Business Class Flights To Dubai (DXB)
If you are looking for business class flights to Dubai you can save up to 50% off published fares at The Savvy Flyer. As a business flight specialist we can save you time and money on business class flights to Dubai and other cities across the UAE. By combining the latest travel technology with our industry knowledge we are relentless in sourcing the most competitive prices on flights whilst ensuring all the finer details are taken care of so your trip goes without a hitch.
Flights to Dubai (DXB) take approximately 7 hours from London and are available direct from Heathrow (LHR) with leading airlines such as British Airways, Emirates and Virgin Atlantic. Indirect flights which stop in Istanbul, Oman or elsewhere are available from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and other departure points in the UK.
Benefits of Business Class
If you are considering booking business class flights to Dubai it is worth understanding the benefits of the middle ground between cramped economy classes and the expense of first class. A major benefit for business travellers is the opportunity to work whilst flying which means you can do quite a few hours work on your flight to Dubai if you so wish. The delicious complimentary food, drinks and entertainment along with additional luxuries such as flat beds, large reclining seats with pillows and bedding will ensure you arrive feeling refreshed and ready to go. Business class may also include additional baggage allowances and more storage space. Also, Emirates offer a complimentary chauffeur service throughout your entire trip adding that little added spark to flying in Business class. There is often much more to business class with many of the features associated with first class often part of your package so take the smart option and book business class to Sydney particularly as it is such a long flight.
Our professional staff are here to book business class flights to Dubai on 020 8554 8866 or alternatively you can enquire online using the form on your left hand side and one of our friendly staff will be in touch. As business class flight experts we can book complex itineraries if you are flying to Dubai as part of a business trip or holiday and can offer industry leading rates on hotels, car hire and transfers. Terms and conditions apply. All prices are per person unless otherwise stated. Offers are subject to availability which may be limited; some of our special offers can be withdrawn at any time.
The jewel of the Middle East, Dubai’s emergence as one of the most popular destinations in the world for both business and tourism has to be one of the marvels of the 21st century. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Dubai has vastly expanded in a blink of an eye into a major business and holiday resort for those wishing to experience the finer things in life. Although Dubai is considered relatively small in population of just over 2m, they are definitely a Goliath in terms of their expansion plans of building everything bigger and better than the rest of the world from the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifah to the largest shopping Mall in the World, the mall of the Emirates. It doesn’t end there, they also boast the self proclaimed only 7* hotel in the world, The Burj Al Arab which is extravagantly finished with lashings of gold leaf on every chair to every door handle with a fleet of Rolls Royce phantoms neatly parked at the entrance waiting to pick up guests.
Still not convinced? How about the tallest water slide in the world at the Wild Wadi waterpark or the largest man made island in the world, the Palm Island or maybe a ski slope in a shopping centre? There’s also no exception with the choice of restaurants with a whole host of Michelin starred chefs opening up a string of eateries serving up high class cuisines from around the world. Policing this great modern day metropolis, the Dubai police force with their very own range of Lamborghini’s! Some would argue that this is a step too far considering Dubai has one of the lowest crime rates in the world but then again Dubai doesn’t do things in half.