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In order to find the best business class flights to Vancouver, business travellers should seek advice from a SkyClub representative. The SkyClub team are made up of a number of representatives that have worked within the travel industry for a number of years and as a result have developed an extensive amount of knowledge that allows them to deliver a personal and unique service to their clients. The best business class fares can be found, with ease, by a member of the SkyClub team due to their industry knowledge and commitment to finding the best business class fares to suit each client’s requirements.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Air Canada||/images/business.jpg’/>/images/first.jpg’/>||Heathrow||YVR||1 per day||£1066|
|American Airlines||/images/business.jpg’/>/images/first.jpg’/>||Heathrow||YVR||1 per day||£1047|
|Lufthansa||/images/business.jpg’/>||Heathrow, Manchester||YVR||2 per day||£2328|
|British Airways||/images/business.jpg’/>||Heathrow||YVR||1 per day||£1096|
|Virgin Atlantic||/images/business.jpg’/>||Heathrow||YVR||1 per day||£1066|
A number of renowned airlines that operate flights from around the globe provide business class flights for business travellers from all major UK airports. Some of the airline that provide business class fares and a business class cabin for their customers to travel between the UK and Vancouver include Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, British Airways, Air Canada and American Airlines.
There are a variety of flights that business class travellers can take from the UK to Vancouver. These flights operate from all of the major UK airports including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Business class flights operating from the UK will depart from these airports and then land in Vancouver International Airport. This is located south of Vancouver and deals with frequent flights from a number of destinations across Asia, Europe and Canada. It is Canada’s second busiest airport.
Vancouver offers business travellers a number of attractions to see and do in their downtime whilst visiting the city. There is a marina – the Hood River Marina – that offers business travellers a chance to sit back and relax or get busy with windsurfing, boating and swimming. There is also plenty of history to take in about the city, including the Columbia George Riverboat cruise which lasts for two hours, as well as the Esther Short Park which has been reworked and features music and festivals during the summer, a farmer’s market and water features.
For business travellers moving around the city, a combination of walking and using rental cars may be the best option. Vancouver does not have a freeway which leads directly the core of the downtown area; instead, this is highly dense and is best for visitors to walk around. In terms of the general city, the road network resembles a grid however, there is water on three sides of the city which means that driving often requires going across a bridge. Sometimes, this may cause traffic and congestion but it is mainly an issue during the peak times so this should be considered by business travellers when driving in the city.
Vancouver as a whole is considered a safe city to stay in, with the West End being considered the safest area in the city. Vancouver is home to a variety of hotels suited to business traveller requirements. These include the Fairmont Hotel – a chateau with French-renaissance decor, which was opened in 1939 by the Queen Mother. This is a hotel which is regularly visited by famous faces. There is also the Loden Vancouver, a boutique hotel located just on the edge of the Coal Harbour. Finally, there is the Opus Hotel, a boutique hotel which is lavish and stylish and a recommended hotel if staying in the city for a short time.