Business Class Flights to Singapore
Booking Business Class to Singapore
The best business class flights to Singapore can be found through discussions with a SkyClub representative. SkyClub are able to offer the best fares available to their clients due to their experience in the industry and the knowledge they have developed over the years. Rather than fill in generic forms, SkyClub work with the client to create specifically tailored flight recommendations that meet the needs of the customer. For this reason, only the best available and most suitable fares are suggested to clients.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|British Airways||Heathrow||SIN||2 per day||£2523|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow, Manchester||SIN||5 per day||£3749|
|Air China||Heathrow, Gatwick||SIN||2 per day||£3061|
|Japan Airlines||Heathrow||SIN||2 per day||£3061|
|Lufthansa||Heathrow||SIN||3 per day||£2127|
Flying Business Class to Singapore from the UK
There are a number of airlines that operate business class flights from the UK to Singapore offering passengers a business class cabin equipped with in-flight entertainment and a range of products, services and amenities for premium travellers. Airlines that offer a business class cabin to travellers include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air China, Japan Airlines and Lufthansa.
The business class flights that operate from the UK to Singapore fly from many of the well-known and busy airports across the UK including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Glasgow. Passengers flying with airlines that offer business class fares on flights to Singapore will land at Changi Airport which has previously won the title of ‘Best Airport in the World’ at the Skytrax awards. Singapore is one of the largest hubs for the aviation industry in Southeast Asia and Changi Airport is well-organised and split into Terminal 1, 2 and 3.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Whilst in Singapore, there are a number of attractions that business class passengers can visit in their free time. Singapore is home to the largest Giant Observation Wheel in the world – the Singapore flyer – it’s worth visiting for an interesting view of the city. There is also the cable car ride that allows business travellers to view all of Singapore including the costal sights and greenery. Visitors interested in shopping will be able to enjoy the abundance of shops scattered around the city; everything from shopping malls, boutique shops, electronic shops equipped with the latest gadgets and food stalls can be found in Singapore.
Business travellers to Singapore can travel around the city with ease with the use of a taxi – taxis are reasonably priced and a reliable method of transport. However, in peak hours, there is a shortage of taxis in Singapore – particularly at times when the weather is bad, or during regular shopping hours – which means travellers may need to use alternative methods of transport. Though car rental may seem like a viable alternative, car rental is not a popular option in Singapore and considered unnecessary for tourists as the public transport system adequately covers the entire city.
Business travellers will be pleased to know that Singapore is considered one of the safest cities in the world. There are a number of respected hotels across the city, perfect for business travellers to stay in during their trip. Albert Court Village hotel is one example of a hotel suited to a business traveller; located in the city centre it is a boutique hotel which infuses European and Asian influence. There is also the Allson Hotel Singapore, also situated in the city centre, which offers a business centre and in-room internet to their guests. For passengers travelling to the central business district, there is the Amara Singapore.