Dawn over Eiffel tower and Seine, Paris, France
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This article originally appeared in Travel & Leisure.

Several airlines are selling steeply discounted business class seats to Europe, according to a deal alert from The Points Guy.

For U.S.-based travelers booking summer vacations, there are cheap (relatively speaking) tickets across the pond as early as June 2017, including a $1,791 flight from New York City to Dublin, Ireland, in American Airlines’ business class cabin.

For $1,988, Pittsburgh-based travelers can fly to Paris in the Delta One business class cabin. Boston-based travelers can also check out the award-winning new business class cabin with a $1,993 round-trip to Dublin.

There are also trips to Frankfurt, Germany, on Singapore Airlines for $1,997, departing from New York City in late June. Lufthansa and United are also selling inexpensive business class tickets.

Fares below $2,000 can be found through March 2018.

Because so many airlines are offering discounts to so many European destinations, The Points Guy recommends doing a Google Flights search to find the cheapest availability to your preferred European destination.