Located in the heart of the Australian Outback, Alice Springs and its surrounds feature highly on many people’s bucket lists of places to visit, and with Uluru, Kings Canyon, indigenous culture, and The Ghan, it’s easy to see why. Getting there is the biggest obstacle for most, but Just Fly Business takes the hassle out of organising your business class flights to Alice Springs.
Your personal travel specialist at Just Fly Business has contracts with all the major airlines as well as a large range of suppliers so that they can offer the best value on flights, hotels, car hire, transfers, and tours. With cheap business class flights to Alice Springs, the distance is no longer an issue when visiting the Great Southern Land.
Distance is not a problem with business class flights to Alice Springs. With the comfort of lie flat beds, restaurant quality meals, and hours of entertainment at your fingertips, you are ensured to arrive refreshed and ready for your Australian adventure.
The team of friendly and professional consultants at Just Fly Business work to provide the best value option for your trip, often at cheaper than buying directly from the airline. Whether it’s a particular airline’s lounge facilities or connection times, or the service and comfort onboard, our knowledgeable staff will help advise which cheap business class flight to Alice Springs suits your needs.
The Kangaroo Sanctuary
Made famous by the BBC2 series Kangaroo Dundee, The Kangaroo Sanctuary is located about 20 minutes outside of Alice Springs and offers visitors a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the cutest animals in the country.
Originally set up to look after orphaned joeys, the sanctuary is open from Tuesday to Friday for sunset tours which last approximately 2 ½ hours and include talks on the kangaroo’s eating habits, behaviour, and even a chance to hold a joey for the perfect photo opportunity!
Insider’s Tip: The sanctuary does not accept “walk-in” visitors so the only way to experience this is to book a tour.
Experience the great outdoors and head into the MacDonnell Ranges to Simpsons Gap for a picture perfect outback setting. Located 18 km from Alice Springs, this natural pool is surrounded by red canyon walls making it a great place for a refreshing dip. A short walk along the wheelchair accessible path from the carpark, this natural landscape will leave you breathless.
video credit: Tourism Australia
Uluru & Kings Canyon
Although not part of Alice Springs, it would be a shame to come to the Red Centre and not take a tour of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kings Canyon. Located over 500 kms to the southwest, these two national parks are best done as part of a tour over 2-3 days. This way you can experience the majesty of sunrise and sunset over Uluru, as well as walking amongst the stark landscape of Kings Canyon.
The area around Alice Springs is some of the most uninhabited and isolated in the world. Without the light pollution of cities, and usually with very little cloud cover, this makes it the perfect place to see the countless stars in the night sky. Join a group, venture up to a hill top lookout, or dine out under them; no matter the way, you’ll be amazed at how many you can see.
Take a Hot Air Balloon Flight
Get up early and take a flight above the dessert in a hot air balloon. Watch as the landscape below changes colour before your eyes, with trees casting elongated shadows and the scarred land undulating from hills down into gorges. This is one of the best ways to see the true Australia.
Quest Alice Springs
Meetings in Alice Springs are well catered for at Quest with a conference room available for up to 25 delegates.
Uluru Meeting Place
For something unique, organise your next business event at Sails in the Dessert. Located next to Uluru, both indoor and outdoor event spaces provide a “wow” factor.
As one of the most isolated cities in Australia, Alice Springs is located on the Stuart Highway halfway between Adelaide and Darwin, 1,500 kilometres from each. One of the best ways to travel between these cities, experience the unique outback landscapes, and have a stopover in Alice Springs, is to spend a couple of nights on The Ghan, a world renowned rail journey.
Flights to Alice Springs are always routed through Australia’s major cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, and Perth. This makes Alice Springs the perfect place to include in a multi-centre holiday including the sites of a city and even the Great Barrier Reef.
As remote as Alice Springs is, it is still possible to get there from many UK cities with only 2 connections. Emirates, Etihad, QANTAS, Qatar, and Singapore Airlines all connect in their hub city and then again in one of the above Australian cities using either QANTAS, Virgin Australia, or Jetstar Australia for the domestic flight.
With a flight of this distance, business class becomes invaluable. From lounge access before departing and during connections to ensure the utmost comfort on the ground, to lie flat beds and ample space to relax so that you get the best possible sleep in the sky, business class flights to Alice Springs just make sense.
Just Fly Business are experts at finding the cheapest business class flights to Alice Springs to suit your needs. We’ll save you time and stress by doing all the hard work for you, so all you have to worry about is packing for your amazing Red Centre adventure. Contact your professional consultant today on 0208 417 1366 to find out how we can help you.
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