Meaningful business discounts on non-stop flights between London and Hong Kong have been as rare as hen's teeth in recent times. All four airlines plying this route do good business and even in off-peak months they have managed to charge normal fares in business class. But two major carriers, namely British Airways and Qantas, have broken ranks. Normally a return ticket on this route would typically cost over £3,500. But both have decided to offer a seat sale rate of £1,600 return (a saving of almost £2,000) for travel in the peak summer period between July 1 and August 31.
In addition, both carriers are cutting business class fares on their daily non-stop flights from Heathrow to Bangkok and Singapore with both cities priced at around £2,000 return. The fare to Singapore is valid between July 15 and August 31 while the Bangkok offer is valid between August 1 and August 31. The main restriction is that tickets must be booked by June 7 and a Saturday night stay is required.
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