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Business Class Flights To Dubai

From world-class shopping, luxury resorts, and nightlife to magnificent historical centers, dynamic culture and an open-minded global attitude to boot, Dubai is a top-notch destination that is not to be missed. Do yourself a favor and book business class flights to Dubai so you too can experience this unbelievable city and all it has to offer. You will fly in the utmost comfort, while enjoying gourmet meals and thoughtful customer service. Stretch out and get a great rest on board the plane and in the airport lounges, so that when you arrive in the city, you’ll be ready to take it all on!

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Dubai Airport and Business Class Lounge

The third busiest airport in the world is the Dubai International Airport, located just under 3 miles east of the city center. Those who purchase business class flights to Dubai will absolutely love having access to the exceptional airport lounges that make every trip so enjoyable. From rejuvenating spa treatments to gourmet cuisine, spending your time in the airport lounge is the perfect way to make the most of your trip. Busy travelers who need to take care of some work before or after their flight always appreciate the quiet atmosphere of the modern business facilities and discreet workstations, which are conducive to achieving maximum productivity. Others who wish to simply pass the time relaxing can take advantage of massages, a wide range of television shows and movies, reading materials, and more. When it’s time to move on to the next phase of your journey, you’ll feel fantastic.


Things To Do In Dubai

Start off your visit in the area known as Bur Dubai, the city’s historic old town. The Dubai Museum is the city’s main historical museum, which maps out the city’s evolution from a simple fishing and pearling village to its current form as a bustling global metropolis. It is set within the atmospheric 19th-century Al Fahidi Fort, thought to be Dubai’s oldest remaining building. Walk through a replica souq and exhibits focusing on Bedouin life, and see various archaeological findings from the area. To learn more about Emirati culture, history, and cuisine, go to the Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding. The center hosts traditional Bedouin-style meals and runs various tours, including tours around the Al Fahidi Historic District, the Creekside tour that involves an abra ride and visits to the souqs in Bur Dubai, as well as an immensely popular tour of the Jumeirah Mosque.

A stop by the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest structure, is a must when you arrive in Dubai. Visitors should head up to the observation deck on the 124th floor, which in fact is only just over half way up the building but nonetheless provides spectacular views of the cityscape and fountains. The Dubai Mall is on the ground below the tower. It’s the largest mall in the world, with about 1200 shops, an ice rink, an aquarium, a theme park, over 150 restaurants, and a dinosaur skeleton! High-fashion brand names found in the mall include Chanel, Armani, Coach, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, and so many more. Outside, witness the spectacle of the Dubai Fountain, with its unbelievable dancing waters that can surge over 450 feet.

Dubai is also known for its fabulous beaches, so be sure to save some time to head to the water. Kite Beach is a popular destination, with its exceptionally pristine white sand and convenient facilities, food trucks, and cafes. On Fridays and Saturdays, seaside markets are set up and it gets quite busy. The Dubai Marina is also a very popular area both for locals and tourists, and features a gorgeous skyline and beach, world-class hotels, and two walkways lined with cafes, restaurants and shops. Visitors who travel on business class flights to Dubai may wish to rent a yacht and take a cruise around the area. The Dubai Water Canal is a brand new tourist attraction that just opened in 2016. The 2-mile canal connects the historic old town through the Dubai Creek, ending in the Arabian Gulf. Three pedestrian bridges cross the canal, allowing for beautiful views. Man-made waterfalls turn off automatically to allow marine transport to pass. This canal is quickly becoming a favorite sailing destination within the city. The Palm Islands are another quintessential feature of Dubai. Consisting of three massive artificial islands just off the coast of the city, each island is shaped like a palm leaf, with the trunk connecting to the mainland, altogether resembling a palm tree when seen from above.


Getting Around Dubai

Dubai is home to the best public transit system in the Middle East, featuring world-class, fully automated, driverless trains. Fares are bought in the form of Nol cards, which can also be used to pay for buses, trams, and taxis. The tram runs from Al Sufou to the Jumeirah Beach Residences in about 40 minutes, and there is a monorail that runs from the ‘trunk’ of the Palm Jumeirah to Atlantis, which provides excellent views of the Gulf. Taxis are available pretty much all over Dubai, night or day. You can also call ahead to arrange for a ride. Rates change depending on the time of day. In order to rent a car when you travel on business class flights to Dubai, make sure you have an International Driving Permit. You may want to take the opportunity to rent a luxury car from Paddock Rent-A-Car or Apex Luxury Car Hire. Cycling is an increasingly popular means of exploring Dubai and more bike paths pop up every year. You can rent a bike from curbside BYKY stations. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience crossing the Dubai Creek in an abra, and enjoy an amazing dinner cruise on a dhow boat.

This fantastic city is synonymous with luxury and style, so what better way to travel there than on business class flights to Dubai? Revel in the exquisite treatment you’ll receive while traveling in utmost comfort, with top-notch meals and services. You’ll be sure to arrive in prime condition, ready to make the most of this incredible city.

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