British AirwaysAlthough summer usually means higher airfares, it’s just the opposite for seats in the front of the cabin. That’s when airlines start to discount them heavily because business travelers typically take the summer off and the airlines have a difficult time finding leisure travelers to spend the money. British Airways appears to be the first this season as they just came out with an all-inclusive business class sale from select US gateways to the UK and Europe starting at just $2699* round-trip.

Must buy by May 14, 2013 for travel between June 28, 2013 and September 5, 2013.

Here’s your chance to enjoy fine wine, delicious food and most importantly a 180-degree, fully-flat bed at a third of the price.

Book on ba.com

Speaking of BA: If you are on Twitter, be sure to join me (@JohnnyJet) and travel expert Chris McGinnis (@cjmcginnis) this Friday at 12 noon ET / 9am PT as we are hosting an hour-long chat on how onboard technology is making flying better. The hashtag is #TravelSkills and our sponsor, British Airways, will be giving away some cool prizes!

Related: My London to Los Angeles flight in BA’s Club World.

Johnny Jet
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