A truly global hub for goods and people, Amsterdam is ranked as the third European capital ‘best centers for commerce’. More than 1,800 foreign companies are based here. International headquarters of Dutch firms like ING, Philips, Akzo Nobel, Heineken, Ahold and others are located in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. The city has become a major business destination for those dealing in businesses like finance, fashion, logistics, perishables, aerospace, life sciences and more.
Being a well connected city, Amsterdam has no dearth of flights being offered by major international airlines. Business travelers from Asia have reasons to cheer. Philippine Airlines
has indicated it is planning to offer direct flights to Amsterdam before this year end. Passengers wanting to avoid a harried long haul journey can look forward to business class flights to Amsterdam on the airline’s newest wide-bodied aircraft Boeing 777-300ERs to be deployed on the route. In terms of comfort, the passengers would be offered full flat beds for a luxurious journey.
Business apart, Amsterdam also makes a great destination for leisure travelers. Planning for a holiday here would be just great. European carrier like British Airways also holds great promise when it comes to traveling in business class. Flying on British Airways from London is an experience in itself. You will get ample choice of airports – London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London City. The airline’s European business class ‘Club Europe’ offers a perfect combination of efficiency, convenience and comfort. An array of amenities like private lounges, dedicated check-in desks and priority boarding, complimentary food and drink, larger baggage allowance, and extra space on board to work or relax.