In celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee June 2-5, British Airways has launched some incredible deals on business class fares to London from 13 major U.S. cities. With this 3-day sale, fly business class for only a few hundreds dollars more than regular prices for economy seats.

$1948 — Biz Class: 13 U.S. Cities to London (R/T incl. Tax)

These fares are valid for travel May 26 – June 9, giving travelers the opportunity to help honor the Queen’s 60-year reign, beginning in 1952 (although we are finding fares for $1948). Jubilee events will include the Carriage Procession, The Thames Pageant and other performances throughout the week.

This deal is so incredible because in some cases the fares are less expensive than economy nonstop fares over the same travel dates. Fly from the following cities for just $1948 roundtrip, including taxes:

  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Los Angeles
  • Miami
  • New York City
  • Philadelphia
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • Washington, D.C.

How to Find the Fares

It’s simple:

  1. Search on from any of the above origin cities to London for travel anytime May 26 – June 9
  2. Once the search is complete, use the Cabin Type filter on the left side of the search results page
  3. Make sure to un-check “Allow Multiple Cabin Types?” to view these fares
Cabin Types Filter on

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British Airways Club World

Business class on BA, also called Club World, looks pretty appealing. They have seats that fold into fully-flat beds, which are 6 feet total in length (definitely sounds appealing to taller travelers like me). Club World travelers also gain access to BA lounges at the airport prior to departure, plus other perks. For more information check out British Airways Club World information page.

I usually only go for sub-$300 Europe fares, but this is definitely a tempting offer since I have never experienced a long-haul business class flight. What do users think of British Airways business class compared to other carriers? What’s your favorite?

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Matt is an airfare deal hunter, whose amazing finds have been published in AM New York and He currently calls New York City home, but frequents Europe and the Middle East. His travels last year took him to Stockholm for $150 and Barcelona for $250 roundtrip, including taxes.

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