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Business Class Flights to Dubai

  • Business class flights from £989
  • First class flights from £2,349

Business class flights to Dubai can cost less than you think when flying with us. We work with all the major airlines and take your personal travel needs into account when purchasing business flights to Dubai.

Our mission is to provide exceptional service and find you the best deal. Whether a business trip or luxury holiday to Dubai, it’s easy when using Just Fly Business; you or your business will have your own personal travel consultant who will arrange all of your flights, airport transfers, hotels and car hire.

Things to See in Dubai

Worlds tallest building
Burj Khalifa

As the tallest artificial structure in the world, you literally cannot miss it. There are two viewing platforms on the Burj Khalifa at 452 metres and 555 metres, so take the opportunity to take a walk through the clouds and see for miles whether it’s day or night. Ensure to pre book tickets for this magnificent landmark up to 30 days in advance to guarantee your spot. Dine at the sky-high restaurant, Atmosphere, on the 122nd floor and experience sophisticated dining at one of the world’s finest and extravagant restaurants.

Dubai Fountain

The world’s largest choreographed fountain system, it has 6,600 illuminating lights and 25 coloured projectors, shooting water up 500 ft in the air. The fountains dance along to varied background music, you will hear everything from traditional Arab music to contemporary world music. The fountain can be seen from close by restaurants, so take a break from a long day of shopping, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the unique waterfront show.

Burj Al Arab

Often described as the only seven star hotel on the globe, there is no doubt that the Burj Al Arab oozes luxury and magnificence. It is the third tallest hotel in the world, but not only is the exterior an architect’s dream to look at with the towering structure ascending from the ocean, but the inside is beyond a dream.

Luxury holidays to Dubai become holidays to paradise if a stay at the Burj Al Arab is on the cards. Expect to receive a personal butler, a personal chauffeur driving a Rolls Royce, 17 different options of pillows, a 4 carat gold iPad in every room and more luxuries than the mind could imagine. Despite it being classed as a 7 star hotel, you’re likely to pay more for your flights to Dubai than a night in this hotel, so make the most of the modest price for this level of prestige.

Things to do in Dubai

Dubai desert Safari
Dubai Mall

Containing over 1,200 shops, a zoo and aquarium, an ice rink and a theme park, this 20 billion dollar complex is not one to overlook. This shopping precinct is less of a mall and more of a little city, providing the means for every type of entertainment imaginable. Shopaholics beware, wear comfy shoes to ensure that the phrase ‘shop till you drop’ doesn’t become literal in this huge shopping kingdom.

Dubai Creek

This saltwater creek sits along the charming waterfront, providing a spectacular view of modern skyscrapers and buildings while you can bask in the picturesque setting of old Dubai. There are water taxis, boat trips and mini cruises to take you around the water for a very small price.

A round of golf at the golf and yacht club which overlooks the creek and marina is a great way to wind down the day while watching the sunset. This sporting haven in the heart of the city is one of the most photographed landmarks in Dubai; this is due to the grand sails which mirror the sails of a traditional Arab dhow.

Dubai Museum

Housed in the Al Fahidi Fort, this museum was opened in 1971 and aims to present the traditional way of life in the Emirate of Dubai. It features galleries, historic Arab houses, mosques, walk through souks, date farms and an exhibition showcasing desert and marine life. You can find local antiques as well as cultural artefacts from Africa and Asia. Al Fahidi Fort is believed to be the oldest building in Dubai that is still standing today, originally used as a prison and the ruler’s palace.

Dubai Business Venues

Dubai business centre
Dubai World Trade Centre

Known for their quality and care in handling clients’ needs, The Dubai World Trade Centre provides meeting rooms catering from 20 to 200 people. They provide everything from audio and visual equipment to food catering and internet access.

Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre

With 30 meeting rooms to choose from, The Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre can cater for 140 people. There are multiple options for rooms: a theatre, a classroom and a boardroom.

Conrad Dubai

Conrad Dubai has 11 flexible conference rooms, three boardrooms and two grand ballrooms; the ideal premises for any business meeting or conference. Centred directly in the middle of the financial and shopping district, the Conrad Dubai provides lively surroundings ideal, for an event or business meeting.

Dubai’s Nearby Cities

Close by to Dubai is Abu Dhabi, Falklands, `Idan al Baqarah and Ajman. These cities would be ideal to stay in if working in Dubai.

Just Business have many other destinations available, offering business and first class flights at amazing prices!

Dubai’s Fast Facts

  • Currency = Arab Emirates Dirham (AED).
  • Time zone = GMT + 4 (4 hours ahead of the UK)
  • Fly from = All Major UK Airports
  • Hottest months = Warm throughout the year, but hottest in June, July, August and September.
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