Fly KLM Business Class to Asia From £699!!!

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If you want to fly Business Class to Asia but don’t want to pay £1,000s, read on!

From Warsaw you can currently book some very cheap SkyTeam Business Class fares to Asia – starting from ~£699 (785 Euros). You need to book by 19 January 2018  and travel between 23 January and the end of the year.

Getting to Warsaw is very cheap and easy from most parts of the UK. Hotels are extremely good value there too and it’s an interesting city in its own right, so well worth a quick look around if your schedule permits.

Business Class to Asia from £699 (785 euros)

The following prices are for dates at the beginning of March:

  • Chengdu from ~£699 (785 Euros)
  • Xiamen from ~£755 (848 Euros)
  • Fuzhou from ~£885 (996 Euros)
  • Beijing from ~£1,150 (1,295 Euros)
  • Guangzhou from ~£1,155 (1,299 Euros)
  • Seoul from ~£ 1,156 (1,300 Euros)
  • Shanghai from ~£1,165 (1,309 Euros)
  • Hong Kong from ~£1,217 (1,368 Euros)

Here’s an example to Chengdu:

Business Class to Asia

Business Class to Asia – where to credit the flights

If you book KLM Business Class it should be in Booking Class Z, which gives you 125 percent of the flown miles on Air France / KLM Flying Blue. In this case, that’s just over 16,000 Flying Blue miles.

At Delta Skymiles, you earn 150% Medallion Qualification Miles and 125% bonus miles.

I would actually recommend crediting the flights to Alaska Mileage Plan though, which also offers 125% of flown miles, but I value Alaska Miles considerably more than I value Flying Blue or Delta Miles.

KLM World Business Class

For most destinations in China, KLM uses the Boeing 787, which has the latest Business Class product on board. It has a 1-2-1 reverse herringbone configuration installed.

Business Class to China for under 1,000 euros

Otherwise, it’s a mix different configurations, but all have lie-flat seats these days I think.

KLM Business Class Offers

Note that some of the flights are also operated by China Southern, so be careful what you choose. China Southern offers a standard 2-2-2  lie-flat seat, and you can’t credit China Southern flights to Alaska MIleage Plan.


  1. Craig Sowerby says

    Nice. Going to see panda bears in Chengdu is on my bucket list…

    It’s also worth noting that you can’t earn Alaska miles on KLM / Air France flights after 1 May, 2018.

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