Business Class Flights to Los Angeles
Booking Business Class to Los Angeles
Business travellers looking for the best available fares on flights to Los Angeles can discuss their options with a member of the SkyClub team in order to find flights which are most suitable to their requirements. The SkyClub representatives work on a one-to-one basis with clients to understand their personal travel needs. This combined with their industry knowledge and expertise allows SkyClub to find the most appropriate flights and business class fares to Los Angeles.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow||LAX||2 per day||£3320|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Gatwick||LAX||2 per day||£3340|
|United Airlines||Heathrow, Gatwick||LAX||2 per day||£3080|
|American Airlines||Heathrow||LAX||2 per day||£3140|
Flying Business Class to Los Angeles from the UK
The major airlines that offer business class fares from the UK to Los Angeles include Virgin Atlantic (who fly with the Upper Class cabin – a combination of Business and Fiwill require a connection torst Class), United Airlines, US Airways and American Airlines. All fly to Los Angeles International (LAX) from London. Alternative routes from cities including Manchester London Heathrow.
There are five major airports in the Los Angeles area that business class flights from the UK can land in. The major gateway into Los Angeles is Los Angeles International Airport with nine different terminals. Other airports that business travelers can fly to are Orange County/John Wayne Airport, Long Beach Airport, Bob Hope (Burbank Airport) and LA/Ontario Airport located in the east of Los Angeles. The majority of flights from the UK operate from all London airports – particularly London Heathrow and land at Los Angeles International. The direct services which fly to LAX are more frequent than any other airport in Los Angeles.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Rodeo Drive is one of Los Angeles’ most iconic attractions that business travellers should visit if they are looking for a place to shop; the famous street hosts an array of small, private boutiques and designer label fashion stores. If shopping is not your thing, there is LACMA – the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where thousands of pieces of artwork are on display. LACMA is a place worth visiting whether or not you are serious about art. If none of this appeals, there is the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre where hand prints and signatures of Hollywood’s Golden Age are displayed.
Los Angeles is home to a large freeway system but it is notorious for having plenty of traffic jams. Business travellers who choose to rent a car will need to familiarise themselves with driving around the city before they decide to rent a car, however, there are many places on the outskirts of Los Angeles which business travellers may need to access and will only be able to reach by car. If business travellers do decide to try, it is advisable to take a navigation system or road map. Taxis can be expensive and cannot be flagged down as and when you wish; they need to be booked and due to the large amount of traffic can take a long time and be a bit of a hassle.
Many of the beach cities are considered the most affluent and safest areas of Los Angeles, for example, Malibu. Burbank and Toluca Lake – home to Warner Brothers Studios, Disney and NBC is also considered one of the safer places in the city. Residential areas such as Bel Air which mix homes with businesses are places with low crime rates. Recommended hotels for business travellers to stay in whilst visiting Los Angeles include The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Downtown Los Angeles. Business travellers may wish to choose to stay in this hotel if they wish to be located near to the Los Angeles Convention Centre. Other hotels include Best Western Carlyle Inn, The Hilton at Los Angeles Airport and Best Western Sunset Plaza, nestled into the Sunset Strip