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Whether you’re traveling to the bustling UK capital for business or simply to sightsee, make sure your journey is as comfortable as can be with our brilliant discounts on Business and First Class tickets.
Snapping up unbeatable discounts on Business and First Class flight tickets to London couldn’t be simpler when you book with Elite Flyer. Thanks to our years of experience in the travel industry, we’re always able to find the best flight deals to suit our customers’ specific budgets. Book with us today and enjoy up to 70% off the price of regular booking sites.
Spotlight on London Airports
Stretching out along the winding River Thames, London is a city that needs no introduction. The buzzing metropolis has been the capital of the UK for over 2000 years and is a magnet for those seeking history, culture and world-class gastronomy.
Royal palaces, fascinating museums, bustling shopping centers and amazing animal attractions number among London’s numerous allures. Strolls through Hyde Park or river cruises along the Thames are a must on brighter days.
The fun doesn’t stop once it gets dark. Watch the sun go down across the city from the iconic Shard and then spend your evening watching world-class theater shows or sipping cocktails at cool underground bars in Soho. Alternatively, why not eat your way around the globe at hundreds of exceptional eateries, including over 60 Michelin-star restaurants?
It’s not just a city for sightseers. London plays host to thousands of international companies in every industry imaginable, from financial services in the towering skyscrapers of Canary Wharf to globally-renowned fashion houses in Chelsea.
London’s sheer size and world-renowned prestige as both a business center and a tourism hub are matched by an impressive selection of international airports. Journey from North America to London Heathrow or London Gatwick and prepare to enjoy heaps of First and Business Class perks. As well as separate boarding and check-in channels, premium passengers can enjoy access to several state-of-the-art airport lounges.
London Heathrow (LHR)
With four working terminals and over 1300 flights departing daily, London Heathrow (LHR) is unsurprisingly the UK’s largest and busiest airport. You’ll find it west of the city center and accessible via fast train, taxi or the London Underground.
Dozens of airlines operate routes between Heathrow and the USA and Canada. This includes British Airways, the UK’s flagship airline, which has its main hub in Terminal 5. The newest and most modern of Heathrow’s terminals, it’s also the location of a handful of plush airport lounges for business and first class travelers which you’ll be able to make the most of before your departure from London.
With your business class ticket, relax before take-off in British Airway’s three Galleries lounges, including the Concorde Room that’s exclusively for First Class passengers. Champagne bars, a la carte restaurants and relaxing spas feature as standard, plus you’ll be able to catch up on business calls in the dedicated Work Zones.
Elsewhere, Terminal 3 houses the Cathay Pacific, American Airlines and Emirates lounges. Access is included with your First or Business Class ticket in you’re traveling with one of those airlines and it means you can unwind in comfort, whether that’s with a gourmet meal or a soothing shower, before boarding your flight.
London Gatwick (LGW)
London Gatwick (LGW) sits just 30 minutes southeast of the city and it’s the preferred option for those seeking cheaper flight deals. Hundreds of flights leave daily to cities across the globe, including to 10 major destinations across North America.
Gatwick Airport is divided into two terminals: South and North. Most flights currently leave from North Terminal, although South Terminal is expected to reopen in Summer 2022. Both are easy to navigate between thanks to a modern monorail system which whizzes you from one to the other in under five minutes.
Depending on your airline, you’ll have access to a premium lounge if you’re booked in First or Business Class. This includes the British Airways Lounge in South Terminal and the Emirates Lounge in North. There’s additionally a handful of other lounges you may be able to access free of charge. This includes the luxurious No 1 Lounge North, the Plaza Premium lounge and the sophisticated Clubrooms North lounge.
Other London Airports
Flying via another destination in Europe? Your arrival airport could be London Stansted (STN), London Luton (LTN) or London City (CTY). While there are no direct flight routes between these airports and any cities in North America, they each serve countless destinations across the UK and Europe.
Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to London
Looking for an UNBEATABLE deal for your next big trip to the UK? Here’s how to find the best discounts on London Business and First Class flights.
Travel outside of the weekend: Weekends are popular times to fly, meaning ticket prices can often spike. If you’re flexible with when you travel, try searching between Tuesday and Thursday to find cheaper London Business Class fares.
Try traveling off-peak: It’s not just weekends that can be more expensive for travel. Certain times of the year can also see price increases thanks to more people choosing to travel. If you want cheap First or Business Class seats, avoid visiting London during the busy summer months or over the festive period.
Book tickets in advance: While it’s possible to find some amazing last-minute flight deals at EliteFlyer.com, it’s generally always a good idea to start your search as early as possible. Try booking your tickets to London up to six months in advance and keep an eye out for any sales.
Remember there’s multiple airports: Depending on your departure destination, you’ll likely be able to fly into more than one London airport. Sometimes certain routes are cheaper than others, so it’s always worth selecting ‘All London airports’ during the booking process to compare prices.