British Airways have sent their last two Boeing 747-400s into retirement, with the final aircraft leaving Heathrow this morning. To mark the occasion, they have 747 Club World return business class tickets on sale for £999.

This is a very good deal, even if there are only 747 of them available. There are plenty of places you can fly, all of which were previously served with the jumbo jet.

Return Business Class Destinations

You can secure these tickets in Club World for the following destinations. Atlanta, Austin, Nashville, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago, Charleston, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Orlando, Portland, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose (California), Tampa, and Washington feature in the USA.

Further afield, there is Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Mexico City, Cancun, Islamabad, Lahore, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Dubai, Muscat, Tel Aviv, Cape Town, Mauritius, Male, and Seychelles.

Can You Find Them?

I did a quick search from London Heathrow to Denver from 25 February to 1 March and the flights priced up at £977 return, which is even better than the offer price.

Since I don’t live in London, I checked the same dates out of Dublin and it prices up at the usual price. Therefore, you will need to leave from London to avail of the offer.

Overall Thoughts

With just 747 of these return business class tickets available, I imagine they will sell out quickly. That being said, perhaps they will be difficult to find.

Either way, £999 for a transatlantic Club World ticket is great value. Travel needs to be between 1 November 2020 and 31 March 2021, so you’d better get cracking if you want one.

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