British Airways release Business/First sale fares ex-UK… and a Silly Fare to Seoul….

There seems to be a discount sale with British Airways in the Premium Cabins – with some rather keen prices.

All prices are starting from prices, ex London Airports.

North America
Booking period: to 13 November 2012
Travel Period: 14 December 2012 – 04 January 2013*

Destination 	Club from 	First from
New York 	£1,247 	        £2,445
Philadelphia 	£1,355 	        £2,553
Miami 	        £1,405 	        £2,604
Toronto 	£1,423 	        £2,621
Chicago 	£1,457 	        £2,655
Las Vegas 	£1,473 	        £2,671
Orlando*        £1,599          n/a
Tampa*   	£1,599  	n/a
Vancouver 	£1,629 	        £2,829
Boston 	        £1,695 	        £2,893
Washington 	£1,759  	£2,959
Los Angeles 	£2,419 	        £3,617
San Francisco 	£2,495   	£3,694

Note: Travel to Orlando/Tampa 14 December 2012 - 15 October 2013; 

Africa & Middle East
Booking period: to 13 November 2012
Travel dates: 14 December 2012 – 04 January 2013

Destination 	Club from 	First from
Tel Aviv 	£659 	        n/a
Dubai 	         £999 	£2,299
Abu Dhabi 	£1,099 	£2,399
Nairobi 	£1,499 	£2,999
Johannesburg 	£2,019 	£3,519
Cape Town 	£2,179 	£3,679

Caribbean

Travel dates 15 January – 15 October 2013*
Booking period: to 13 November 2012

Destination 	Club from 	First from
Kingston 	£1,295 	        n/a
St Lucia 	£1,595         	£2,595
Barbados 	£1,595 	        £2,795
Grenada 	£1,595     	£2,995
Antigua* 	£1,595 	        n/a
Bermuda  	£1,899 	        £3,399

Note: Travel to Bermuda 13 April – 15 October 2013

Asia

Travel dates 14 December 2012 – 04 January 2013
Booking period: to 13 November 2012

Destination 	Club from 	First from
Bangalore 	£1,199 	        n/a
Delhi           £1,199  	£2,499
Mumbai 	        £1,199  	£2,499
Seoul    	£1,295 	        £2,795
Beijing /	£1,893 	        £2,993 
Shanghai 	£1,893 	        £2,993
Hong Kong 	£1,899 	        £3,399
Tokyo 	        £1,995  	£3,495

Those fares too rich for your blood? Well check out this post on FlyerTalk (http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/british-airways-executive-club/1405332-special-seoul-launch-offer.html):

British Airways is using the Korean love for the number seven to promote its new route to South Korea’s capital Seoul.

It is offering business class fares for £777 return – some 70 per cent off the normal price – for seven days between November 9 and 16 for outbound travel between December 2 and December 13.

There will also be premium economy seats at £577 return and economy at £377 return for the same period.

And of course BA is flying a Boeing 777 on the route, six times a week with First class, Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller cabins.

Meanwhile British Airways Holidays is offering five nights at the three-star Novotel Seoul Ambassador Doksan in Seoul from £629 person – saving £320 each – based on two people sharing, departing December 3.

The price includes return economy British Airways flights from Heathrow and room-only accommodation.

This one is priced to move fast and generate some traffic – they’ll be selling this route at a loss (and no, I can’t take part in the sale as I have a lot of things on in December), so if you can squeeze this… TAKE IT – this is going to be Tier Point Crazy for not a lot of cash.


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Comments

  1. Bethany says

    I really wish I could take advantage of these fares but we need to save upfor trip to Orlando early next yr. I would of loved to flown biz class to Orlando heh.

  2. srptraveller says

    Hmm never been to ICN, but have recently seen a hurricane!

    Nice job on the post and on your support for post Sandy relief

  3. Danny says

    Currently in Seoul. Awesome city although I suspect it may be too cold in December.

    Great job by all the boarding area bloggers on the Hurricane Sandy relief effort

  4. says

    You can get a lot more tier points for £777 than 280 for a Seoul round trip …. Although don’t let that put people off what is a great fare, even if all you do is fly on somewhere else in Asia.