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Business Class Caribbean Airlines serves irrefutable hospitality

by 26. February 2010 06:37
Caribbean Airlines serving great hospitality with pleasure of business class travel which includes –

  •     Dedicated check-in;
  •     Business class lounge, offering privacy and comfort;
  •     Priority booking and baggage retrieval;
  •     Fast-track facilities.

And also include ergonomically designed seats knowing every need will be taken care of authentic Caribbean cuisine, fine wines etc.

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Royal Jordanian - Innovative step towards premium service

by 25. February 2010 13:48

Royal Jordanian's Crown Class takes innovative step towards the epitome of luxury and comfort in air travel. In this innovative step, they merged First and Business Classes and offer premium service at business class rates.

According to Royal Jordanian’s, air hostesses wear traditional Jordanian’s robes and welcome Crown Class passengers. On boarding they will serve Arabic coffee and attend all needs and requests of passengers throughout the flight.

Royal Jordanian’s Crown Class sleeper seats on Airbus A340 are 83 inches and recline to flat 180 degree for optimum sleep comfort with large in-arm video screens and flexible reading lights and all features at button touch.

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Business Travel View - Buenos Aires

by Walter 24. February 2010 08:00
The Argentinean city of Buenos Aires is located on the west bank of the Río de la Plata. The Rio de la Plata is an estuary of the Parana and Uruguay rivers which forms a muddy fertile basin and the border between Argentina and Uruguay. Buenos Aires which is the capital of Argentina is also its largest port. In fact the residents of Buenos Aires are commonly referred to as ‘portenos’ which translates from Spanish as ‘people from the port.’

Buenos Aires not only has the distinction of being the largest port in Argentina but it is the largest port i1n all of South America. As a result of its large size, it handles much of the container traffic for South America. Buenos Aires which is colloquially called ‘Bue’ is in fact the financial, industrial, commercial, and cultural hub of Argentina and one of the most prominent cities in South America.

Buenos Aires which was occupied by Spanish colonists in the 16th century and which subsequently followed an open door policy for European immigrants in the 19th Century is a city which bears the distinct stamp of European style. This European influence is widely seen in real estate make up of the city which is characterized by wide boulevards, imposing architecture, restaurants and sidewalk cafes. So widespread is this European influence that Buenos Aires is sometimes referred to as ‘the Paris of the South’. This port is home to approximately three million people who live in 50 districts called Barrios and the city of Buenos Aires along with the wider metropolitan area of Greater Buenos Aries forms a teeming megapolis which is visited frequently by both business and leisure travelers all year round.

Aside from its physical beauty, Buenos Aires is also known for its preeminent position in the Argentine economy. The city is home to several thriving industries like oil refining, textile production, metal works, chemicals and automobile manufacturing though it also has a strong services sector wherein advertising, financial services and the hospitality industry play a prominent role. Agriculture and cattle farming are extremely important sectors in the Argentinean economy and accordingly Buenos Aires has a thriving food production and processing industry which processes and exports the dairy, meat, grain, tobacco, wool, leather products and fine Malbec wines which are produced in various parts of Argentina . Much of this hectic business activity is conducted in a central area of Buenos Aires which is known as the Microcentro.

Aside from its economic and commercial significance, Buenos Aires also enjoys a reputation as a global center for the arts and culture. Buenos Aires is in fact renowned the world over as the birth place of the dance form known as ‘the Tango’ and the city has several schools where visitors can study this energetic but graceful dance form. Additionally the city is also known for its many landmarks like its world famous zoo, its botanic gardens and fantastic museums like the Museo Nacional De Belles Artes, the Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo, the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires/Colleccion Constantini( MALBA) amongst others.

Further the city also hosts several prominent cultural events and fairs like the huge annual contemporary art fair called ArteBA and the Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires, or International Book Fair which is the largest book fair in Latin America. Both these world famous events attract hordes of business as well as leisure travelers to this vibrant port city. These travelers usually arrive in the city by flying into its Ezeiza International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini ) which is located in Retiro in Gran Buenos Aries and which can be accessed via a half an hour drive from downtown Buenos Aires on the Ricchieri Highway.

To cater to the needs of these numerous year round business and leisure travelers, Buenos Aires is equipped with over 300 hotels many of which are located in the city’s stylish, upscale, ‘old money’ district called Recoleta which is famous for its magnificent cemetery La Recoleta Cemetery. This cemetery contains the remains of the rich and famous of Buenos Aires, including the remains of the celebrated Eva Peron, an actress and the politician wife of former Argentinean President Juan Peron. Located within the Recoleta district, are hotels like the Alvaer Palace Hotel, reputed to be the most luxurious hotel in South America which is reeks of opulence with its carved marble balustrades and French furniture, The Four Seasons Bsuenos Aires and the Palacio Duhau- Park Hyatt which are favored by business travelers to Buenos Aires.

If your company is in the process of exploring business opportunities or is already conducting business in South America, there a good chance you or your colleagues will be visiting Buenos Aires often. Business class fares to cities in South America tend to be more expensive than fares to other global destinations and your company would do well then to avail of the cost efficient and reasonable services of the New York City based travel solutions company, Fare Buzz which specializes in business class travel packages to world-wide destinations.

Fare Buzz enjoys an exclusive relationship with over 60 domestic and international airlines and through this special relationship; it can procure much needed business class tickets which are an essential requirement for business travel at substantial discounts. It is worth mentioning that these cheap business class tickets come with all the perks that are normally associated with regular business class fares like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats. Booking business travel through has been known to provide savings of over 70% as compared to tickets booked through regular channels.

Moreover the travel desk at Fare Buzz unlike impersonal web based travel services offers personalized service manned as it is by knowledgeable and experienced ‘live’ travel consultants who are on hand seven days a week to help you find the best business class fares and hotel deals for your complete business travel package. So next time you need to head out on business to ‘Bue’, Be sure to give Fare Buzz a call at 1-800-847-1963 to avail of the many attractive fares and deals that it has to offer. 

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Fly with Air New Zealand Round the World in Pacific Economy

by 24. February 2010 07:34

Air New Zealand provides opportunity to fly Round the World and visit best of the UK, Asia and the Pacific Islands and return to New Zealand. Trip starts from Los Angeles or San Francisco. Fare starts from USD 2629 per person and fares valid from March 01st - June 30th 2010.

So don't wait. Grabs your passport and selects one of your desired itineraries – 

Trip via the Atlantic

   1) Los Angeles to London to Hong Kong to Auckland to Los Angeles;

   2) San Francisco to London to Hong Kong to Auckland to San Francisco;

Trip via the Pacific

   1) Los Angeles to Auckland to Hong Kong to London to Los Angeles;

   2) San Francisco to Auckland to Hong Kong to London to San Francisco.

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EVA Air February Specials - Business Class Airfares

by 23. February 2010 08:54

EVA Air is offering special Business Class Fares for February 2010. New fares start from USD 2976 and is applicable only for flights from Los Angeles to Taiwan and South-East Asia. This offer is valid for until February 28th, 2010.

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Turkish Airlines Business Class fare Discount for over 60 years passengers

by 18. February 2010 14:30

Turkish Airlines has annoucnced 15% discount on Business Class Fares for seniors over 60 years for travel from New York and Chicago to Turkey and beyond.

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Emirates Business Class Flights Offers 21 Days Advantage

by 18. February 2010 14:24

Dubai based luxury airline, Emirates, is offering discounted business class fares with a 21 days advance purchase. Emirates business class seats are 180 degrees lie-flat with multi-zone massage feature and your own personal 17inch digital widescreen TV with over 1,200 channels of on-demand entertainment.

Business class fares on Emirates start from $5965 per person. This offer is valid from New York, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco and valid till March 31, 2010.

For more information or to book your reservation please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 or send your fare request to Rate Desk.

Qantas - Business Class Fares hike from Vancouver to Auckland

by 18. February 2010 14:11

Due to rise in operational costs, Qantas Airways increases its Vancouver to Auckland Business Class Fares. Qantas new fares go effective from Saturday, February 20, 2010. New fare starts are as follows -

1) Vancouver to Auckland one way trip starts from USD 5894
2) Vancouver to Auckland round trip starts from USD 8998

For more information or to book your reservation please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 or send your fare request to Rate Desk.

Business Travel View - Cape Town

by Anjeeta 17. February 2010 08:00
The scenic city of Cape Town is the largest city in terms of land area in South Africa. This flower and garden filled city which is situated in the shadow of the natural wonder of Table Mountain is one of the most heavily tourist trafficked city of the Western Cape which is affixed to the tip of Africa and surrounded by two oceans namely the Indian Ocean which lies to the south and the Atlantic Ocean which lies to the west.

At the heart of the Western Cape is the gorgeous city of Cape Town, whose stunning natural harbor was originally established by the Dutch East India Company as a supply station for Dutch ships on their way en route to India and the Far East. This harbor continues to play an important role in the economy of Cape Town until today as shipping along with tourism and information technology are the most prominent industries in this multicultural city which is inhabited by the descendants of the of its original Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers who all lay down roots in this city through the ages. The influence of these various waves of settlement can also be witnessed in the real estate landscape of the inner city of Cape Town which features a diverse mix of architectural styles in the form of modern high-rise office towers, quaint cobble stoned streets and Edwardian and Victorian buildings.

Cape Town is the legislative capital of South Africa as it is here that the South African National Parliament meets and where many government offices are located. Aside from being the center of administration, though the city is also considered to be a major economic hub of South Africa as Cape Town is an important manufacturing hub of the Western Cape Province and it is also home to the region’s main port and airport. Economic activity in Cape Town is distributed amongst its four main commercial hubs namely the Cape Town Central Business district, Century City, the Bellvile/TygerValley and Claremont. Located within these hubs are the regional headquarters of various South African companies like Standard Bank, ABSA financial services, Investec Meyer and Ferreira Furniture, Giant Killers Advertising/ Loyiso Media Entertainment as well as outposts of various foreign companies like LG, Rentokil Initial, and Exxon Mobil amongst others.

Due to its immense popularity on the tourism circuit, Cape Town has in recent years also become an important destination for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE). To promote itself as a favored MICE destination the city inaugurated its state of the art Cape Town International Convention Center in June 2003. This center is currently being expanded in order to enhance its exhibiting capacity and other services like accommodation and office space. The Cape Town International Convention Center is conveniently located within close proximity to Cape Town’s breath-taking Victoria and Alfred Waterfront and the city center. In fact not only the Cape Town International Convention Center but all of Cape Town is at present is witnessing a massive construction and renovations boom as the city along with the South African capital city of Johannesburg is getting ready to host nine matches of FIFA 2010, the eagerly anticipated world cup soccer event which is scheduled to be held during the months of June- July 2010.

This event is no doubt going to bring thousands of soccer fans to Cape Town shores and in order to serve these fans better; the city is also upgrading its Cape Town International Airport which hosts airlines from all over the world and is the main gateway to Cape Town and the rest of the Western Cape Province.

As a prominent epicenter of commerce and the tourist trade in South Africa, Cape Town is also well equipped with a large range of accommodation options which include a wide variety of hotels which are kitted out with wide array of business necessary amenities. Some of the favored business hotels in Cape Town include the waterfront facing Cape Grace, the historic boutique hotel Ellerman House, The Mount Nelson Hotel which is located at the foot of Table Mountain and the Radisson Hotel Waterfront. Additionally most business travelers who travel to Cape Town on work also make it a point to take in the city’s many wondrous sights like Table Mountain, Robben Island, the Cape Point Nature Reserve, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens which are situated on the eastern slope of Table Mountain and the Winelands of the Cape which are home to some of South Africa’s most famous vineyards.

For someone who is based in the US, a trip to Cape Town may appear to be extremely daunting for the journey usually involves an extremely long haul flight which approximately extends over twenty hours with perhaps one or two layovers. If you or your colleagues need to travel to Cape Town for work regularly then the only way you can hope to arrive at your destination in meeting-ready shape is to travel in the business class cabin of an airline that flies to Cape Town from the US. However business class tickets to South Africa from the US are quite prohibitive as they are often priced over $7000.

However your company can easily manage to procure cheap business class travel deals by partnering with a travel solutions company like the New York City based, Fare Buzz which has made providing cheap business class airfares the core of its business. Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines Fare Buzz is able to procure cheap business class flights to nearly every destination in the world. It is worth mentioning that these cheap business class tickets come with all the perks that are normally associated with regular business class tickets like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats. Further the customer service team at Fare Buzz which on hand all seven days of the week is made up of knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are dedicated to finding the most cost effective business class travel packages for their clients. So if you are headed to the stunning city of the Western Cape on business or you want to take parts in excitement of FIFA 2010 do make it a point to call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 to score the ‘very best’ deal for your trip today.

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Business Travel View - Beijing

by Walter 10. February 2010 04:40
The Chinese capital city of Beijing became the cynosure of the world’s eyes when in 2008; it successfully hosted the summer Olympic Games. The games which were broadcast live attracted the largest global television audience ever and revealed that the city of Beijing which is considered to be one of the four great ancient capitals of China and its political, educational and cultural center is a lively, thriving metropolis which is home to nearly 17 million people. Over the past two decades as China has come to the forefront of the world’s economic landscape the city of Beijing has welcomed hordes of business travelers from around the world who now travel to Chinese capital on a regular basis to enhance mutually advantageous trade links.

Beijing which is the second largest city in China plays host to a number of industries among which finance, automobiles, real estate, pharmaceuticals, information technology, electronics and pharmaceuticals are the most prominent. The city’s Guomao area is largely considered to be its main business epicenter or Central Business District while Jingrong Jie, or the Financial Street is the Beijing equivalent of Wall Street which does not host a stock exchange but has close to a thousand financial institutions within its boundaries like the People's Bank of China, The People's Insurance Company of China, Commercial and Industrial Bank of China, China Securities Regulatory Commission and China Banking Regulatory Commission. Further this street also hosts many foreign the Chinese outposts of several financial organizations such as UBS, the Royal Bank of Canada and Goldman Sachs among others. Aside from these two main districts, economic activity in Beijing is also concentrated in areas such as Wanfujing and Xidan which are filled with markets and shopping centers and Zhonggauancun which is located in the Haidan District and is known as China s Silicon Valley as it is home to several exciting home-grown startups and entrepreneurships.

The city of Shanghai is usually perceived to be the main economic powerhouse in China but Beijing does not lag far behind as the city plays host to approximately 26 home grown Fortune Global 500 companies like China Mobile, Sinopec, Bank of China along with the regional headquarters of many foreign companies like Google, Volkswagen, General Motors, IBM, Ford Motor Company, Hewlett-Packard, Nokia and others. Beijing’s dynamic position in the Chinese economy has established it as an extremely popular destination for both business and leisure tourists who flock to its shores all year round regardless of its notorious poor air quality which is the past was characterized by much smog. The city s environmental protection bureau has in fact in recent times made determined efforts to control and reduce this smog and at the end of 2009, it was estimated that Beijing s civic authorities had achieved their target of ensuring 260 blue sky days in the Chinese capital.

The Olympics  apart from being a great sporting spectacle also provided a great impetus for Beijing s authorities to develop and improve the existing infrastructure in the city. For instance the majority of international flights that serve Beijing arrive and depart at the Norman Foster designed Terminal 3 of the Beijing Capital International Airport which was built over a period of four years prior to the Olympics.

Aside from it international airport, Beijing is also well served by an efficient public transport system which is made up of trains, subways, taxis and public buses. To cater to the needs of its many business and leisure travelers the city is also equipped with many glittering, opulent hotels which are largely concentrated within its Central Business District which in addition to offices and hotels is also home to foreign embassies, high-rise luxury condo buildings and restaurants and bars. Some of the popular hotels located here include the Raffles Beijing Hotel, the St Regis, The Grand Hyatt and the Peninsula though other hotel properties like the Ritz Carlton Financial Street and the Intercontinental Financial Street are immensely popular with the bankers and financiers who regularly head to Beijing on business.

Despite its rather intense and serious reputation, Beijing offers also a plethora of recreation opportunities for visitors for its landscape is dotted with numerous palaces, temples, museums, squares and gates like the Forbidden City, The Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven and Tiananmen Square all of which offer countless sight-seeing opportunities . Additionally Beijing is also equipped with fantastic restaurants, bars and clubs like Beijing Dadong Kaoya Dian, Huangcheng Lao Ma, The World of Suzy Wong, White Rabbit, and China Bar which provide the business traveler with ample opportunities to relax and rejuvenate after a long hard day of business dealings.

If your company like several other US companies already has a presence in China or if your company would like to make inroads into the fast growing Chinese domestic market, you or your colleagues will need to make frequent business trips to the Chinese capital city. The journey to Beijing from the US is usually an arduous affair which involves a long haul flight with or without connections and the only way to tackle such a long journey is to travel in the business class cabin of your preferred carrier. However business class tickets to Beijing from the US can cost anywhere upwards of $6000 for a nonstop passage and more than $3000 for a multiple stop journey and a few of these flights coupled with expensive hotel stays can easily exhaust your company s annual travel budget quite rapidly. In order to make your trip hassle free and business effective you may then want to consider using the efficient, cost-effective services of the New York based travel management company, Fare Buzz.

Fare Buzz is a leading supplier of cheap business class flights. Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines it is able to procure cheap business class air fares to almost all worldwide destinations. Booking business class travel through Fare Buzz provides savings of over 70% as compared to tickets booked through regular channels. Moreover the travel desk at Fare Buzz is manned by knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are on hand seven days a week to help you with all the travel planning necessary for your journey to this ancient capital of China. Do call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 for the absolutely best business travel deal today.

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