Business class travelers looking to go from Vienna to Tel Aviv are in luck. As from mid February Niki, the Australian subsidiary of Air Berlin will now be offering three weekly flights out of Italy via A320 airplanes. Clients who choose to fly with Niki will be treated to a generous gourmet food service menu offered by Demel as well as a full range of magazines and newspapers to peruse while relaxing in flight. Your gourmet meals can be chosen ahead of time when you purchase your flight. Opening these routes makes it even easier to conduct business that has you traversing between these two cities.
Starting in April, Air France will be offering new business flights out of Nice to Tel Aviv. These new weekly flights will make travel to Tel Aviv for business easier than ever to manage. They will be making the route three times per week. Air France's business class level, otherwise known as Affaires really is a high-end experience and those holding business class tickets to Tel Aviv can rest assured that they will receive top-notch service from Air France. Offering priority checkpoints and reserved boarding, your experience within the airport is fast and trouble free for takeoff, and all business class air passengers receive priority baggage delivery upon arrival as well. At the airports a traveler can relax in Air France's premium lounges and enjoy all amenities contained within. On board, enjoy spacious and ergonomic seating, a comfortable work area and extensive entertainment options. Until June of this year, meals provided upon Air France are concoctions designed by Joel Robuchon, certain to tempt your palate.
SmartWings recently opened up service to Tel Aviv from Prague from four to six flights weekly. This really opens up those routes for business travel in the area. These flights are offered as an option to El Al and Czech Airlines flights and hopefully will increase options for cheap business class discounts for these flight points as more competition grows. 189 seats will be available for travelers and you have the option to book space within the airport lounges for some relaxation time pre-flight when booking your seats.
Passengers arriving from business class flights to Tel Aviv at the Ben Gurion International Airport can avail themselves of two impressive VIP lounges. One is the King David lounge which is offered up to passengers from El Al airlines, among others and the other lounge is Dan. The King David lounge offers plane transport, miscellaneous communication services and assorted publications. The Dan lounge, hosted by the Dan Hotel Chain, offers a selection of beverages, free internet and faxing, opulent seating and a very generous self-service buffet. Business class passengers visiting either of these lounges will find themselves relaxed and pampered for their flights. Don't forget to take advantage of the duty free shopping available at the airport as well. If you catch sometime between your business flights, try not to miss out on checking these 24 hour shops for some really spectacular deals.