New York & Boston: £1,193 / €1,384 Oneworld Nonstop Business Class From London

British Airways Business

Oneworld members American Airlines and British Airways will fly you in business class from London to New York and Boston for as low as €1,384 (~£1,186). You can fly from late January until mid-March 2022.

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Flying to the USA is currently not really possible, and we don’t know when the entry restrictions will be lifted.

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These flights aren’t available on British Airways’ website, at least not at this price. Iberia’s website will display higher prices at first, but once you’ve selected your flights, the price will drop to the mentioned prices.

These business class flights will allow you to bring 2 x 32 kg of checked luggage, as well as 2 pieces of hand luggage.

By the way, there are currently also some other great business class deals from London:

Search & Book

Your trip has to include a Sunday and take place between December 27 and March 31. Furthermore, you can only depart from London from Tuesday through Thursday, and fly back between Monday and Wednesday.

You can search for dates on Google Flights (instructions) or, even better, simply use our calendar above, which will redirect you to Iberia’s booking site. Even though the flights are operated by American Airlines or British Airways, it is Iberia who is selling them at this low price for some reason.

Warning

We expect further shakeups in the airline industry over the following months. Some services might be cancelled, aircraft changed or downgraded. The schedule we describe may very well change.

American Airlines Business Class

Even if American Airlines doesn’t enjoy a good reputation for many, their 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.

American Airlines Business Class Sitz flach
180° flat seat in the American Airlines business class

British Airways Business 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.

British Airways Club Suite Seat 5
British Airways Club Suite

Mileage

Tickets are issued in booking class I. This example is for a roundtrip to New York:

  • 15,490 Award Miles + 8,600 Tier Miles on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 13,850 Points on Finnair Plus
  • 10,320 Avios + 280 TP on British Airways Executive Club
  • 10,320 Avios + 150 TP on Iberia Plus
  • 8,600 Miles on S7 Airlines Priority Club
  • 8,600 Miles on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 8,600 Miles on SriLankan FlySmiles
  • 8,600 Miles on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  • 8,600 Miles on LATAM Pass
  • 8,600 Miles on Royal Air Maroc Safar Flyer
  • 8,600 Qmiles + 60 Qpoints on Qatar Privilege Club
  • 8,600 Award Miles + 90 Tier Miles on Asia Miles
  • 8,600 Award Miles + 13,760 EQMs on American AAdvantage
  • 4,820 Miles on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
Data provided by wheretocredit.com. Without guarantee on correctness.

Hotels

Hotels are fairly expensive in the US. Therefore it really makes sense to especially compare prices, but also location and reviews. You definitely want to get the best bang for your bucks. We would recommend using our favorite hotel booking platform for that:

Please also make sure to check our hotel voucher and coupons. You may be able to use one of them:

Information & Tips for USA

The USA offers many sights, natural wonders and cultural significance. Thanks to numerous airlines offering flights across the Atlantic, it is always pretty inexpensive to get there. Alternatively, you can also cross the Atlantic by boat.

Immigration, ESTA & Visa Requirements

The USA has one of the strictest entry regulations in the world. Most EU citizens, among others, are lucky to be able to participate in the so-called Visa Waiver Program. If you get an electronic entry permit (ESTA)  for about €12, you don’t need a visa for entry.

The Best Time to Visit

Due to its sheer size, the perfect time to visit the USA varies greatly from region to region. In winter, Florida is very popular due to the mild temperatures. In the summer the West and East Coasts are flooded by tourists which drives up the prices for hotels and flights and during the Indian Summer in late autumn New England is a very popular destination. The hurricane season between July and September can be dangerous in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. Florida and the southern states are regularly struck by these tropical storms. Blizzards occur from the East Coast to the Midwest during the winter months and regularly put air traffic and public life on hold.

Climate diagram for New York City, New York (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)
Climate diagram for Los Angeles, California (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)
Climate diagram for Miami, Florida (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)

Currency

The US dollar is widely used throughout the world and accepted as a currency in most tourist hotspots worldwide. That being said, carrying cash isn’t necessary in the US, all you need is a credit card! These are very common in the USA and are accepted pretty much everywhere without any issues. If you already have a credit card in your wallet, you should make sure that it does not charge a foreign currency fee if possible. Carrying a few dollars in cash doesn’t hurt though. You might need cash e.g. for the bus ticket if you want to buy it directly from the driver. Most of the time you even have to give exact change.

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