Business Class Flights to Tokyo
Booking Business Class to Tokyo
Business travellers who are attempting to find business class flights with the best available fares on trips to Tokyo should consult a member of the SkyClub team. SkyClub are comprised of a number of travel industry representatives who have worked for a number of years within the travel industry to develop extensive knowledge that puts them in the position of being able to advise and cater for individual client’s requirements with ease. SkyClub work with their clients on an individual level and opt to find the best business class fares available that suit each client’s specific needs.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Japan Airlines||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||NRT||3 per day||£4230|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||NRT||3 per day||£3100|
|ANA||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||NRT||2 per day||£5123|
|Virgin Atlantic||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||NRT||1 per day||£3194|
|Etihad||Heathrow, Manchester||NRT||1 per day||£1921|
Flying Business Class to Tokyo from the UK
Airlines that operate business class flights directly to Tokyo from the United Kingdom include Japan Airlines, British Airways, ANA, Virgin Atlantic and Etihad Airways. All airlines operate flights from a number of airports in the United Kingdom.
There are two points of entrance for business travellers flying from the UK to Tokyo; the main airports are Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda. Tokyo Narita is the main gateway for international flights to Tokyo and offers business travellers easy connections from the airport to their hotels with a limousine service. Tokyo Haneda Airport on the other hand is the busiest airport found in Asia and is also referred to as Tokyo International Airport despite many of the flights operating to the city being domestic. Flights to Tokyo operate from all major UK airports including London Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
There are a number of attractions in Tokyo for business travellers to visit whilst staying in the city; Tokyo Tower is a popular attraction, which offers guests the chance to see the city and Mount Fuji with panoramic views from two observatories. Another popular attraction is the Asakusa Shrine which is the most famous shrine in the city and was established in 1649. Business travellers may also be interested in visiting the Shinjuku Gyoen Imperial Garden which mixes Eastern and Western influences with conventional Japanese, French and English gardens and the Sony Tower which plays free movies each and every day.
Taxis are quite pricey in Tokyo but may be the most reasonable method of transport for many business travellers, particularly those that are travelling in groups of more than three people. When the public transport systems stop running during the evening, taxis are also the last method of transport available. In order to have a smooth journey in a taxi, one should not expect their driver to have a good understanding of English – instead, passengers should have their maps already printed with the destinations they wish to travel to marked on the map so that the driver can see. If possible, it is advised to get the name of the addresses in Japanese so there is no confusion.
There are a number of hotels that are recommended for business travellers to stay at whilst visiting Toyko for business. The Imperial Hotel for example is the epitome of luxury and is located close to the Hibiya Park, the Imperial Palace Grounds and Ginza. The Intercontinental Ana Tokyo hotel is situated in central Tokyo and offers business travellers easy access to a number of galleries, clubs and museums. Finally, there is the Park Hyatt Tokyo located within walking distance of the vibrant entertainment and business district, in the centre of Shinjuku.