Oneworld Business Class: Open Jaws Spain → North America → London Starting at €937

British Airways Club Suite Seat Window

Oneworld members British Airways and Iberia have put a marvelous price tag on business class open jaws across the Atlantic, selling tickets for around €1,000 when you start your journey in Spain and end it (or have a layover) in London.

Possible destinations are spread out all across the United States and Canada, allowing you to visit cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many more.


This deal is no longer available.

Here are some examples for this fare:

Even more interesting are the double open jaws (with the inbound departing from a different airport). This way, you will enjoy two or three hours more business class (i.e. to the West Coast or Texas) for almost the same price:

  • Madrid – Toronto | New York – London for €937
  • Madrid – Montreal | New York – London for €937
  • Madrid – Dallas | New York – London for €979
  • Madrid – Washington D.C. | New York – London for €979
  • Barcelona – Seattle | New York – Manchester for €1,006
  • Madrid – Houston | New York – London for €1,007
  • Barcelona – Philadelphia | New York – London for €1,021
  • Madrid – San Francisco | New York – London for €1,022
  • Barcelona – Chicago | Dallas – Budapest for €1,202
  • Madrid – Los Angeles | New York – London for €1,028

These tickets are sold by British Airways. Our Go2 tool will you get there in just a few clicks – the travel period lasts from February through June 2024. You journey must start in Spain and end outside the country to get the lowest fare (London works best).

You can easily get the price below €700 by completing the inbound flight in economy class.


Since you can choose between a wide variety of American airports, you can experience almost all possible business class products, from Iberia’s A330s and A350s to British Airways new Club Suites on the Airbus A350 and Boeing 777. Their dated Airbus A380 business class is also in the mix.

You can travel to these North American airports:

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These tickets are on sale without a set expiration date – we expect the offer to sell out or be withdrawn rather soon. A minimum stay from Saturday to Sunday is necessary to get the lowest fare.

While Google Flights‘ multistop search can be quite tedious, it is the fastest way to find the tickets in question. We strongly recommend booking with one of the involved airlines like British Airways or Iberia.

You can squeeze up to six flights on these tickets, giving you ample opportunity to collect miles and spent quality time in business class. We recommend using the ITA Matrix to compile such trips.

You can find our tutorial for the tool here. After compiling your journey, you can use the ITA Matrix Powertools to find an airline that sells these tickets.


All tickets are issued in booking class I. The itinerary shown in the screenshot (Madrid to Dallas and New York to London) yields the following mileage:

  • 19,754 Award Miles + 11,357 Elite Qualifying Miles on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 12,596 Points on Finnair Plus
  • 10,497 Award Miles + 4,303 Tier Miles on Royal Air Maroc Safar Flyer
  • 10,497 AsiaMiles + 105 Club Points on Asia Miles
  • 10,497 Award Miles on LATAM Pass
  • 10,497 Avios + 65 Qpoints on Qatar Privilege Club
  • 10,497 Miles on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 10,497 Miles on SriLankan FlySmiLes
  • 8,397 Points + 14 Elite Points on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  • 7,772 Miles on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
  • 7,433 Miles on American AAdvantage
  • 5,163 Avios on Aer Lingus AerClub
Data provided by Without guarantee on correctness.

Our mileage calculator will show you earnings for other possible itineraries. You are also not bound to nonstop flights, giving you opportunity to increase your earnings by routing flights via London on the outbound or via Helsinki on the inbound.

Thanks to our source Vielfliegertreff!

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