Business Class Flights to Lima
Booking Business Class Flights to Lima
When looking for business class fares on flights to Lima, you should speak to a member of the SkyClub team. SkyClub are a team comprised of travel industry representatives who work hard to ensure that their client’s needs are met; SkyClub work with their customers on a one-to-one personal level, allowing clients to note their preferences and expectations, and enabling the SkyClub team to use their industry knowledge to search for the business class fares that best meet this criteria.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|TAM Airlines||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||LIM||6 per day||£2699|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||LIM||7 per day||£2712|
|Delta||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||LIM||6 per day||£2608|
|Air France||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||LIM||6 per day||£2489|
|Air Canada||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||LIM||3 per day||£2091|
Flying Business Class to Lima from the UK
Business travellers flying from the United Kingdom to Lima will be able to book flights with a number of airlines including TAM Airlines, British Airways, Delta, Air France and Air Canada. Business travellers will arrive at Lima in style when travelling on board business the airlines’ business class cabins – each providing passengers with unique amenities, in-flight entertainment services and meal options.
Business travellers arriving in Lima from the United Kingdom will typically land at Jorge CHave International Airport (also known as Jorge Chavez Airport Lima-Callao); the airport is located within Callao – the harbour city and Lima – a metropolitan city. Passengers departing from the United Kingdom will be able to fly from London Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Lima is full of attractions for business travellers to visit, see and do whilst staying in the city. The Aliaga house for example, which houses a range of artefacts and Peruvian art. Lima is also home to many colonial churches; most of the religious congregations were provided with small pieces of land, which they then erected monasteries upon and as a result, it is hard to walk down any road in downtown Lima and not come across a beautifully constructed church. The Church of San Francisco is one that has been preserved the best over the years. There are also chances to look into Peru’s history as Lima is home to a number of ruins which are called ‘huacas’ and a plethora of museums and public/private houses.
Taxis are the most convenient way of travelling around Lima; from the aircraft to your hotel, to the neighbourhoods which are adjacent to each other. The majority of taxis do not operate with metres in Lima; meaning business travellers should take the time to negotiate fares before getting into the taxi.it is recommended that taxis are booked over the phone, rather than hailed in the street, for ease and convenience.
The Crown Plaza Lima Hotel is recommended for business travellers and anyone within the corporate sector. Guests are provided with a personalised service throughout their stay, delivering a range of services, amenities and facilities to meet a business traveller’s needs. There are a total of 87 rooms within the hotel, as well as in-house restaurants, bars, internet access and conference rooms. Alternatively, there is the Swissotel Lima which is a luxurious and modern hotel situated in the centre of San Isidro – an affluent business, cultural and residential district. The Swissotel is located within close proximity to shopping centres, the historical city centre and Jorge Chavez International Airport.