Deal alert: Business class to Europe from NYC for less than $1,800 round-trip

Nov 22, 2021

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Flying from New York to Europe is always more enticing in business class. This offer on TAP Portugal is one to note, with business-class flights starting below $1,700 round-trip.

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Our friends at Scott’s Cheap Flights were the first to report on the deal which can be booked directly through TAP Portugal.

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Airline: TAP Portugal
Routes: New York/New Jersey (JFK/LGA/EWR) to London (LGW), Munich (MUC), Paris (ORY) and Vienna,
How to book: Directly through TAP Portugal’s site
Travel Dates: Through October 2022


The deal includes round-trip business-class flights from New York and New Jersey airports to various European cities:

  • Vienna (VIE)
  • Prague (PRG)
  • Paris (ORY)
  • Munich (MUC)
  • Oslo (OSL)
  • Warsaw (WAW)
  • Madrid  (MAD)
  • Geneva  (GVA)
  • Zurich  (ZRH)
  •  London (LGW)

From JFK-LGW in mid-January, you can snag a flight in business-class for $1,648.97 round-trip.

(Screenshot Courtesy of TAP Portugal/

If you want to wait until the spring, there are flights available in March from ERW-VIE at $1,734 round-trip for business class seats.

(Screenshot Courtesy of TAP Portugal/

Related: Why I’m only using miles right now to fly to Europe

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Bottom Line:

If you’re based in the New York area, you can take a business class jaunt to some of Europe’s most renowned cities for less than $1,700 round trip. At that price, it may be worth it to consider flying to New York to grab this deal.

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