Edited by: Nick Ellis
& Juan Ruiz
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Foodies, history buffs, airline enthusiasts, and deal hunters alike will be jumping on this deal featuring nonstop flights from the West Coast to Germany in business class. You can book a ticket from just $2,300 round-trip and you’ll get to experience Condor’s brand-new lie-flat seats, which means your vacation will start the second you step on board!
Here’s everything you need to know.
Tickets at this price are available mostly from the end of October through November of this year, though we managed to find availability up to February 2024. This is a unique opportunity to experience Condor’s newly debuted Airbus A330-900 cabin which boasts lie-flat seats and a so-called “Whisper Quiet Cabin.”
The flight itself is such an exciting deal that you’ll nearly forget where you’re going. Grab a frankfurter and sip on some Ebbelwoi (apple wine) and let’s look at the numbers:
The lowest rates we found are from Seattle (SEA), though these discounted prices are available across the West Coast’s main gateways.
This price is also available from (typically expensive) Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
On your way home, don’t forget to stop in at one of Lufthansa’s lounges. These complimentary luxuries really make your money go further on this already amazing deal.
You can book these flights through a third-party OTA (online travel agency) or directly through Condor. Here are our suggestions for these options.
If booking from a third party, we recommend using a card such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve® to pay, since it’ll earn you 3x Chase Ultimate Rewards points on all travel purchases and offers excellent travel insurance. However, it does run the risk of frustrating phone calls to an OTA if you need to change or cancel your flights.
If you choose to book these flights directly through the airline, you’ll be able to earn 5x American Express Membership Rewards points that The Platinum Card® from American Express offers on flights booked directly with the airline (up to $500,000 per year, then 1x).Hot Tip:
Check out our guide to the best websites for flight deal alerts to ensure you don’t miss out on the next great travel deal!
Don’t pass on this amazing deal to fly to Frankfurt in Condor’s new business class. It’s a new, modern business class product that you can book for an excellent price. It almost makes us forget about how amazing Germany is as a destination — book now before these prices go away!
For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.
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