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Our most popular deals to London

New York to London

$2314 $2846


Atlanta to London

$2746 $3707


Miami to London

$2439 $2927


Chicago to London

$2634 $3556


Dallas to London

$3246 $4350


Houston to London

$3526 $4725


Los Angeles to London

$3170 $4026


San Francisco to London

$3591 $4596


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We know how to make complex bookings, connect multi-city flights, multiple destinations, one-ways, open return dates and flights with the different airlines without you paying more for it.

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You are getting a personal Travel Agent who is always available for your needs. Your Travel Agent knows the details of your trips and is supporting you with any travel requirement anywhere in the world at any stage of your trip.

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We have well established relationships with all major airlines and direct access to the unpublished rates, special fares and promotional offers.

Therefore, we can offer the best price for your flight on any international airline.

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Yes, if the fare rules allow, cancellations and/or changes are permitted up to 48 hours before departure. There will be a minimum of $250.00 per Passenger processing fee in addition to any fare difference and any applicable fees/penalties charged by the Supplier and/or recalled by the Supplier.

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Cheap, Business Class Flights to London

London, England. A city home to hundreds of famous musicians, artists, and thought leaders. Though it’s been written about in countless publications and articles, don’t think you know everything there is to know about London. For example, the Big Ben isn’t even really called that. In fact, its actual name is “The Clock Tower.” Big Ben is simply just the name of the bell. And did you know The London Eye wasn’t even the first big wheel in London? The Great Wheel was built in 1895 for the Empire of India Exhibition but was later demolished in 1907, an entire 91 years before The London Eye begun construction. Travel to England for some more fun facts, and maybe some tea and crumpets along the way.

Useful Tips for Traveling to London

  1. Bring the Proper Adapter. London employs the G power adaptor. This is the one with three rectangular prongs that plug into the wall. American travelers are likely used to A and B type adaptors so remember to make the switch before crossing the pond.
  2. Keep Right on the Escalator. While this is an unspoken rule nearly everywhere, this rule is most definitely spoken in London. While there are by no means any laws against standing on the left side of the escalator, commoners know it is meant for passing, not loitering. Unless you’re on an empty escalator, don’t be caught standing on the left side. Londoners won’t think twice about telling you to move aside.
  3. Get Used to Military Time. London follows military time, or a 24-hour clock as some call it. Double check arrival/departure times when booking transportation to ensure you don’t miss anything. 

What To Do in London

Find the Blue Plaques.
As mentioned above, London is home to many famous faces. Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, Sylvia Plath, to name a few. The city pays homage to these brilliant game-changers by hanging blue plaques above the houses they lived in. Make your way around town and find these hidden gems.

Visit the Millennium Dome.
Many people visit Egypt to see the great pyramids. However, not many people know that all of the Great Pyramids of Giza can fit comfortably within the Millennium Dome. 365 meters in diameter, 52 meters tall, and 12 supporting poles to symbolize the days, weeks, and months of the year. This epic structure is a sight for sore eyes.

Check out Cleopatra’s Needle.
Many know about Cleopatra’s Needle, an Egyptian artifact erected on the Victoria Embankment in 1838. Yet many are unaware that the needle is in fact a time capsule. Underneath the structure lies a map of 19th century London, a copy of the Bible, daily newspapers, a rupee, and 12 photographs of the most attractive English women of the time. How cool is that?

What NOT to do in London

1. Feed Pigeons in Trafalgar Square.
Unless you’d like to spend your trip to London in jail, don’t feed the pigeons in Trafalgar Square. This is only a rule because so many people began feeding and posing for pictures with the local birds. This persuaded more pigeons to hang out there, filling the square. Mayor Ken Livingstone banned feeding the birds and selling food near the square in 2003 to lessen their population. A hawk was also employed to keep them at bay for a while.

2. Use the Waterloo Tube Station.
This station is the busiest in all of London. 1.265 billion people use the London Underground every year and Waterloo sees nearly 100.3 million of them. Unless you don’t mind standing throughout your trip, other forms of transport are recommended.

3. Visit Aldgate Station.
If you are easily grossed out, don’t visit Aldgate Station near the Urbanest’s Tower Bridge Property. There are at least 1000 dead bodies buried underneath of it. It is rumored that they were buried en-mass after The Great Plague. There are many other fun, light-hearted things to see in London instead.

Main International Airports

There are 6 major airports in London. Business class flights are offered at each.

  1. London City Airport
  2. Gatwick Airport
  3. Heathrow Airport
  4. London Luton Airport 
  5. London Stanstead Airport 
  6. London Southend Airport 

Flying Time from United States to London

A nonstop flight to London from DC, capital to capital, is typically 7 hours and 20 minutes on most commercial airliners traveling at 500 mph. Flights with layovers are generally 12 hours in totality. BCC can help find whichever business class flight best suits your schedule.

Average Flight Times To London

JFK – New YorkLondon7 hours 5 minutes
SFO – San FranciscoLondon10 hours 20 minutes
LAX – Los AngelesLondon10 hours 30 minutes
ORD – ChicagoLondon7 hours 50 minutes
ATL – AtlantaLondon8 hours 10 minutes
IAH – HoustonLondon9 hours 15 minutes
IAD – Washington DCLondon7 hours 20 minutes
MIA – MiamiLondon8 hours 40 minutes

Best Time to Visit London

London is notorious for unattractive weather. That being said, the best times rumored to be in London are between the months of March and May. Temperatures range from cool to warm before summer hits. It is recommended that you bring a jacket, sunglasses, and an umbrella wherever you go in London. Weather is unpredictable and can ruin your day if you’re not properly prepared.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to London

BCC does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class plane tickets to London.

Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • and Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try British Airways, BA City Flyer, Eastern Airways, Loganair, and Virgin Atlantic. Contact BCC to find the cheapest flights to London.

How to Get Business Class Fares to London with BCC

Contact BCC via:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 866-346-7848

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