Oneworld partners American Airlines and British Airways are having an amazing sale for business class tickets from Gothenburg, Stockholm and Oslo. The airlines selling numerous connections for less than US$1,600 (~€1,472) on American Airlines’ website, with flights to Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York and many more.
Here are some examples of this amazing offer. Since tickets are only available on AA’s website, we quote prices in US Dollar:
- Stockholm – Charlotte for US$1,557 (~€1,432)
- Stockholm – Miami for US$1,558 (~€1,433)
- Gothenburg – Los Angeles for US$1,566 (~€1,440)
- Gothenburg – Las Vegas for US$1,566 (~€1,440)
- Gothenburg – Seattle for US$1,566 (~€1,440)
- Gothenburg – Orlando for US$1,566 (~€1,440)
- Gothenburg – Atlanta for US$1,566 (~€1,440)
- Gothenburg – Tampa for US$1,567 (~€1,441)
- Stockholm – Portland for US$1,568 (~€1,442)
- Gothenburg – San Francisco for US$1,576 (~€1,449)
- Gothenburg – Boston for US$1,576 (~€1,449)
- Stockholm – Chicago for US$1,587 (~€1,460)
- Gothenburg – St.Louis for US$1,596 (~€1,468)
- Oslo – Miami for US$1,610 (~€1,481)
- Oslo – Philadelphia for US$1,612 (~€1,483)
- Oslo – New York for US$1,612 (~€1,483)
- Stockholm – Key West for US$1,628 (~€1,497)
- Stockholm – Cleveland for US$1,635 (~€1,504)
- Oslo – Las Vegas for US$1,639 (~€1,507)
- Gothenburg – Puerto Rico for US$1,672 (~€1,538)
While not as cheap as the mainland destinations, you can also find decent priced tickets to Alaska:
There are many more destinations available. For most, we show the cheapest example with departure from Gothenburg – however, flights from Oslo and Stockholm are usually available for just a little more. Flights to Hawaii are discounted, too.
Our Go2 will forward you to American Airlines with your selected flight dates., where the flights are available. You can find the reduced fares basically anytime between September 2023 and June 2024.
If you are willing to spend a little more, flights to the same destinations from Brussels and Dublin start at €1,600.
Most itineraries will first take you to London Heathrow, where you will board an American Airlines or British Airways plane to take you across the Atlantic Ocean. While most destinations can be reached with a single stop in London, some more exotic destinations like Key West or St.Louis require you to tack on an American domestic flight in American Airlines’ domestic first class.
British Airways was the first airline to offer lie-flat seats – over 20 years ago. Sadly, many seats are still from that time and no longer reach today’s standards in other aspects. Especially in the Boeing 747, the seats were extremely narrow. Furthermore, it is unusual that every other seat is facing backward. If you, however, fly in a plane that has the new Club World seats installed, you’ll be flying in a much better product, sometimes even with Suite seats that offer a lot of privacy. A general downside at British Airways: there is no free seat reservation, which is unusual for a business class.
Even if American Airlines doesn’t enjoy a good reputation for many, its business class is very good. Every seat has direct access to the aisle and the service, as well as the food and the seat, are at a very high standard. Travel-Dealz founder Johannes tested the Boeing 777 and really enjoyed the flight.
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The fare rules for these tickets give no expiration date, yet we expect this offer to be gone rather sooner than later. A minimum stay of six days applies.
All flight segments are booking class D, giving you quite decent earnings like this example from Gothenburg to Los Angeles via London:
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