Business Class Flights to Maldives
Booking Business Class to Maldives
The best option that business travellers have for finding the best business class fares available on flights to the Maldives is for business travellers to approach a member of the SkyClub team. SkyClub are dedicated to providing their clients with a personal service that takes into account each individual client’s requirements and needs when planning their itinerary for travelling to the Maldives. Each representative who works for SkyClub has worked within the travel industry for a number of years and as a result has developed a level of industry expertise that ensures they have a vast array of knowledge and understanding on how to find the best business class flights available on flights to the Maldives.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Emirates||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MLE||6 per day||£2340|
|Qatar Airways||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||MLE||6 per day||£2354|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MLE||5 per day||£2098|
|Sri Lankan Airlines||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MLE||2 per day||£2295|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||MLE||1 per day||£3595|
Flying Business Class to Maldives from the UK
Business travellers flying to the Maldives can take flights with the following airlines: Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Oman Air and British Airways. Each airline provides business class flights which operate directly from the United Kingdom to The Maldives. Passengers can take advantage of the products and amenities that are on offer from the airlines, to business class travellers which may include complimentary meals and beverages, turn down services and lie-flat seating. Business class travellers flying to the Maldives will be able to use the free 30-day visa policy that the country has. The main point of entry for flights operating from the United Kingdom to the Maldives will be Male International Airport. This is located on the island of Hulhule; the island is located next to the capital of the Maldives Male. Flights from the United Kingdom depart from the main UK airports including London Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
The Maldives offers a number of physically beautiful attractions for business travellers to visit during their downtime throughout their stay. The National Museum allows business travellers to learn about the history of the Maldives whilst the Manta Point, Banana Reef offers visitors the chance to indulge in some water sports – no matter your experience – at the water sports facilities. Snorkelling, diving, excursions and spotting whale sharks are all activities that business travellers can find and take part in during their stay in The Maldives.
Travelling around The Maldives is significantly different for business travellers, than travelling around the normal cityscapes. The main forms of travel for business travellers visiting The Maldives are private yachts, sea planes and boats. Boats are essentially the equivalent of a car in The Maldives whilst private yachts and planes are reserved for tourists and business travellers who book them. Most of the boats and taxis available on the island will not operate throughout the night; in this case, it is best to plan journeys so that night time transfers are not required, or a hotel is booked for the night and transfer is arranged for the morning.
The hotels that are available and recommended for business travellers to stay in whilst visiting The Maldives include the Banyan Tree Maldives Madivaru resort which boasts six villas with stunning views of white sandy beach and clear sea as well as activities such as diving upon request. There is also the Angsana Resort and Spa which offers beachside villas and the Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru which overlooks a coral reef and offers guests the epitome of indulge which spa treatments available in-room and an array of activities such as scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and snorkelling on offer.