The port city of Barcelona, capital of the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia is a vibrant city that is an immense vacation destination. The city is especially known for its many iconic attractions like Las Ramblas, Bari Gottic and the still to be completed Sagrada Familia; a church was conceptualized and designed by the city’s famed son, the architect Antonio Gaudi.
Apart from being a prominent stop on the tourist map, Barcelona is also known to be a prominent commercial and financial hub in Spain. The city is home to various industries like automobile manufacturing, textile, printing and publishing, telecommunications, logistics, information technology services and chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Barcelona also hosts the headquarters of various well-known Spanish companies like Telefonica, SEAT, Banco de Sabadell S.A and Softonic along with outposts of multi-national majors like Citibank and Deloitte and Touche and others. Additionally, this vivacious city is a favored MICE destination which plays host to year round conferences and events held at locales like the Barcelona Convention Center and the Catalonia Convention Center.
If work or a conference beckons you to Barcelona, you may want to consider using business class flights for your trip across the Atlantic, which is likely to be a long-haul trek. Most folk however believe that business tickets are prohibitive and thus out of their reach. In fact business class discounts are easily available through travel management companies like Fare Buzz as we enjoy exclusive relationships with most major domestic and international carriers. These long nurtured relationships give us access to deep discounted business class tickets to Barcelona and elsewhere, which we then offer on to our customers. Surely a good enough reason for you to book your business flights to Barcelona with Fare Buzz.
Barcelona is served by its El Prat airport, home to the rapidly expanding low cost carrier, Vueling which has announced routes to thirteen new destinations from Barcelona for the summer of 2012. Barcelona’s airport however is not solely the domain of low cost carriers for it welcomes flights of most of the major global carriers like Delta airlines, Air Canada, US Airways, and Qatar Airways amongst others.
In fact American Airlines has just announced that it will be instituting a new service between Miami and Barcelona on the 3rd of April 2012, which will operate five times a week and then go daily from June 14. This flight will be operated on a code share basis with AA’s partner airline Iberia and will feature Boeing 767-300 aircraft with 225 seats including flat beds in the business class cabins arranged in a 2-2-2 configuration.
Business class ticket holders on this flight will also be invited to enjoy the comforts of the airline’s lounges at both ends, the newly opened Premium Lounge at Miami International and the Miro Lounge at Barcelona airport. Both these lounges are equipped with a host of amenities like hot and cold eats, complementary beverages of all types, Wi-Fi access and business center facilities.
Yet another airline to announce new connections to Barcelona in 2012 is Emirates which will launch a daily service to the Catalan capital on July 3rd using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with 360 seats arranged in three classes, with private suites in first class, flat-bed seats in business class and spacious seating in coach. These two carriers will be joined by BA which will be adding an extra flight to Barcelona from Heathrow 5 during summer 2012.
With such a plethora of choices, you are bound to find highly competitive business tickets to Barcelona, so call Fare Buzz today and uncover the many business class discounts it has for Barcelona.