Airfare of the Day: Srilankan Airlines BUSINESS CLASS Bangkok (BKK), Thailand to Dubai (DXB), United Arab Emirates from $1,143 Round Trip

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Srilankan Airlines and their business class excursion round trip fares between Bangkok and Dubai.

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Fare Details:

  • Fare: SriLankan (UL) IE3MTH BKK to DXB
  • Booking class: I
  • Price: from $1,143 (from $914 Base Fare + Taxes & Surcharges).
  • Day/Time restrictions: do not apply.
  • Seasonal restrictions: do not apply.
  • Flight restrictions: the fare component must be on any UL flight operated by UL.
  • Advanced reservation/Ticketing restrictions: reservations are required for all sectors.
  • Minimum stay requirements: do not apply.
  • Maximum stay requirements: travel from last international stopover must commence no later than 3 months after departure from fare origin.
  • Stopovers: 2 stopovers permitted on the pricing unit limited to 1 free and 1 at THB 1000.
  • Transfers: unlimited transfers permitted on the pricing unit.
  • Blackout dates: travel is not permitted 24FEB 18 through 30APR 18.
  • Travel restrictions: do not apply.
  • Sales restrictions: tickets must be issued on UL or HR.
  • Cancellations: charge THB 3600 for cancel/refund.
  • Changes: charge THB 2200 for reissue/revalidation.

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I was able to find availability from August 2018 to June 2019 using Matrix:


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Accruals:

The following accruals were estimated using wheretocredit calculator for BKK-CMB-DXB round trip travel on UL marketed and operated flights without considering any elite status bonuses or ongoing promotions.


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