Business Class Flights to Seattle

Seattle Business Class OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
Manchester Icelandair18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£1611.00
Manchester Oman Air01 Apr 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£1823.00
London Oman Air17 May 2024 - 29 Sep 2024fr£2247.00
London Icelandair18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£2454.00
London Swiss25 Apr 2024 - 31 Aug 2024fr£2487.00
Manchester Oman Air01 Apr 2024 - 23 May 2024fr£2860.00
London Lufthansa14 Feb 2024 - 23 Jul 2024fr£3017.00
Flights to Business Class£3017

Considering a trip to Seattle? Then why not check out our deals on cheap business class flights here at Globehunters.

Seattle is a city that never stops evolving, and it has spawned some of our greatest household names, from Amazon to Starbucks. For outsiders, it may seem that the city is a city that creates big business, but if you take the time to spend some time there you’ll realise that there are a tonne of small grassroots businesses and projects throughout the city.

If you take to the streets you’ll find cosy bookshops, microbreweries, weed dispensaries, and vegan eateries amongst the bigger businesses, and each neighbourhood of the city feels as though it has its own distinct personality.

If you’re a food lover, then you’ll fall in love with Seattle, as the city is full of people who know their food, and experimental chefs with a deep love for local produce. If you’re visiting Seattle, you mustn’t miss a visit to Pike Place Market, which was established in 1907 as Seattle’s original farmer’s market, and still continues the ‘meet the producer’ tradition with pride.

Seattle has a quirky and bohemian culture, and there are plenty of weird and wonderful things to see and do. There is a dive bar in the shape of a teapot, a troll beneath the north end of the Aurora Bridge made out of a VW Beetle, concrete and steel, giant shoe museum, a bicycle that has been swallowed whole by a tree, and a great many more wacky sights to enjoy.

One of Seattle’s stranges (and grossest) attractions has got to be the gum wall. This attraction does exactly what it says on the tin - over the years, thousands of pieces of chewed up gum have been stuck to this wall since the 1990s, and it now reaches as far as the eye can see.

Why fly business class?

If you want to arrive in Seattle feeling well rested and ready to jump straight into seeing the sights, then flying business class is the obvious choice. You’ll have seats that lie flat and allow you to get some sleep, and a menu that is far superior to that of economy class.

Any long-haul flight takes its toll, but you can treat yourself to that all-important extra comfort by flying in business class.

Popular routes

We offer direct and indirect flights to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from UK airports including London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Direct flight times from the UK tend to be between ten and twelve hours, while indirect flights involve a change and can take considerably longer.

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