Business Class Flights to Hong Kong
Booking Business Class to Hong Kong
Finding the best business class fares available on flights to Hong Kong is a simple procedure when using the SkyClub team. The representatives at SkyClub are all experienced with a great understanding of the travel industry and can find the business class fares to suit their client’s needs with ease. SkyClub work closely with their clients, rather than fill in generic forms, they take the time to understand the client’s requirements and needs for their travels before searching for the fares that best suit them.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Qatar Airways||Heathrow, Manchester||HKG||2 per day||£2500|
|Emirates||Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow||HKG||12 per day||£2050|
|Cathay Pacific||Heathrow||HKG||4 per day||£2960|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow||HKG||1 per day||£3100|
|British Airways||Heathrow||HKG||2 per day||£3100|
Flying Business Class to Hong Kong from the UK
A number of major airlines operating flights from the UK to Hong Kong provide business class cabins for passengers to travel in, with all the luxury and amenities they have come to expect with premium travel. Some of the airlines that offer business class cabins on flights to and from Hong Kong include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways and Emirates Airways.
The main airports that operate business class flights from the UK include London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Flights operate directly to Hong Kong International Airport – this is also referred to as Chek Lap Kok (a name it acquired because of the small island it has been built over). Hong Kong International Airport is the main port for any business travellers wishing to fly to Hong Kong. The airport has received the title of ‘World’s Best Airport’ at the Skytrax awards in previous years and is a modern building which opened back in 1998.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
There are a number of attractions in Hong Kong that are considered worth visiting for business travellers throughout their stay; one of the areas that has become most popular in recent years is Hollywood Road located in the Sheung Wan district just west of the Central district which is the main place for business. Hong Kong is also regarded as one of the best places to be fitted for a bespoke suit (male of female) or dresses – something that may interest business travellers. One spectacular view is that of the International Finance Centre – a skyscraper complex that includes a transit hub, shopping mall, restaurants and hotel as well as a rooftop to view Victoria Harbour.
Making your way around the city is easy with the number of transport methods available for business travellers to use; taxis are considered the most convenient and cheapest method of travel and can be easily hailed on any street. Taxis are usually in good supply and are metered and air-conditioned. However, if business travellers are located within the central district – this is easiest to cover on foot. The one thing that is not recommended is car hire due to parking problems and congestion.
Hong Kong is regarded as one of the safest cities in the world – even during the night time. Visitors should be able to walk around with confidence. However, most of the hotels are located in Central, Causeway Bay and Wan Chai. Some of the most prominent hotels that are recommended for business travellers to stay in include the East Hotel – one pitched at business travellers – and equipped with everything a visitor may need. There is also the Four Seasons Hotel which can provide airport transfer to and from the airport and the Island Shangri-La hotel which offers one of the most beautiful views of Hong Kong.