Amazing deal alert: Oslo to Asia in business class from £1,193 with Qatar

Jan 28, 2020

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Qatar Airways is the gift that keeps on giving. Starting your trip from Oslo in business class can save you a ton of money on return flights to Asia. If you’re lucky, you might even get Qsuite on all four sectors of your trip.

Related reading: The ultimate guide to Qatar Qsuite

Not only is this a great price, you will also earn yourself a ton of Tier Points, which will may even be enough to get you to the next level of British Airways Executive Club status.

To book these flights, head to Google Flights and enter Oslo (OSL) as your origin city and either Bangkok (BKK), Hong Kong (HKG) or Tokyo (NRT) as your destination. Be sure to set the class of service to business and then scroll through the calendar function to find dates that work for you — there are dates available right through to the end of the year. Finally, click through to book directly with Qatar.

Airline: Qatar Airways
Routes: OSL to BKK/HKG/NRT via DOH
Cost: £1,193+ return in business class
Travel Dates: February – December 2020

Here are some examples of what you can book:

Oslo (OSL) to Bangkok (BKK) for £1,193 return in business class:

Oslo (OSL) to Hong Kong (HKG) for £1,303 return in business class:

Oslo (OSL) to Tokyo (NRT) for £1,344 return in business class:

Featured photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy.

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