Business Class Flights to Muscat
Booking Business Class to Muscat
The easiest way to find business class flights with the best available fares on flights to Muscat is to discuss your options with a SkyClub representative. SkyClub are a team that work with their clients on an individual basis, taking the time to learn their client’s preferences and using their industry expertise to find the fares which are best suited to their requirements. SkyClub representatives have worked within the travel industry for a number of years which means they are able to provide valuable information to their clients and advise them on the best business class fares to Muscat.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Oman Air||Heathrow||MCT||1 per day||£1899|
|Qatar Airways||Heathrow, Manchester||MCT||MCT per day||£1798|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Manchester||MCT||3 per day||£1765|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MCT||1 per day||£2177|
|Emirates||Heathrow<, Gatwick, Manchester/td>||MCT||6 per day||£2210|
Flying Business Class to Muscat from the UK
Etihad Airways, Oman Air, British Airways, Qatar Airways and Emirates Airways all provide business travellers with direct flights from the United Kingdom to Muscat. The airlines offer passengers the chance to travel between the UK and the Sultanate of Oman with the luxury products they respectively supply to their business travellers on board their business class cabins.
The main point of entry for business travellers flying from the United Kingdom to Muscat is Muscat International Airport also sometimes referred to as Seeb International Airport. This is the largest airport in all of Oman and Oman’s Air hub. The airport is only 32km away from Muscat and is due to receive a second terminal in 2014 which will be able to provide facilities to over 12 million passengers annually. Flights from the United Kingdom operate from major UK airports including London Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Business travellers visiting the city of Muscat may be interested in the many attractions that the city has to offer its visitors. There are plenty of things to see and do whilst staying in the city with mixes modernism, culture and tradition effortlessly. There is the Al Alam Palace, Muttrah Fort which lies on top of a tall hill, The Corniche which is regarded as one of the nicest attractions in the city (and the place most frequented by tourists). There is also the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque – the city’s main mosque which began construction in 1995 and was completed in 2001. The Grand Mosque can hold a total of 20,000 worshippers.
Muscat offers business travellers many options in terms of travel – particularly in terms of rental car services. Business travellers who wish to drive on their own should be able to as long as they have valid licenses within their home countries; in order to see if there are chauffeur driven services, it is best to discuss these options with your travel representative. Another method that is recommended for moving around the city is to use taxis; there are a variety of taxis operating in the city, with the Maxi Taxis supplying the main attractions and routes in the city. Most of these taxis can be hailed from major highway junctions.
There are a number of hotels around Muscat that are appropriate for business travellers to stay in. Some of these hotels include the Shangri-La Al Waha hotel, the Grand Hyatt Muscat and the Shangri-La Al Bandar hotel. The Shangri-La Al Waha offers guests a stay on a private beach surrounded by the mountains and the seat; Mutrah – the old city – is located approximately 15 minutes away from the hotel. The Grand Hyatt Muscat on the other hand is a five-star hotel situated in the Sultanate of Oman’s capital on a stretch of beach. A number of facilities are available for business travellers to use including internet access and a business centre. Finally, the Shangri-La Al Bandar offers guests easy access to a number of cultural and shopping attractions as well as being similarly located on a private beach.