Via CondeNast Traveler
KLM and Air France are slashing business-class tickets for travel to Amsterdam, Paris, London, and Rome from select U.S. cities during autumn and early winter.
Fly to Paris in the luxury of business class from New York, Detroit, Atlanta, or Seattle from $2,103 or head to Amsterdam, Rome, or London from $2,315. These fares are valid for travel November 1, 2015 through January 4, 2016 and represent almost half off the usual business class airfares on these popular transatlantic routes.
Flying World Business Class on KLM means enjoying new, lie-flat seats with a bed length of six feet eight inches, amenity kits by Dutch design duo Viktor + Rolf, on-demand entertainment on 17-inch screens, in-seat power, meals served on crockery designed by Marcel Wanders, and a parting gift of a collectible mini Delft ceramic house filled with gin.
Flying Business Class on Air France also means a fully flat seat (of six feet six inches), in-seat power, and on-demand entertainment (16-inch screens), but the smaller touches take on a decidedly French flare. The amenity kit is by French beauty brand Clarins, and the meal service is a standout with menus planned by Michelin-starred grands chefs,including Régis Marcon, Michel Roth, Joël Robuchon, and Guy Martin.
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