Cheap Business Class Flights To Beijing

Beijing Business Class OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
London Alitalia05 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£1383.00
London Turkish Airlines18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£1471.00
London Philippine Airlines14 Feb 2024 - 23 Jul 2024fr£1538.00
Manchester Turkish Airlines05 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£1547.00
London Swiss25 Apr 2024 - 31 Aug 2024fr£1682.00
Manchester Swiss18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£1685.00
London Klm Royal Dutch Airl17 May 2024 - 29 Sep 2024fr£1916.00
Flights to Business Class£1916
 Explore the best of ancient traditions and modern development with business class flights to Beijing from Globehunters.

The Chinese capital is a fascinating location, and you can easily spend a whole day just wandering around the hutongs (the narrow streets and alleys which cross the city), taking in the smells of traditional street food and haggling with local traders for a souvenir to take home.

One of the main attractions is the incredible Forbidden City, which has stood for almost 600 years and is now home to impressive artefacts and works of art from the Ming and Qing dynasties.

If you fancy a day trip out of the hustle and bustle of this busy city, you can visit the Badaling section of the Great Wall of China which is just an hour and a half drive away.

The weather in Beijing varies greatly depending on what time you visit, with warm, humid summers and cold, dry winters, and a rainy season from June to August.

Upon arrival at Beijing Capital International Airport, you’ll have a couple of options for onward travel to your destination, whether it be the bus and train services which run to all of the major districts, or a rental car, or taxi.

Why Fly Business Class?

Beijing is a popular destination for business travellers, with the Chinese market playing a vital role in many industries.

And whether you’re flying on business or not, upgrading to business class is a great way to make the long flight to Beijing a little more comfortable and enjoyable.

Business class passengers can enjoy their own reclining seat with extra leg room, to catch up on some sleep on the flight, as well as attentive service and an upgraded food menu.

There’s also usually Wi-Fi and power sockets so that you can get on with some work if you wish.

Popular Routes

Direct flights to Beijing are available from both London and Manchester, with indirect flights available from other airports around the country.

While a direct flight will generally take around ten hours, indirect flights will have to make stops in cities such as Paris, Istanbul, Zurich, and Amsterdam.

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