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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Athens

Who hasn’t heard of Athens? The enchanting capital of Greece is renowned world over as a birthplace of civilization. This ancient city has to its credit the world’s most glorious history. Athens is a treasure house for all those who take special interest in heritage, art and culture. Athens city is known to have given birth to democracy as well as to some of the most wise men of ancient times like Socrates and Plato. Whenever you think of your next vacation, make Athens your destination this time. The city has much to offer to its visitors. If you plan to travel from a U.S. city like Fort Lauderdale or Washington D.C., it will take around 11 to 12 hours to reach Athens. Such a long trek is bound to make you weary and cause unease. The best option for you therefore is to book business class flights so that you may arrive relaxed and completely refreshed.

Make your visit to Athens memorable by visiting some of the world’s most formidable monuments here. You will be excited to visit the Holy Rock of Acropolis. It dates back to 5th BC and is one of the seven wonders of modern world.  Tourists visit Athens from across the world to see its famous archaeological monuments like The Temple of Poseidon, Panathinaiko Stadium, Roman Market, Olymbion, Odeion of Herodes Atticus, and many others.

When booking business class flights to Athens, think of traveling by Aegean Airlines, the leading carrier in Greece. It offers a range of unique privileges to its passengers such as check in at a separate check-in counter, priority luggage pick-up, seat selection option 24 hours prior to flight, extra baggage allowance, complimentary meals and beverages, and much more.

Apart from Aegean Airlines, there are other international airlines as well that keep Athens well connected with different parts of the world. The Athens International Airport handles a number of flights by various airlines. The airport is the primary hub of Greece’s national carrier Aegean Airlines. Another Greek carrier Olympic Air also makes use of the airport as its main hub. If you are traveling from the United States, there are many options available. Leading U.S. carriers like Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines and US Airways conduct flights to Athens from many U.S. cities. Delta Air Lines provide scheduled flights to Athens from New York. When flying out of Newark, you can search for cheap business class airfares on Continental Airlines. Another carrier US Airways operates seasonal flights to Athens from Philadelphia.

The popular routes from the United States include New York-Athens, Newark-Athens, Atlanta-Athens and Philadelphia-Athens. European cities like London and Paris are also great favorites with tourists. For travelers from European destinations, airlines such as British Airways, Air France, EasyJet, Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines are the best for Athens travel. If you are traveling from North America, you may consider booking tickets on Air Canada and Air Transat. The two airlines operate flights from Montreal and Toronto.

So, book your cheap business class flights to Athens. The ancient city of Athens, the cradle of modern civilization, is beckoning and ready to entice you.