Fare wars! Middle East and India to the US in Business Class starting from $1,740USD

Etihad Airways Business Class

This post isn't like our usual Business Class fares ones, but recently a nice little price war has appeared and a lot of coming out of different airlines and we summarized them in this post.

So far this is what we could find, (prices in US Dollars):

Air Serbia

  • Tel Aviv to New York starting from $2,014

Book here

Cathay Pacific

  • Kathmandu to Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle or Washington D.C. starting from $1,882

Book here

Egyptair

  • Beirut to New York starting from $2,144

Book here

Etihad

  • Muscat to Chicago starting from $1,752

Book here

Kuwait Airways

  • Ahmedabad to New York starting from $1,900
  • Bangalore, Bombay to New York starting from $2,045
  • Muscat to New York starting from $1,740

Book here

Qatar Airways

  • Amritsar to Chicago* or New York* starting from $2,139
  • Bangalore* to Boston* for $2,178
  • Bombay*, Chennai, Hyderabad, New Delhi* to Atlanta, Boston*, Dallas*, Houston*, Miami,  New York*, Philadelphia* or Washington * starting from $2,093
  • Goa to New York * starting from $2,108
  • Tehran to New York * starting from $2,087

Qsuite Available*

Book here

Singapore Airlines

  • Ahmedabad to Los Angeles, San Francisco or Seattle starting from $2,095
  • Bangalore to Seattle starting from $2,107
  • Colombo, Kolkata to Los Angeles or Seattle starting from $2,121

Book here

Turkish Airlines

  • Colombo to Chicago or New York starting from $1,919
  • Kuwait City to New York starting from $1,733

Book here

 

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