Sydney: €2,160 in ANA’s Business Class From Amsterdam

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You can fly business class from Amsterdam to Sydney, Australia and back for roughly €2,150. While various Star Alliance airlines are available, it is particularly interesting to fly all long-haul flights with All Nippon Airlines (ANA).

On the flight from Frankfurt to Tokyo, you’ll sometimes even be able to fly in the new The Room business class suites. That might change until 2021, but it would definitely be a highlight.


It will probably still take a few months until trips to Australia become possible again. For now, international tourism is set to reopen in late autumn of 2020. That may, however, still change and be postponed.

As you can book these flights on Lufthansa’s website, Lufthansa’s flexible options will apply. You can then reschedule the trip until December 2021, while paying the price difference. The price difference, however, could be high (or even very high).

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ANA business class from Amsterdam to Sydney for €2,149

You’ll first fly with Lufthansa or Austrian to one of the hubs in Frankfurt, Munich, or Vienna. The long-haul flights are then operated with a Boeing 777 or Boeing 787. You can also fly with Lufthansa, but we recommend flying with ANA – their business class is simply better.

The new ANA suite is currently scheduled for the Frankfurt-Haneda segment. But other airplanes also have a modern business class installed with lie-flat seats.

How to get to Amsterdam

Schiphol International Airport, located in Amsterdam is the largest airport in the Netherlands. With over 50 million passengers a year, it is the fourth largest airport in Europe and KLM’s home base.

Amsterdam is easy to reach by car from the Benelux countries as well as from Denmark. Alternatively, you can also travel to Amsterdam with Flixbus.

All Dealz departing from Amsterdam

Search & Book

According to the fare rules, this deal can be booked until June 17, 2020 for departures until February 28th, 2021. The inbound flight can be on a later date.

There’s a minimum stay requirement of 6 days (or a Sunday), with the maximum set at three months.

You’ll find suitable dates quickly by simply using Google Flights or Lufthansa’s best-price search. You then have to book the flights on Lufthansa’s website.


The tickets are issued in booking class P. You’ll get quite a lot of miles, especially at SAS Eurobonus, United MileagePlus, and Aegean Miles+Bonus. The ANA flights should get you:

  • 42,690 on Ethiopian ShebaMiles
  • 33,520 on SAS EuroBonus
  • 32,470 on United MileagePlus
  • 32,020 on Aegean Miles+Bonus
  • 32,020 on TAP Miles & Go
  • 32,020 on Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  • 26,680 on Etihad Guest
  • 25,640 on Air China PhoenixMiles
  • 22,840 on Miles & More
  • 21,590 on Air Canada Aeroplan
  • 21,340 on EgyptAir Plus
  • 15,510 on Singapore KrisFlyer
  • 15,390 on Copa ConnectMiles
  • 15,390 on Thai Royal Orchid Plus
  • 15,260 on ANA Mileage Club
  • 14,940 on Vietnam Golden Lotus Plus
  • 14,940 on Asiana Club
  • 14,940 on Philippine Airlines
  • 14,940 on South African Voyager
  • 14,940 on Avianca LifeMiles
  • 14,940 on Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles
  • 14,940 on EVA Infinity MileageLands
  • 14,940 on Garuda Indonesia GarudaMiles
  • 14,940 on Air India Flying Returns
  • 450 on Asia Miles
  • 450 on LATAM Pass
Data provided by Without guarantee on correctness.
Information & Tips for Sydney

Sydney is Australia’s most populous city and offers a lot to see for tourists. The metropolis on the east coast of the country is also Australia’s largest transport and trade center and therefore relatively easy to reach.

Flights to Australia usually start at around €1,000 for Economy Class tickets. However, we regularly show you deals with prices far below € 1,000.

From the airport to the city

The airport is 9km from the city center and easily accessible by train, bus, taxi, and ferry. A ride by train costs about 10€, a taxi ride about 25€.

All Dealz for Sydney

Cover Picture: © ANA

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  1. Klaus Carol Dietrich says:

    Ich bin Deutscher und lebe in Deutschland und wundere mich sehr , wieso der Newsletter auf einmal , nachdem er fast 2 Wochen gar nicht ankam, plötzlich in Englisch gehalten ist.
    Was ist denn bei euch los, corona?

    • Johannes says:

      Hallo Klaus,

      nach meinen Aufzeichnungen hast du dich am 12. Juni von Newsletter abgemeldet und am 14. Juni für den Newsletter angemeldet. Du kannst dich hier wieder in den Newsletter eintragen:

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