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Fly Business Class to Melbourne: Australia’s Sporting Capital

Fancy seeing the AFL Grand Final? How about the Australian Open or Melbourne Cup? Or maybe the Melbourne Formula 1 Grand Prix or the Boxing Day Test match? This is a city buzzing all year round with fantastic sporting events and provides just one more reason that business class flights to Melbourne are so important. After all, why travel so far for your favourite sporting event only to not enjoy it because you are too tired.

Melbourne is not just about sport though with an amazing arts scene, fantastic food and coffee culture, and one of Australia’s best coastal drives. So whether you are visiting family and friends, on an adventure ‘Down Under’ or basing your trip around an event, contact Just Fly Business for the cheapest business class flights to Melbourne today.

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Business Class Flights to Melbourne

  • Business class flights from £2,350
  • First class flights from £3,499

Get the best prices on business class flights to Melbourne with Just Fly Business. We pride ourselves in excellent service; your own personal travel consultant will work with you and your client to ensure flights, airport transfers, hotels and car hire are sorted for you, at an affordable price.

Business class flights to Melbourne are hassle-free; from business trips to luxury holidays, we arrange all the flights, airport transfers, hotels and car hire just for you. We enjoy making long-lasting relationships and hope to make a long-lasting, positive impression.

Things to See in Melbourne

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Royal Botanical Gardens

These beautifully sculptured gardens are home to mini-ecosystems like cacti and succulents, a herb garden and a luscious rainforest. The vast gardens provide a serene paradise in the middle of Melbourne, a perfect excuse to forget about work, bask in the sun and revel in the rarity of the native and exotic plants.

Shrine of Remembrance

Commemorating the lives lost in the First World War, this shrine is a place where individuals could grieve for their loved ones. The classical architecture is surrounded by glorious parkland and has stunning views from the balcony. The shrine is the epitome of peace and respect, where hundreds of thousands come every year to pay their respect, to remember and to think.

Port Campbell National Park

World famous for its phenomenal assembly of natural wave-sculpted rocks, Port Campbell National Park hosts many delightful attractions. The Twelve Apostles is a collection of eight limestone stacks, the ninth stack collapsed out of the blue in Kilu 2005. The grotto is also a favourite attraction; a geological sinkhole formation often described as eerie and mysterious, providing visibility of the sea at low tide.

Things to do in Melbourne

Queen Victoria Market Melbourne

Yarra Valley

Retreat to Yarra Valley and indulge in the wide selection of food and wine, whilst making the most of the lush walking trails. A hot air balloon flight partnered with a champagne breakfast is the perfect combination as you float through the sky, admiring the serenity of Yarra Valley. As the origin of Victorian winegrowing, sample the old classics as well as the exciting new wines is a must. The regional adoration for food is shown through the locally produced ingredients and local dishes.

Melbourne Cricket Ground

For the sports lover, holidays to Melbourne would not be the same without a trip to the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Otherwise known as the ‘G’, it is one of the world’s largest sporting venues and many believe it stands as one of the best stadiums in the world. Catch a game if you can, but if not then it’s something to add to the bucket list. If you can’t make it to a game, take a tour through the stands, media and coaches’ area, changing rooms and onto the ground itself.

Queen Victoria Market

Every day thousands of shoppers are attracted to the largest open-air market in the southern hemisphere. Soak up the Australian atmosphere by tasting the local food in the food halls and weave between the crowded streets of keen shoppers. Enjoy a breakfast with a selection of soft cheeses and polish sausages while listening to the performances of dedicated buskers. If you’re in Melbourne during the summer months, visit the lively Summer Night Market and embrace the bars, music, food stalls and dance performers.

Melbourne Business Venues

Crown Conference Centre Melbourne

Crown Conference Centre

Catering for up to 840 delegates, the Crown Conference Centre is ideal for a large conference. As a purpose-built facility, it caters perfectly for conferences, meetings, seminars, exhibitions and events.

Australian Centre for the Moving Image

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has a range of boardrooms, theatres and banquet rooms. The contemporary glass ceilings offer an elegant space for conferences and business meetings.

Quay West Suites

This is a stylish option for hosting a conference. Quay West Suites seats 120 delegates and has five adaptable and trendy venue spaces.

Melbourne’s Nearby Cities

Geelong, situated to the southwest over the West Gate Bridge, is an ideal starting point to experience one of Australia’s greatest coastal drives, the Great Ocean Road. For an introduction in to “The Outback”, Ballarat to the west offers visitors a rural experience, whereas the Yarra Valley to the northeast is famous for its vineyards such as Domaine Chandon.

Melbourne is the perfect city to begin a self-drive tailor made luxury holiday in Australia. With dramatic coastal scenery along the Great Ocean Road to the west, the Australian snowfields to the north, and short domestic flights to Sydney and Adelaide, Melbourne makes a great beginning for a fantastic Australian adventure!

The country’s other capital cities are diverse and distinct, and only a short domestic flight away. To explore what else the “Great Southern Land” has to offer, read about the different regions on our Australia page.

What to Expect on Business Class Flights to Melbourne

Many airlines offer similar facilities to their business class passengers such as dedicated check-in desks, priority boarding and luggage and access to their business class lounges both on departure and during connections. Onboard, passengers experience a smaller cabin size offering a higher level of service and quieter atmosphere as well as spacious seating and dining options that can be selected from the a-la-carte menu.

When choosing which airline to fly business class to Melbourne it’s often the little extras you receive that make the trip so enjoyable. From chauffeur services to and from the airport to pre-selecting restaurant-quality meals or ensuring the most important thing on such a long flight… fully flat seats. Although most airlines offer this, some airlines and aircraft still don’t so contact a specialist at Just Fly Business today and get advice for your next trip.

What Airline Flies Business Class to Melbourne

One of the most important decisions for your upcoming trip, which airline you choose to fly business class to Melbourne with will have a big impact on the beginning and end of your time away. Whether you are deciding if a second connection offers better value or travelling with a lesser known airline but with one stop on brand new equipment could be a better way to do it, your personal travel consultant can help weigh up your options.

The major and well known airlines of Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, QANTAS, Qatar Airways and Cathay Pacific all offer the quintessential business class experience with superior service and luxury facilities, though to receive these will put you at the top end of the price range. Consider investigating airlines such as Korean Air, Asiana, EVA Air or China Airlines who all offer one-stop business class flights to Melbourne while maintaining excellent standards.

Alternatively, utilise airline agreements with each other and have two connections, one in Europe and then one further on in Asia or the Middle East (for example in Switzerland with Swiss Air and then Singapore with Singapore Airlines). This way you get great value on a 5 star airline without the pricetag!

Melbourne’s Fast Facts

  • Currency = Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Time zone = GMT + 10 (The UK is 10 hours behind Melbourne)
  • Fly from = All Major UK Airports.
  • Hottest months = January and February.

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