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American Airlines Business class Manchester to Oklahoma £1,046.00 Return

£1046.00 @ American airlines
I appreciate this flight route and airline may not appeal to everyone but I think that just over £1k to fly to the USA Business Class on a lie flat bed is a great deal. In fact for the same route it… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I appreciate this flight route and airline may not appeal to everyone but I think that just over £1k to fly to the USA Business Class on a lie flat bed is a great deal.
In fact for the same route its actually more expensive to fly in the main cabin.
You get to fly business class on the transatlantic part of the route and 1st class on the domestic part.
1 change, and of course you get access to the business lounges.

If anyone can find any better USA Business class deals to destinations other than the east coast please post them. I often travel to the Mid West and occasionally to the West Coast and always like a good deal.

Looks like this deal is for at least July, August and September.
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What's there to do in Oklahoma? Is there a Primark?
8 Likes
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_ ;)


Maybe you should stop typing and give your laptop to charity?
7 Likes
Hmmm - yes a deal but AA have always had and recently increased their dire reputation.
6 Likes
Great price. I guess they don't have a lot of high end business class customers who say "forget New York or LA, I'm going to Oklahoma"!

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7 Likes #1
Hmmm - yes a deal but AA have always had and recently increased their dire reputation.
1 Like #2
Yeah it's a good deal. It's difficult finding good prices for US destinations other than the places the likes of Norwegian and Thomas Cook go to. I ended up getting a direct flight to Vegas, stay overnight and then use Allegiant to get to Grand Rapids, because flights aren't cheap to Michigan. I'll be getting a return to Vegas after that so the trip isn't all bad. :D

Edited By: drasim on May 11, 2017 08:17
6 Likes #3
Great price. I guess they don't have a lot of high end business class customers who say "forget New York or LA, I'm going to Oklahoma"!
4 Likes #4
...all this is assuming they don't physically assault you in an attempt to remove you from the flight that you've just paid £1046 for

Scumbags!
1 Like #5
Not a bad price for business class - you can actually get some sleep in those seats. I've only ever flown AA in economy class and while it's true that they treat you like sheep and the food is inedible (make sure you eat before you get on), the seats are more comfortable than the equivalent seats in BA.
1 Like #6
good price, interesting location to visit to. ive flown AA quite a lot from Manchester and It does the job,( agree about the food though, although the hot Pizza is ok :-) ), even in economy, or preferably MCE for a few pounds more
#7
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)
3 Likes #8
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)
For this particular route economy costs more!
1 Like #9
Can this be booked through ba.com? if so how many tier points do you get? Also where is the via point? i flew back from JFK to MAN with AA last year and their business class was very outdated and really not worth the money
2 Likes #10
flipper118
Can this be booked through ba.com? if so how many tier points do you get? Also where is the via point? i flew back from JFK to MAN with AA last year and their business class was very outdated and really not worth the money


not that i was in biz, i was just behind the curtain with the rest of the unwashed X)
1 Like #11
flipper118
Can this be booked through ba.com? if so how many tier points do you get? Also where is the via point? i flew back from JFK to MAN with AA last year and their business class was very outdated and really not worth the money
I have not checked if it can be done via BA. There is 1 connection with this flight in Chicago.
#12
No to any American companies or else I will get kicked out of the plane due to over booking (_;)
#13
what dates ?
2 Likes #14
Trending
No to any American companies or else I will get kicked out of the plane due to over booking (_;)

or be offered $10,000 not to fly............... ker-chiiiiiiiiiiing
1 Like #15
billbobargins
what dates ?
I have found this deal for August. I also checked July and September and also found the same price.
#16
Does this include 'assistance' for getting on/off plane?
15 Likes #17
What's there to do in Oklahoma? Is there a Primark?
#18
Looks like Manchester to New York return in July - business class - is only 1,800 Dollars as well - which doesn't sound too shabby

Edited By: majortom on May 11, 2017 12:21
#19
majortom
What's there to do in Oklahoma? Is there a Primark?
No.. however there are things to do https://www.visitokc.com/
2 Likes #20
Gollywood
...all this is assuming they don't physically assault you in an attempt to remove you from the flight that you've just paid £1046 for

Scumbags!


To be clear American Airlines are not United Airlines, it's two entirely different companies. AA are pretty decent. They partner with BA so a good way to earn tier points too.

Heat OP.
3 Likes #21
Only 24 hrs from Tulsa.
1 Like #22
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)

middle name ends in 'tupid'?
#23
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)
Was this meant to be a joke :|
#24
obsydian
Hmmm - yes a deal but AA have always had and recently increased their dire reputation.
You're thinking of Delta... Come on.
#25
flipper118
or be offered $10,000 not to fly............... ker-chiiiiiiiiiiing

Upto $10k. It works on an auction, starting at $100.
#26
waterloo
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)
Was this meant to be a joke :|
nope , just a thought for those who would pay a lot more than economy prices to fly business class
1 Like #27
majortom
What's there to do in Oklahoma? Is there a Primark?

Yes! The biggest Primarni you have ever witnessed is waiting for you just over yonder... No I'm only kidding, I don't know sorry :p


Edited By: 21benson on May 11, 2017 21:26
#28
Great deal but I can't find anything below $2,000 in August for Business Class
1 Like #29
jeanhuguesanglade
Great deal but I can't find anything below $2,000 in August for Business Class
I just did a random one of 7th to 21st Aug and got the low price.

£1046
2 Likes #30
Are United Airlines and American Airlines the same? I don't understand why people are mentioning the United Airlines event on this thread?
4 Likes #31
United Airlines in the same breathe as American Airlines because most American carriers have similar levels of poor product and poor customer service. It's generic, always has been. The Asian airlines lead the way (Trump is probably right that they have an unfair playing field due to effective state subsidy) and European airlines like our own BA and Virgin are playing in the middle ground of "just about good enough".

Anyways. I did fly AA on a domestic "first class" recently and confirm the seats are huge and comfortable.
They give you generous sized drinks in real large glasses. The stewardess kept coming round with G&T's.
On the way home i had a Virgin UC flight but was pi$$ed as a [email protected] after coming off the AA flight thanks to those G&T's. Enjoyed every minute of it.
8 Likes #32
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_ ;)


Maybe you should stop typing and give your laptop to charity?
#33
Wish it was to Atlanta. Hubby paid more than this to come from Atlanta to Manchester cattle class last Christmas (we waited too long to book the flight hoping prices would drop, they fluctuate so much, won't be doing that again)!

Edited By: Elkelriko on May 11, 2017 23:11
1 Like #34
Wow, this is flights only????

Where's the deal?
#35
does that mean that I have to go to Manchester then end up in Oklahoma? it's a no from me!
#36
Oklahoma is a big place. Any clue as to where in Oklahoma?
#37
StolenDiagram
Wow, this is flights only????

Where's the deal?


This is a great deal. It's around £3k each way for a transatlantic flight in business normally. Not every deal has to be cheap to be good value.
#38
flipper118
Trending
No to any American companies or else I will get kicked out of the plane due to over booking (_;)

or be offered $10,000 not to fly............... ker-chiiiiiiiiiiing


Even better, a multi-million dollar settlement if you resist ;)
#39
fresno.bob
whizzkid1
or fly economy and give the difference to a charity of your choice ?(_;)
Maybe you should stop typing and give your laptop to charity?
already did . I'm using the library one
1 Like #40
StolenDiagram
Wow, this is flights only????
Where's the deal?
We could draw you a schematic but I suspect you'd lose it.

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