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Business travellers looking to fly to Brisbane will find that through discussing their options with a SkyClub representative they are able to find the business class fares that are the best available and most appropriate for their specific requirements. SkyClub are comprised of a number of representatives from the travel industry who have come together to form a team with years of travel industry experience and an extensive amount of knowledge which makes their advice on business class fares invaluable and ensures clients have their specific needs met.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Qantas Airways||Heathrow||BNE||2 per day||£2609|
|Emirates||Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester||BNE||10 per day||£3103|
|Cathay Pacific||Heathrow||BNE||2 per day||£3200|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Manchester||BNE||1 per day||£2700|
There are a number of renowned airlines that operate flights for business travellers from all over the UK to Brisbane; some of the airlines that offer passengers business class fares and a business class cabin full of the latest amenities and technologies include Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates Airways, Qantas Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Brisbane Airport is the where most direct flights from all regions and capitals in Australia come through; the airport receives traffic from many airlines across the world but its most frequent and major carriers that fly in and out of the airport include Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Atlantic. Business class flights from the UK to Brisbane operate from most major airports including London Heathrow, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Edinburgh and London Gatwick. Easy transfers from Brisbane airport to Asia, the United States, New Zealand and the Middle East can be made making air travel more convenient for business travellers.
For business travellers looking to take in the sights of the city, there are a number of things to see and do. The Southbank Parklands for example is the perfect place to enjoy a day out. The Southbank is full of lush gardens, cycling and walking paths, a range of shopping and dining options as well as an inner city beach catering for all kinds of business travellers who may be visiting Brisbane. There is also the Queen Street Mall which offers visitors a multitude of shops, boutiques, high-end fashion stores and shopping arcades. Then there is, of course, the Australian wildlife which can be seen all across the country – the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary has its home in Brisbane and is the world’s first (and largest) sanctuary for Koalas.
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 southern parts of Brisbane are considered the safest areas for business travellers; in comparison to the north, the south offers lower crime statistics and safe neighbourhoods. There are also many options for where business travellers may wish to stay throughout their time in Brisbane. The luxury hotels include the Emporium Hotel which opened back in 2007 and became Brisbane’s first boutique property and has since gone on to receive a plethora of awards, nationally, locally and internationally. Then there is the Stamford Plaza Brisbane Hotel which is home to 252 guestrooms over a total of 22 floors and is situated between the Botanic Gardens and Brisbane River.