Business Class Flights to New York
Booking Business Class to New York
The best available business class fares to New York can be found through working with a SkyClub representative. SkyClub are a team comprised of members who have had a wealth of travel industry experience and knowledge which enables them to provide clients with appropriate advice, and work with them on a personal level to find the best available business class flights to New York which are most suited to their client’s requirements.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow||JFK||5 per day||£1453|
|British Airways||Heathrow||JFK||11 per day||£1455|
|United Airlines||Manchester, Glasgow||EWR||7 per day||£1423|
|Delta Airlines||Heathrow||JFK||3 per day||£1419|
|Swiss Air||Heathrow, Manchester||JFK||2 per day||£1421|
Flying Business Class to New York from the UK
There are a number of airlines that offer business travellers flights from the UK to New York City, with business class cabins and a number of amenities to enjoy whilst in-flight. These airlines include Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Iberia, US Airways and Swiss Airline.
There are three points of entry into New York City with John F. Kennedy International Airport being the main and most popular airport for flights from the UK. Other airports also include La Guardia which is a busy domestic airport and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey which is a large international airport like JFK. Business travellers using jets may use Teterboro Airport. Flights operate from around the UK – most frequently from London Heathrow but also London City Airport and Manchester. Flights from Newcastle and Scotland are also available, though they are less frequent and may not be direct, but require a connecting flight.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
For business travellers enjoying some downtime, there are a number of attractions which are considered must-see sights to see. The Empire State Building is the most prolific destination for tourists, offering views of the city from the observatory located on the 86th floor. New York City is also renowned for luxury shopping – some of the big name stores include Harrods and Harvey Nichols, as well as Macy’s which includes 11 floors and is large enough to get lost in for a day.
Additional transportation is a must in New York – many people may feel they need to rent a car for a business trip to New York, however, this is not recommended and will become more of a hindrance than an asset. Many people choose to simply walk around the city, but the iconic yellow cabs and taxis are by far the easiest way of navigating around the city. These can be hailed at any time, though it is best to book whenever possible, to ensure the taxi is safe and registered.
Staten Island and TriBeCa are two of the safest areas to stay in whilst visiting New York; Staten Island has always been a safe borough and continues to stay that way. TriBeCa however, is one of the most crime-free neighbourhoods that business travellers can stay in and visit whilst in New York. It is home to boutique shopping, loft apartments and exclusive fine dining restaurants. TriBeCa is considered one of the most tranquil, quaint and quiet neighbourhoods that New York has to offer. There are a number of hotels that Business Class travellers can stay in whilst visiting New York; these include the Grand Hyatt – one of the most conveniently located hotels, situated on 42nd Street at Park Avenue and near to Grand central Station. There is also the Millennium UN Plaza New York which offers great views of Manhattan, the renowned and well-respected 70 Park Avenue – a Kimpton Hotel located on East 38th Street, near to Park Avenue and Affinia Dumont at 150 East 34th Street which is located within close proximity to the Empire State Building, and offers lodgings which are all suites.