El Al: Fly Business Class From Europe To Bangkok Or Hong Kong With Free Stopovers In Israel From $1,569 Or 104K Sapphire Reserve Points Round-Trip!

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El Al has some great business class fares from Europe to Bangkok or Hong Kong. Best of all you can stopover in Israel in both directions.

For example, I went on Priceline, chose multi-city, selected business class, and plugged in random dates for 4 legs from Paris-Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv-Hong Kong, Hong-Kong-Tel Aviv, and Tel Aviv-Paris:


This itinerary would earn 17,000 points when credited to Qantas.

Dates are available in January, February, and March.,

Sample round-trip business class fares:

  • Moscow to Hong Kong: $1,569
  • Paris to Hong Kong: $1,742
  • Moscow to Bangkok: $1,836
  • Amsterdam to Bangkok: $1,838
  • Paris to Bangkok: $1,854
  • Milan to Hong Kong: $1,932
  • Milan to Bangkok: $1,975
  • Barcelona to Hong Kong: $1,989
  • Amsterdam to Hong Kong: $2,034
  • London to Bangkok: $2,035
  • Barcelona to Bangkok: $2,089
  • London to Hong Kong: $2,090

If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve card you can redeem points for 1.5 cents each towards travel.

You can login to your account and redeem Chase points for travel here. The cost will start from 104,612 points round-trip! That rate include all taxes and you will still earn flight miles as well!

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HT: jfkeze, via DDF

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Five flames


Trying to get my mom business to Israel from NY. Anyway to get direct flights or need to settle for stopovers using united? Thinking of using chase points. Would “plan B” through united work if she’s not a United cardholder and not a platinum member?


Lifemiles has some good options,stopover only. Qantas has some direct, hard to get business class but they have premium economy direct.




how can i go back to my old elal flights that i flew a while ago and credit them retroactively to quantas? I did not plug in my matmid number during the reservation ? thanks


I am never, ever flying el al again!!!

…..Wait…..thats a pretty good deal…


Nothing originating in Israel


The “deal” here is that you get up to 3 vacations for the price of one… If you start in Paris, flyup a few days before.. then fly to Israel in Business Class, spend as much time as you want there… Then vacation 2 is HKG/BKK/PEK… Return home to Israel spend as much time in Israel as needed and then spend vacation 3 in style back to Paris or another city… To get to Paris and back just buy a cheap ticket and in advance you could have three vacations for the price of one… And some Qantas points in the process… I run a travel consultancy, feel free to ping any questions… 🙂


That’s all gr8 but for those of us already in Israel this doesn’t help, unless we can fly to Paris say one way then take the biz flight to HKG, BKK or PEK and then on the way back stay in Israel. Truth is getting on mid-way the first round would be best 😉 Or just getting a flight originating from TLV.


TLV-CDG is £42 on a sample day in February… I mean it’s not like reposition to Burma from the US like many did to get a deal in the past… You can get a TLV-HKG in Business non-stop for £2500!


Thanks for the HT! CDG HKG seemed to be the best option as it was all 789s! Beijing was working last week but operated by 777s…


what happens if you skip the return leg to europe (meaning the final leg)?