Business Class Flights to Dubai
Booking Business Class to Dubai
In order to find business class flights to Dubai with the best available fares, business travellers should talk to a representative of SkyClub. The SkyClub team are a number of travel industry specialists who work on a personal one-to-one basis with their clients, using their expertise and knowledge to find the business class flights which are most suitable to their client’s trip specifications. As well as this, representatives at SkyClub will work hard to find flights to Dubai with the best business class fares available.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Manchester||DXB||5 per day||£1293|
|Emirates||Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow||DXB||16 per day||£1553|
|Oman Air||Heathrow||DXB||1 per day||£1261|
|British Airways||Heathrow||DXB||2 per day||£727|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow||DXB||1 per day||£752|
Flying Business Class to Dubai from the UK
There are a number of airlines that operate business class flights from the UK to Dubai. These airlines all offer a business class cabin on routes from the UK to Dubai, as well as a range of amenities, products and services to satisfy business travellers. These airlines include Oman Air, British Airways, Qantas, Etihad Airways and Emirates Airways.
Business travellers flying into Dubai will more than likely be on a service which lands at Dubai International Airport. This is the largest airport in the Middle East and a hub for Emirates’ – Dubai’s flag carrier. The airport has grown significantly and is now home to three terminals; terminal 1 – the main terminal; Terminal 2 – the regional flight terminal and Terminal 3 which is exclusive to Emirates. Business class flights which operate from the UK to Dubai depart from the main UK airports including London Heathrow, Manchester, London Gatwick, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Dubai is a city unlike any other and so, offers a range of unusual attractions that business travellers may wish to visit throughout their time there. The first major attraction is the Burj Al Arab which is also a luxury hotel; the architecture of the building resembles the sail of an ship and inside guests will find rooms which double stories and a restaurant that features an aquarium filled with 999,000 litres of water. There is also the Palm Jumeirah and The World; both are artificially created archipelagos – the Palm Jumeirah covers 25 square kilometres whilst The World consists of 260 individual islands put together to be a mirror image of the Earth.
Travelling around the city of Dubai is easy for business travellers; Dubai is home to a public transport system that rivals any city in the Middle East. However, it is car-orientated so most business travellers may wish to hire a car or end up using taxis. Taxis are easiest to spot and will usually be found outside of malls or hotels – they can be flagged down but this becomes an issue during rush hours. In this case, car hire may help with ease of transportation for business travellers- some companies even offer chauffeur driven car hire ensuring travellers can have a knowledgeable guide to the cities and prepare for meetings during rides.
One of the safest areas in Dubai is the Palm Jumeirah – it is located away from the hustle and bustle of the main areas but remains easily accessible. All of the areas are easily connected to the mainland via a bridge and tunnels which run undersea. Business Class travellers will also be spoilt for choice in terms of hotels which are appropriate to their needs. Hotels that may interest business travellers include the Traders Hotel which is just 15 minutes away from Dubai International, Taj Palace Hotel which is in the heart of the city, Al MuroojRotana Hotel and Suites and Raffles which is inspired by the Egyptian pyramids.