Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Madrid
Madrid is a cosmopolitan city, a business center and the home of the Spanish Royal Family. Madrid draws its roots to the times of Arab Emir Mohamed I (852-886), but was later captured by Alonso VI in the 11th century. Madrid City saw major transformation during the 17th and 18th century. Travel to Madrid to see the remnants of the distant past, particularly the Baroque and neoclassical structures of the 17th and 18th centuries, like Palacio Real (Royal Palace), Plaza Mayor (Main Square) and others. Apart from its heritage, Madrid has much more to offer to its visitors. The culture and art scene in the city is vibrant. To enjoy a great nightlife, you just need to be in Madrid and experience it yourself.
Arriving in Madrid isn’t a problem at all if you are traveling long distance from the United States as the city is well-connected from most cities. To avoid the wear and tear of a long haul trek, booking business class flights is the best option. If you are a frequent flyer and traveling business class more often, then you already know the various benefits it offers. However, if you are flying for the first time, you just need to experience the joys and comfort that business class cabins offer. Most of the airlines will offer you fully reclined lie-flat seats, equipped with power points for your laptops and touchscreen monitors for your personal in-flight entertainment. You also have direct access to the aisle and your privacy is fully assured.
Reaching Madrid from various U.S. cities and other parts of the world is quite easy and convenient. Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD), the main airport in Madrid and Spain’s largest airport, handles many airlines offering nonstop and connecting flights from major destinations across the world. Spain’s flagship carrier Iberia Airlines handles more than half of the passenger traffic to/from the airport. The airline also efficiently connects Madrid with nonstop flights services from New York and Miami. The Madrid-Barajas Airport currently receives flights from more than 80 international airlines, out of which five airlines provide direct flights to Madrid from the United States. These include United Airlines, American Airlines, US Airways, Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines.
United Airlines has entered into a codeshare agreement with Ireland-based carrier Aer Lingus to offer flights to Madrid from Washington-Dulles (IAD). Other leading carriers like US Airways, Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines and American Airlines conducts flights to Madrid from major U.S. gateways including Orlando (MCO), Houston (IAH), Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Chicago (ORD), Atlanta (ATL), Philadelphia (PHL) and Newark (EWR).
Madrid can also be reached from various destinations as well. Airlines like Air Canada, Air Europa, Iberia, Air Transat, Ryanair and Vueling offer seasonal flights here. There are other airlines as well that keep Madrid accessible with many cities around the world. These include Athens, Dublin, Moscow, Algiers, Lisbon, London, Brussels, Helsinki, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Munich, Seoul, Amsterdam, Lima, Frankfurt, Warsaw, and many others.