HURRY: Transatlantic Business Class From $722 Roundtrip ($141 in Coach)

Via Live and Let’s Fly Canadian discounter Air Transat is offering roundtrip business class flights from Canada to Europe starting at $722. Fly coach for as little as $141.

Fares are available, for instance, Montreal – Paris and Toronto – London.

  • Travel permitted November 1 through December 16
  • Saturday night stay required
  • Refunds appear to be permitted for $300 penalty up to 24 hours prior to departure
  • Change penalty is $200 with no changes permitted within 24 hours of travel

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Here’s a sample of Toronto – Montreal – Paris and back in business class:

This certainly won’t last. Just in case the airline decides they want to renege on such a deep discount offer, a case of seller’s remorse, I’d wait awhile after buying tickets before making additional non-refundable travel plans around the fare.

And bear in mind that Air Transat’s business class is angled, not a fully flat seat and of course US residents have positioning flights to and from Canada.

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  1. These are the guys that left two planes in Ottawa for hours, full of people, without Air Conditioning, water, food or the ability to get off (escape). There was such a furor in the aftermath the Canadian Government called a special commission to examine it.

  2. I’m sorry, but I wouldn’t call that business class. I’d call it “business class.” I’ve been on Soviet-era planes that were more comfortable.

  3. This plane is more like the Norwegian front of the plane. It’s really premium economy, not J class.

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