Business Class Flights to Mexico City
Booking Business Class to Mexico City
Finding business class fares on flights to Mexico City need not be a tiresome experience when dealing with SkyClub. SkyClub are a team who are here to help their clients determine the business class fares which are most appropriate to them. Each member of the SkyClub team has worked within the travel industry for a number of years which has helped them develop an extensive amount of knowledge on how the travel industry works. This also enables them to find the best business class fares on flights to Mexico City quickly and easy, ensuring customer’s expectations are met.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Aero Mexico||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MEX||4 per day||£1840|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MEX||6 per day||£3310|
|Air Canada||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MEX||1 per day||£2280|
|Delta||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MEX||6 per day||£2171|
|Air France||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MEX||6 per day||£2176|
Flying Business Class to Mexico City from the UK
Aeromexico, British Airways, Air Canada, Delta and Air France all provide business class flights directly from the United Kingdom to Mexico City – Mexico’s capital. Airlines that operate with a business class cabin will provide passengers with luxury in-flight travel experience, providing space for business travellers to complete work whilst in the air and be organised upon their arrival to Mexico City.
The majority of travellers flying business class from the UK to Mexico City will land at Benito Juarez International Airport which is situated in the east part of the city. There are two terminals at the airport which are connected by a rail system and a bus line, which is slower. Flights from the UK depart from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Mexico offers some interesting attractions for business travellers to visit during their downtime; some of these attractions include the Pyramid of the Sun which is located in Teotihuacan – a spectacular sight for any visitor. There is also the national palace which is a magnificent and intricate architectural structure; the Basílica de Guadalupe; the National Museum of Anthropology – considered one of the best museums in the world, house a large collection of jewels, sculptures and handcrafts from Mexican culture, as well as the Chapultepec Zoo which sees millions of visitors pass through their doors each year.
Mexico City is a large city; although it would seem appropriate to suggest that driving is the best way to navigate around the city, it is not always best for business travellers wanting to see more of the city – particularly the tourist attractions. It is always a good idea to have maps, addresses, street names and the destinations which are being visited mapped out before travelling. There are a plethora of taxis scattered around the city; official taxis will have a red box on their license plate which states they are a taxi. These are the only taxis which business travellers should use when taking trips; or, they should request that the hotel book them a hotel in order to travel around the city safely.
Business travellers can select from a variety of hotels to stay at whilst in Mexico City. These hotels include the St Regis which is located in Paseo de la Reforma – a renowned business and financial district which is also regarded as one of the social hotspots in the capital. Close by is the Le Meridien which is also situated close to many of the city’s museums and cultural attractions. The hotel offers its guests access to a fitness centre as well as tours of the city. Finally, there is the Presidente InterContinental located in Polanco – this too is one of the most renowned and dynamic shopping, business and cultural areas in the city.