Top Flight Deals to Frankfurt
Travel dates Oct 30-Nov 29. Fares updated on: 9/16/2014 at 3:19 AM. Fares are round trip. Fares incl. all fuel surcharges, our service fees
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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Frankfurt
Frankfurt, the fifth largest city in Germany, is the city of contrasts. Frankfurt presents old world look as well as that of a modern city with its futuristic skyline. Nicknamed “Main-hattan” because of being situated on River Main with modern skyscrapers, Frankfurt is Europe’s financial hub and is home to the European Central Bank and German Stock Exchange. For those interested in history, art and culture, Frankfurt undoubtedly makes a great destination. A visit to the city’s historic squares with cobblestone streets, semi-timbered dwellings and conventional wine bars takes the visitors down the memory lane reliving its glorious past. Being a financial hub of Germany and Europe, Frankfurt is a Mecca for business visitors. The city is host to several international tradeshows like the Frankfurt Auto Show organized every two years during summers or the Frankfurt Book Fair held annually in mid-October.
Today Frankfurt has become a large hub for business travel. There are many international airlines offering direct flights to Frankfurt from different parts of the world. Most of these international carriers offer business class flights at cheap rates to entice business travelers to fly with them. The tickets offered by these airlines also comes along with several perks such as fully reclined lie-flat seats-cum-beds, refreshment kits, dedicated staff for personal care, complimentary delicious meals and beverages, priority check-in and priority boarding among others. Frankfurt is an excellent option for those planning to spend a great time in the city mixing work with pleasure.
Most of the international airlines serving the city land at Frankfurt am Main Airport. It is among the world’s busiest airport and also the main airport in Germany. The airport is the primary hub of Germany’s flagship carrier Lufthansa. If you are traveling from the United States, make Lufthansa your preferred option as the airline operates nonstop flights from various U.S. cities such as Washington D.C., Seattle, San Francisco, Orlando, Newark, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, Boston and Atlanta.
Business travelers to Frankfurt from U.S. have other air travel options as well. Apart from Lufthansa, they can also book business class tickets on American Airlines, US Airways, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines. All of these airlines offer direct flights to Frankfurt. Some of the routes on which these U.S. carriers operate are not covered by Lufthansa. Direct flights from Detroit to Frankfurt are served by Delta Air Lines. However, US Airways serves on two routes. The airline provides flight services to Frankfurt from Charlotte and Philadelphia.
For those who want to save on their tickets, but don’t mind sustaining a layover, the best option for them is to search for cheap business class airfares on large European carriers such as Aer Lingus or British Airways.
Most of the tourists tend to neglect Frankfurt and instead prefer visiting Munich, Cologne and Berlin. The notion being that Frankfurt is more of a business destination because of the major conferences and tradeshows it hosts round the year. But, Frankfurt offers much more than that. It’s a perfect business-cum-leisure destination offering umpteen sightseeing opportunities to the tourists. The awe inspiring city is ready to welcome everyone.