Business Class Flights to Abu Dhabi
Booking Business Class to Abu Dhabi
The best way to find the most appropriate business class fares on flights to Abu Dhabi is for business travellers to discuss their options with a SkyClub representative. SkyClub work hard to ensure their client’s needs are met, through representatives working with clients on an individual basis and determining what exactly they require. The SkyClub team are comprised of representatives who have all developed years of knowledge in the travel industry and with it a professionalism and expertise that makes finding the best available fares for their clients an easy task.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||AUH||4 per day||£1783|
|Oman Air||Heathrow||AUH||1 per day||£1591|
|Qatar Airways||Heathrow, Manchester||AUH||6 per day||£2252|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||AUH||1 per day||£2144|
|Emirates||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||AUH||6 per day||£1755|
Flying Business Class to Abu Dhabi from the UK
A number of airlines offer business travellers flights which operate directly from the United Kingdom to Abu Dhabi, with a business class cabin and in-flight luxuries including amenity bags, in-flight entertainment and menus that are put together by leading chefs. Some of the airlines that offer flights to Abu Dhabi include British Airways, Emirates Airways, Qatar Airways, Saudi Arabian airlines and Etihad Airways.
The airlines operate their direct flights from some of the major airports across the United Kingdom; flights to Abu Dhabi depart from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Glasgow. When touching down in Abu Dhabi most flights from the popular UK airports will land in Abu Dhabi International Airport – this is the second busiest airport across the entire United Arab Emirates. The flag carrier for Abu Dhabi is Etihad Airways. The airport is divided into three terminals with Terminal 3 being the newest terminal and Terminal 1 the oldest. Terminal 3 has meant that the airport offers improved access to boarding gates and a larger selection of shopping.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
For business travellers who are keen shoppers, Abu Dhabi is a dream. There are plenty of malls scattered throughout the city that business travellers may like to visit; most include many shops that can be found in other malls as well as boutique and high-end designer stores. Abu Dhabi, Marin and Al Wahda are all examples of malls that can be found in Abu Dhabi. Other attractions include the distinctive Al Ain Oasis filled with palms and offering a tranquil space to relax and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and which is one of the architectural wonders in the city and is one of the largest mosques in the world.
It is not recommended for business travellers to hire a car on their trip to Abu Dhabi unless they are already familiar with the city. The numbering system for the streets can be confusing and challenging to get to grips with. The best way of travelling around the city is to use the taxis; they are convenient, reliable and not a costly method. There are a variety of taxis available to guests; for more luxury, there are the silver cabs and special white and gold cabs that are reserved as a limousine service to transport passengers from the airport to their destination.
Abu Dhabi offers business travellers a wide selection of luxury hotels to choose to stay in upon arrival. The Jumeirah at Etihad Towers is one example of a business traveller-friendly hotel; located in the centre of the city and with its own private white beach, it is conveniently located for business travellers needing to take trips to the city centre. The Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort on the other hand is located in the western part of Abu Dhabi – Mahdar Bin Ussayan and provides guests with four restaurants to choose from. Finally, there is the well known name of Shangri-La; the Shangri-La in Abu Dhabi is home to a private beach and is located, conveniently to the city centre, convention centre and a number of gold courses.