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London is home to one of the busiest airports in the world – and for good reason, seeing as it also happens to be one of the most visited cities in the world. While your thoughts may be on your holiday, it’s important to consider how you will enjoy your journey. Many airlines do fly to London, but choosing the right one can make or break the beginning and end of your trip.
If you prefer an Asian stopover then you can expect a shorter (approximately 8 hour) flight to Asia on your way out of Australia, followed by a longer (around 13 hour) flight on to London. Your spoilt for choice however when it comes to stopover destination, carriers which go via Asia will stop off in a number of cities which all offer a great pit-stop holiday including Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo. Nonetheless, airlines that fly via Asia vary in their standards. The best is Singapore Airlines which offers some of the biggest Business Class seats in the world and an award-winning service. Cathay Pacific is another luxury airline which stops-over in Hong Kong and British Airways (the UK’s national carrier) also flies via Singapore. Airlines agreements are used by European carriers such as Air France, KLM, Swiss, Lufthansa and Finnair. All of these airlines will allow you to fly a flat-bed airline such as Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Etihad or China Southern to your chosen Asian stopover destination before flying you on to London in their own aircraft. However, flying these carriers will mean having to go via their home city before arriving in London. Singapore Airlines is the most expensive of the Asian carriers due to its ultra-luxe Business and First Class, often coming in at around $8,500 to London. Cathay Pacific and British Airways are also some of the pricier airlines at around $7,900. However, during sale season all of these airlines can decrease in price by almost $1,000. The European carriers such as Air France or KLM, as well as Asian carriers such as Malaysian Airlines, China Southern or Thai Airways will usually price at around the $5,900 mark and are an excellent option for the more budget conscious.
On the other hand, you can fly via the Middle East. A flight with a stopover in the UAE or Qatar will mean longer legs to and from Australia and your stopover destination (around 13 hours) but much shorter legs when it comes to your flights to and from London (around 7 hours). The Middle East is a region that has come into its own as a tourism destination as cities such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha all try and out-compete each other as the best city to enjoy a stopover. Both Emirates and Qantas fly via Dubai and offer complimentary limousine transfers to their Business Class customers as well as some of the best Business Class flat-bed seats in the sky. Etihad Airways flies via Abu Dhabi, the close neighbour of Dubai, and offers their exclusive ‘Business Studio’ to their Business Class customers as well as complimentary limousine transfers depending on the fare. All three of these airlines are considered amongst the most luxurious in the world and will generally price around $9,000 to London, though their prices will often drop when sale time comes around – sometimes by more than $1,000. The other Middle Eastern flat-bed carrier is Qatar Airways. Flying via Doha, the capital of Qatar, this airline’s Business Class is often compared to First Class on other airlines and at usually a price of around $8,000 it is the most value for money of the Middle Eastern carriers.
London is one of the most expensive cities to fly to in the world, so if you’re making the trip – then arrive like royalty. Our travel specialists here at FirstClass are here to make sure that you enjoy your flight just as much as your British holiday.