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Business Travel to Italy, next spring

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My wife and I are planning a 3 week vacation to Italy to celebrate our retirement. I would like to travel on business class but my usual carrier Delta airlines requires a Y class ticket plus 50,000 miles, the Y class ticket (upgradable coach) costs $3,500 while a regular business cost ~ $3,900. Their program certainly is not designed to reward their customers.
I would appreciate any suggestions on discounted and reliable travel sites that offer business class tickets. Milan or Rome are viable arrival options. Have you had good experiences with discounted sites and the airlines that they represent. Your suggestions will greatly appreciated.

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