Business Class Flights to Washington
Booking Business Class to Washington
There are a number of airlines operating direct, non-stop flights from the United Kingdom to Washington D.C . In order to find the business class flights that are most appropriate and convenient for each customer, speaking to a member of the SkyClub team can prove beneficial. SkyClub are comprised of a number of specialist representatives who have worked for a number of years in the travel industry and have gained an incredible amount of knowledge that allows them to work with customers on a personal level and determine which business class fares would be most suited to their requirements.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Air Canada||Heathrow, Machester, Newcastle||IAD||6 per day||£1956|
|Delta Airlines||Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester||IAD||6 per day||£1776|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||IAD||1 per day||£1953|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||IAD||4 per day||£2622|
|Swiss Air||Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle||IAD||6 per day||£1934|
Flying Business Class to Washington from the UK
A number of airlines operate direct flights from the United Kingdom to Washington D.C. equipped with a business class cabin. Airlines that provide passengers with business class flights include American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, United Airlines and Lufthansa; all flights offer passengers in-flight entertainment, a business class menu comprised of the finest cuisine and additional travel benefits.
The most convenient airport for business travellers to fly in to when visiting Washington D.C is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The airport is located in Arlington, Virginia and is just three miles south of the city but only serves destinations across the United States, therefore, can only be reached through connecting flights. Washington Dulles International airport is the primary airport for Washington despite being located 26 miles west of the city. Most international and national airlines operate flights to Washington Dulles International Airport; business travellers can fly to the airport directly from the United Kingdom’s busiest and most popular airports including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow.travellers.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Washington D.C is home to a number of attractions that are popular with tourists, business travellers and leisure visitors. The Kennedy Centre is one such attraction and showcases the best theatre, music and dance to over 2 million people each and every year. For business travellers fond of the arts, there is not only the Kennedy Centre but also the Verizon Centre – performances from many popular artists from all around the world have performed here. For business travellers who prefer to shop whilst enjoying their downtime in a city, D.C is a major destination for shoppers. For the most exciting vintage, eclectic and boutique shopping business travellers can visit Adams Morgan, the U Street strip and Georgetown.
Business travellers with find that Brisbane is a city made for walking; around the central business district, business travellers should have no problem with walking and finding their way around. However, for those in a hurry, there is an extensive network of transport that can help you reach your destination faster whether this be ferry, train, bus, taxi or car hire. There are a plethora of car hire companies available in Brisbane for travellers who would prefer the flexibility to escort themselves around the city – there are also services that business travellers can arrange which will pick them up and drop them off at the airport.
The safest and most recommended places for business class travellers to stay in when on a business trip to Washington D.C include North West Washington – particularly the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel, the Hilton, the Four Seasons and the Mayflower. The Marriot is the biggest hotel in D.C and situated closely to a popular brunch spot in the city – Open City. The Hilton is the second largest in the city and located close to the Dupont Circle, as is The Mayflower, whilst the Four Seasons is located in the shopping district of Georgetown..