MAD-LIM - £1,470 - €1,680 -- IB INNNNO
MAD-LIM/UIO- £1,486 - €1,697 -- LA ZEEEV30R

~~ Oceania ~~

ARN-BNE - £1,840 - €2,101 -- CX Thread
OSL-CBR - £2043 - €2,334 -- QR
HEL-SYD - ca £2300 - €2640 -- QR

[Outdated fares from last week]

MAD-BOG - £1,449 - €1,655 -- IB


[Guidelines]

- Origins: Anywhere in the EU/EEA. This means most people who are interested in those kinds of fares can position to the origin somewhat easily.
- Cost: This is up to you, but if you are unsure, please do post a response and ask others. Please post fares in pounds and euros.
- Length: I mention long haul - in general think about fares where you have the opportunity to fly a long segment on a lie-flat bed.
- Other limitations: We're only interested in business class on OneWorld members right now.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 9:49 am
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Thank you bigben for initiating this thread and let me add my vote to the idea of a dedicated wiki.

Originally Posted by zip10001 View Post
May I suggest to convert the fares to for ex-EU flights?
I think any mileage runner or indeed anyone on FT should be able to do their own currency conversion quite easily without imposing their native currency on the entire community.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 9:52 am
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great idea - thanks for the upkeep
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Old Feb 7, 19, 9:57 am
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I am not sure if this is the right place to discuss in front of the "Dom Perignon & Caviar" audience the PE OW fares, but I think they are great alternative to the bus prices - there is load of them from all around the Europe (AMS, PRG, FRA, VIE) and from my perspective they provide enough comfort to get you between LHR & East Coast US for fraction of the bus price - many of them < 700.. But I don't want to spoil the brilliant idea of this thread with another off topic..
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Old Feb 7, 19, 10:41 am
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Thanks thebigben!
I think a wiki (with the very title OP posted) would be helpful. But keep it business class only, not F, & not PE. Those can have their separate wikis (?).
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Old Feb 7, 19, 11:26 am
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Wiki done, please add links if you see them, I've just added one as example for the ARN-BNE fare. I'll be sitting down and having a look on google flights to find more fares
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Old Feb 7, 19, 11:43 am
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I don’t know if this can be considered a good deal, but I booked a couple of days ago the next flight: LHR-IAH-DFW-AGU in PE and then CLO-MIA-JFK-LHR in J for £1,500 (mix of BA/AA, booked with AA). Lot of different routes to Mexico and back from Colombia available. I need to go to both places for work, but as I need the tier points to renew Platinum with IB (OW emerald), I added a couple of stops more.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 11:54 am
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Originally Posted by ggomtel View Post
I don’t know if this can be considered a good deal, but I booked a couple of days ago the next flight: LHR-IAH-DFW-AGU in PE and then CLO-MIA-JFK-LHR in J for £1,500 (mix of BA/AA, booked with AA). Lot of different routes to Mexico and back from Colombia available. I need to go to both places for work, but as I need the tier points to renew Platinum with IB (OW emerald), I added a couple of stops more.
Good find, I'd probably consider it a good fare if both legs were in J as far as this thread goes, but generally fares out of LHR are more expensive because of taxes, thus, if you're set on starting from LHR, it's decent!

On another note, added 17 new fares to the wiki, that's enough searching for me today, but I'll be back over the week-end to search some more.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 2:35 pm
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Originally Posted by thebigben View Post
All the fares are in the Wiki above!

I apologise since this is a different format, please do close if it's not allowed but I am finding many deals, some of which weren't on the forum, and in this case, checking each fare individually against what already exists and posting different threads for each would take significantly more time than finding which good premium fares are current. I will do my best to keep this first post updated.

I am doing this since I've got my loyalty with OneWorld and am generally keen to depart anywhere in Europe, and I hope this proves to be useful for people with similar interests. I am doing my best to mentally filter what is a unusually good fare given the destination at hand, for example, going to Japan or flying on Cathay is usually more expensive, but please do provide feedback when you can.

If anything is of interest, you should be able to find the fare in Google Flights in order to get a better idea of dates and connections. If this thread proves of interest, I can also spend the time to write more detailed descriptions for those.
thanks you for this!!!
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Old Feb 7, 19, 2:48 pm
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Great idea and nice work thebigben.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 3:08 pm
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I just tried searching the next 6 or 7 months for a few of the routes to the US (just about all the BUD and OTP and I'm not seeing anything below 2200. Kind of hoping someone can post a snappy screenshot proving my ineptness in searching . Im flying back from my honeymoon in November (used miles to book the flights out) and I can't even find good coach fares on OW ex-EU.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 3:46 pm
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Brilliant idea. Hope to see a *A one as well
As a suggestion would be good to get some sample dates, but nothing that Google Flights search can't sort it out.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 4:30 pm
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I just tried a month by month search for BUD-YYZ and nothing is close to the prices at least on ITA or google flights.
BA/AA BUD-YYZ £1,308 €1,493
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Old Feb 7, 19, 4:36 pm
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What a great concept thanks very much as I need to start planning renewing my status and this may prove invaluable well done and look forward to viewing this thread on a regular basis
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Old Feb 7, 19, 7:51 pm
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I am really struggling to find the MAD-TLV fare, admittedly I am on my phone now so when I have my laptop with me it may be easier to find.
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Old Feb 7, 19, 8:54 pm
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Might be clearer to start with the route in the wiki - as it is all OW in any case.
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