Deal Alert: Fly From Europe to Seoul From £977 Return in Business Class

Aug 1, 2019

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It’s no secret that flights originating in Europe can often be cheaper than those originating in the UK. And today, we have another example of that with a deal from Budapest (BUD) to Seoul, South Korea (ICN) for just £977 return in business class.

The flights are with Star Alliance carrier LOT Polish. They’re either nonstop from BUD to ICN or require a stop in Warsaw (WAW). The longest segment of each of the itineraries is operated by LOT’s 787 Dreamliner, which offers a lie-flat seat. You can even consider this itinerary to be two stops in one trip by making use of the time spent in Budapest.

To find the cheapest fares, head to Google Flights and enter BUD as your origin and ICN as your destination. Be sure to set the class of service to business and then scroll through the calendar to find dates that work for you. Some of the dates are repricing to higher amounts, but you can click through to LOT’s site to find dates where the pricing is displayed.

Airline: LOT Polish
Routes: BUD to ICN
Cost: £977+ return in business class
Travel Dates: February – March 2020

Here’s an example of what you can book:

Budapest (BUD) to Seoul (ICN) for £977 return:

Budapest (BUD) to Seoul (ICN) for £977 return:

Budapest (BUD) to Seoul (ICN) for £977 return:

H/T: Flyertalk

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