Business Class Flights to Miami
Booking Business Class to Miami
Finding the best fares available for business travellers on flights to Miami that offer a business class cabin is a simple process when working with SkyClub. All of the SkyClub representatives work with business travellers and clients on a personal level in order to find the best fares available that meet their requirements. SkyClub are a team of experts who have dedicated time to gaining necessary experience in the travel industry. As a result, they are able to use this knowledge and their invaluable knowledge in order to search for the best fares out there.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow, Manchester||MIA||3 per day||£2349|
|Air France||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MIA||6 per day||£2260|
|British Airways||Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow||MIA||11 per day||£2349|
|US Airways||Heathrow, Manchester||MIA||3 per day||£2349|
|American Airlines||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MIA||9 per day||£2139|
Flying Business Class to Miami from the UK
A number of the world’s leading airlines and America’s most rapidly expanding air carriers operate flights to Miami from the UK with business class fares. Airlines who offer a business class cabin on flights to Miami include US Airways, American Airlines, British Airways, Air France and Virgin Atlantic.
Miami International Airport is the most popular airport in Miami and is located in the west of the city; it is an important and busy hub for air traffic between North America, Latin America and Europe as well as being one of the largest airports that currently operates in the world. Another airport that business travellers may use is Fort Lauderdale International Airport – this is located north of Miami and offers plenty of international services. The benefit of using Fort Lauderdale International is that it receives less traffic that Miami International Airport. Business class flights from the UK operate from most major UK airports and cities including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Glasgow, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Manchester.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Miami has plenty of attractions for business class travellers to visit – everything from relaxing beaches, high-end restaurants, and boutique shopping can all be found in the city. South Beach is one of the hot spots in Miami which provides travellers with the chance to indulge in some shopping. There is also 1.5 million acres of prairies, swamps and sub-tropical jungles located in the Everglades National Park – one of the most unusual attractions that Miami has to offer. For business travellers wishing to enjoy something different they can canoe, walk, or take a tour of the everglades and possible spot one of the endangered species the park is home to.
A car is the most convenient way for a business class traveller to travel around the city unless they are planning to stay in the downtown area of Miami of in a single location without moving around. However, if it is a business trip which will require business travellers to move around the city with ease, a car is the recommended method of transport. Miami roads are typically easy to navigate which roads set out in a grid system and roads numbered to indicate how far from the city centre they are. Taxis are generally avoided as they are considered an expensive way of travelling around the city.
The safest areas in Miami that business travellers should be aware of are Virginia Key – a quiet destination located just beyond Key Biscayne and full of Florida’s native wildlife and CocoWalk which is situated in Coconut Grove. Coconut Grove offers business travellers the chance to enjoy a range of stores and small bistros that offer a variety of food and goods from kitsch to Caribbean. The CocoWalk should be visited during the day time to be able to spend enough time there and enjoy the sunshine. Some notable hotels that are recommended for business travellers are the Viceroy Miami hotel located Downtown – this offers business travellers the chance to stay within walking distance to corporate offices; there is also the Mandarin Oriental and the Four Seasons hotels which are also located in Downtown Miami.