Business Class Flights to Sydney
Booking Business Class to Sydney
The easiest way for business travellers find the best business class fares available on flights to Sydney is to speak to a representative at SkyClub. SkyClub are a team of specialists comprised of those who have had extensive experience in the travel industry. The dedicated team work hard to provide business travellers with the best offers they can find. SkyClub representatives use a combination of specialist knowledge, and a significant amount of global experience to find the best available business class fares for clients; the team work with clients on an individual basis, using their personal requirements to select the flights which are best suited to their needs, rather than use a generic form.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Emirates||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||SYD||3 per day||£3364|
|Etihad||Heathrow||SYD||3 per day||£2788|
|Cathay Pacific||Heathrow||SYD||2 per day||£2816|
|Singapore Airlines||Heathrow||SYD||5 per day||£3740|
Flying Business Class to Sydney from the UK
There are several airlines which operate flights from the UK to Sydney with a business class cabin offering passengers amenities and perks. Some of the most prominent airlines who offer regular flights from the UK to Sydney for business passengers include Air China, Etihad Airways, Emirates, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines.
Most of the airlines that fly from the UK to Sydney operate daily flights from London Heathrow; when arriving in Sydney, flights land at Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD). This is Australia’s busiest airport and the main gateway for the majority of airlines who fly to and from Airlines. Sydney Kingsford Smith International is located within close proximity to the City Centre in the South of Sydney. Air China operates flights from London Gatwick, whilst Emirates operates flights from London Heathrow and Gatwick, as well as a selection of other airports in the UK including Manchester.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
There are a number of attractions for visitors of the city to visit – whether they are tourists or business travellers. Sydney is home to the Sydney Opera house, as well as art galleries, the royal botanic gardens, the Chinese garden of friendship and a variety of historical buildings. Parramatta and Penrith Valley are two particular places that many people visit – Parramatta is home to a range of restaurants and shops whilst Penrith Valley is a more scenic attraction, located at the food of the Blue Mountains National Park.
Public transport is the most convenient way of travelling around the city – the public transport system consists of bus, commuter rail, light rail, a monorail oriented towards tourist use and the ferry. The combination of transport systems means that it is easy to navigate your way around Sydney – particularly the metropolitan area. Taxis, however, are one of the preferred methods of transport for business travellers; in some locations, they can end up being the only available transport obvious when buses and trains stop running. These can be easily flagged down at one of the numerous taxis ranks located around the city centre; they can also be booked online or by calling.
Some of the safest neighbourhoods that can be found in Sydney are located in the East and South; in the South areas such as Sutherland, Cronulla and Woolooware are regarded as the safest, whilst Rose Bay, Vaucluse and Double Bay are the safest neighbourhoods found in the East.There are a number of high-end hotels that business travellers can choose to stay in whilst visiting Sydney. These include Central Park hotel which is located in the heart of the business district and caters for corporate and private clients, the Four Seasons which is within walking distance of the Opera House, business district and Museum of Contemporary Art, Intercontinental Sydney which is also located near to the Opera House and Media Grand Harbour side – a hotel more suited to visitors staying in the city for a longer period of time.