OFFERS: Best ex EU business fares – Bangkok from £816 , Dubai from £619 and much more

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Since I found some interesting fares while researching the flash Qatar sale, I thought it was worth a round-up now that ex Eu fares are becoming feasible again. Obviously, it adds some complexity in that you need to look at the entry requirements of both the ex-EU destination and your final destination. Testing can become tricky due to the timeframes of your destinatio’s requirements. One option with this is to do a rapid PCR or antigen test as close as feasible to departure. Companies now offer rapid PCR tests (3-4 hours) from around £100. You can find your nearest testing centre or the best deal using the Covid Testing Network comparison site.

Here are the best deals and the airlines:

  • Stockholm to Bangkok
    • Finnair £1137
    • Swiss £816 
  • Stockholm to Singapore
    • Finnair £1189
    • Qatar £1219
  • Stockholm to Dubai
    • Qatar £1113
  • Stockholm to Seoul
    • Finnair £1265
  • Stockholm to Hong Kong 
    • Swiss £1241
  • Stockholm to Phuket 
    • Finnair £1005

Wat Arun, Bangkok city,Thailand

  • Oslo to Phuket 
    • Finnair £1005
  • Oslo to Bangkok
    • Finnair £1107
    • Emirates £1386
  • Oslo to Singapore
    • Finnair £1296
  • Oslo To Auckland
    • Qatar £2352
  • Oslo to Tahiti
    • United £3154

Dubai

  • Helsinki to Johannesburg
    • Qatar £1481
  • Helsinki to Dubai
    • Finnair £619 (A350 but bear in mind cost of getting to Helsinki)
Tokyo MT fuji

Tokyo

  • Copenhagen to Bangkok
    • Air France/KLM £1140
  • Copenhagen to Hong Kong
    • Finnair £1392
  • Copenhagen to Tokyo
    • Turkish £1484
  • Copenhagen to Rio de Janeiro
    • KLM £1541
  • Copenhagen to Los Angeles 
    • British Airways £1313 (from Apr 22)

Aerial view of Rio De Janeiro. Corcovado mountain with statue of Christ the Redeemer, urban areas of Botafogo and Centro, Sugarloaf mountain.

  • Amsterdam to Rio de Janeiro
    • Iberia/LATAM £1,201
  • Amsterdam to Bogota
    • Iberia £1,247
  • Amsterdam to Lima
    • Iberia £1,399
  • Amsterdam to Quito
    • Iberia £1,294
  • Amsterdam to Miami/Fort Lauderdale
    • Iberia/AA/BA £1193 (2 stops but 440 TPs return)
  • Amsterdam to Honolulu
    • Iberia/AA £1747
  • Amsterdam to Cape Town
    • Etihad £1280
    • Qatar £1338
  • Amsterdam to Nairobi
    • Turkish £1146
    • Qatar £1203
  • Amsterdam to Bangkok
    • Finnair £1017
    • Singapore Airlines & Scoot £1289
  • Amsterdam to Singapore 
    • Finnair £1332
  • Amsterdam to Phuket
    • Turkish £1388
    • Etihad £1476
  • Amsterdam to Mumbai
    • British Airways £1245
  • Amsterdam to Hong Kong
    • Finnair £1369
  • Amsterdam to Bali
    • Turkish £1458
  • Amsterdam to Sydney (March 22)
    • Lufthansa/ANA £2436
  • Amsterdam to the Maldives
    • Turkish £1651

 

  • Madrid to Rio de Janeiro
    • Iberia/LATAM £952
  • Madrid to Buenos Aires
    • LATAM £942
  • Madrid to Cartagena 
    • KLM £1291
  • Madrid to Lima
    • LATAM £865
  • Madrid to Panama City
    • American £1488
  • Madrid to Miami
    • American £1172
  • Madrid to New York
    • Iberia £1172
  • Madrid to Montreal
    • Air Canada £1168
  • Madrid to Los Angeles
    • American £1217
  • Madrid to Las Vegas
    • United £1415
  • Madrid to Seattle/San Francisco
    • American £1176

Bora Bora

  • Rome to Dubai/Abu Dhabi
    • Royal Jordanian (oneworld) £823
  • Rome to Bangkok
    • Finnair £986
  • Rome to Phuket
    • Finnair £1462
  • Rome to Singapore
    • Finnair £1241
  • Rome to Sydney
    • Lufthansa ANA £2183 
  • Rome to the Maldives
    • Qatar £1387
  • Rome to Tahiti
    • United £3084

 

  • Paris to Auckland 
    • Lufthansa/Swiss/Air New Zealand £2063
  • Paris to Sydney
    • Lufthansa/Asiana £2098
  • Paris to Bangkok
    • Finnair £985
  • Paris to Dubai
    • Swiss/Lufthansa £992
  • Paris to Seoul
    • Finnair £1241
  • Paris to Phuket
    • Qatar £1289
  • Paris to the Maldives
    • Turkish or Qatar £1530
  • Paris to Cape Town
    • Qatar £1578
  • Paris to Rio de Janeiro 
    • Lufthansa £1145
  • Paris to Bermuda
    • Air Canada £1482

 

Bermuda

 

You can check prices and availability here:

British Airways

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Iberia

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Etihad

Royal Jordanian

Qatar Airways

Lufthansa

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10 Comments on "OFFERS: Best ex EU business fares – Bangkok from £816 , Dubai from £619 and much more"

  1. Nice but useless post without travel dates.

    • I think useless is pretty harsh. You can use Google flights to check your preferred route in a couple of seconds if you wish and it will show what dates are available on the calendar. To go through that many routes in total would take hours for me, I try to include dates where practical in more targetted articles but it isn’t always possible.

      • Keep up the good work Michelle honestly I don’t know what’s wrong with people all this work is appreciated.

        A few months ago I actually took a pun and booked Paris to Phuket in January with Qatar. They’ve change the flights from a350 for the 4 flights to a380 Paris to Doha and a350 and the new 787-9 will get to try the different q suite see what’s that like. Let’s hope they don’t change again.

  2. On Tuesday booked LHR-BKK-LHR Finnair business for £1042 over Easter 2022 including flatbeds to/from HEL. Check Finnair first ex UK as there are some cheap deals on their business light and if you have OW status you get the lounge access, extra checked bag and seat assignment anyway.

    • Agreed there are some good ex UK fares too which I have seen a few of, so I’ll cover them too. And that’s a good point about status as well. Even without status I still think they are good value.

  3. I’m sure this took a huge amount of effort, so thank you!

  4. Agreed. Well done and carry on keeping us informed.

    P.S. My tier reset is August but I should comfortably get 450 tier points before June. Are BA likely to stick to that agreement?

    • At the moment it’s not totally clear. I tried to get clarity from
      BA but their statement didn’t really help matters. My feeling is that if your target is stated on your account as 450 that they should honour that. I’d take a screenshot of that.

  5. Yes, Michelle. Thank you for your very good work and ignore ungrateful readers.
    xx

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