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The UK seems to be on sale recently. Just a few days ago we posted a First Class deal with British Airways to North America and now today we have a good premium economy deal with Lufthansa! There is no reason to not pack your bags, so go get them ready and let’s go to Asia. Lufthansa Group is offering Premium Economy Class from UK cities to Bangkok/Asia from £591 R/T. Here are some routes that I have found:
|Route (R/T)||Price from||Availability|
|London – Bangkok||£591
|May to June
Scattered across 2019-2020
|Manchester – Bangkok||£597
Scattered across 2019-2020
|Edinburgh – Bangkok||£629||Scattered across 2019-2020|
|Manchester – Hong Kong||£601||Scattered across 2019-2020|
|London – Singapore||£597||Scattered across 2019-2020|
The above table is not an exhaustive list. It provides a minimum price guide, based on demand, prices may fluctuate. Any Intra-Europe connecting flights are high likely operated by aircraft not fitted with Premium Economy Class. Hence, you are most likely flying Economy Class on Intra-Europe route unless there is an aircraft equipment change.
Other things to note
1) Bangkok to London via Munich operated by Lufthansa and Sunexpress Germany.
2) Bangkok to London via Vienna byAustrian Airlines
How to find this deal?
The best way to find this deal is by searching Google Flights or via the ITA Matrix. As mentioned earlier, the above table is not an exhaustive list. Click on this link to play around with the calendar and destinations!
Some key general terms and conditions
- Sales until 9 June 2019
- Rebooking and refund are not allowed
- No cabin upgrade by miles
- 2 pieces of checked in baggage up to 23kg per piece
What is the Premium Economy product like?
Where should I credit this ticket?
Check out where to credit. These tickets should book into fare code N (Premium Economy sector) and Y (Economy sector), for some great earnings on Singapore Airlines. Other great places to credit these miles include Aegean Airlines and United Airlines.
If this Premium Economy Class deal does not fancy you, Lufthansa and Swiss are currently running an excellent First & Business Class companion fares sale departing from the United Kingdom (LON / MAN / BHX / EDI / GLA) to several destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and South America. This offer is valid until 19 May 2019. Check out this promotion by clicking the post below.
How should I pay for this ticket?
I recommend booking this deal directly with the airline as that is the safest way to ensure that your tickets are in good hands.
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