Air France Flying Blue Promo Awards: Fly Business Class Between Chicago And Europe Or Israel For Under 40K Miles Each Way!

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Air France Flying Blue’s promo awards for January have been released.

Promo awards are nonrefundable and non-changeable. They also have fuel surcharges.

Currently, promo awards are available between the following cities and Europe, Russia, or Israel:

  • Chicago: 25% off business class tickets from 2/28-4/29
  • Calgary: 25% off business class tickets from 2/28-4/29
  • Toronto: 25% off business class tickets from 2/28-4/29

You can find valid origin cities above and then login to an Air France account to search for award space. On this page you can search for awards and click on “You are looking for a flight around these dates” to access the flexible award calendar.

Chicago to/from Tel Aviv in business class:

 

 

 

 

You can transfer points from AMEX, Barclays, Capital One, Chase, Citibank, or Marriott to Flying Blue.

Will you book any promo awards this month?


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My mann

One addition you can transfer from capital one too!:)

OW

Are these refundable with in 24 hours?

Yochai

The ticket is, but not the transfer. So if you transfer points from a credit card, they will be stuck in FB.

Alexander

lie flat?

R.M.

Usually that’s not the case in business class

duh

any way to do this from newark?

Aaron

Can someone who flew business with Air France comment how their experience was compared to other airlines??

Thank you!!

Danielle

Excellent

Ari

Are the fees each way? So $500 in fees for a round trip? I tried looking for flights, but it only gave me an option for a return that is a month away from departure.

R

You should book 2 one ways. No reason to book a round trip. Same price and more flexibility – ESPECIALLY when the ticket isn’t refundable

Willie

looking for feb 11-20 to go to israel… not allowing me to search how many points it would be… from anywhere in us would anyone be able to help?

Bob

Spent too much time today trying to book a Delta domestic ticket using Flying Blue miles. Lots of instructions online on how easy it is — none of them work. Figured it was a holiday and maybe the glitch will be gone later in the week.

Daniel H

Technical Error on three browsers/Iphone App.
Works fine when I don’t use the promo fares?!

E&N

Don’t know about the promos but I just booked one way from DTW to TLV at the end of January on Flying Blue for 24,500 points and $98. And the AMEX points transfer instantly.

Rochel

Any one know why all the cheapest economy seats using miles is now 29,000 (instead of 25,000)? They said it’s the new policy since April. Also, if I wait a few months, will more or less seats become available at a low rate for August?

Rochel

Does anyone know why all the cheapest economy seats using miles is now 29,000 (instead of 25,000)? They said it’s the new policy since April. Also, if I wait a few months, will more or less seats become available at a low rate for August? I can’t find more than a few limited seats now for the low rate.

myi

Any way to book without miles in your account? seem to be getting a red x when trying to search wont allow me to do anything without me having miles in my account?

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