Cheap Business and First class from Los Angeles to London
First class service awaits you at I Fly First Class with our unique booking system. But that is just a prelude to the bliss of first class air travel.
Advantages of Flying First Class
From the expedited check-in, complimentary luxury lounge access, priority boarding at the airport to the fine wine and gourmet cuisine, exciting entertainment options and beds almost as large as your own on board, first class travel is simply one great discovery after another.
British Airways and American Airlines both give you the option of flying in style in first class direct from Los Angeles to London. All of American Airlines' flights on this sector are performed using the Boeing 777 while the British Airline employs the Airbus A380.
While the two airlines offer lie-flat seats, the British Airways A380-800 quad-jet does not have the option of in-flight Wi-Fi while some the American airline's flights using Boeing 777-300 ERs do.
They are also similar in that they both take off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and touch down at London's Heathrow Airport (LHR). Travel in first class on these two flights and you will reach your destination in 10 hours 30 minutes.
If you plan to travel in business class instead, the range of options is considerably wider. Besides the AA and BA flights, United, Air New Zealand and Virgin Atlantic also fly direct from Los Angeles to Heathrow.
United and Virgin Atlantic both utilize the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, cruising at 10,680 m to complete the leg in ten and a half hours. Air New Zealand flies the same Boeing 777-300Ers as United and spends the same 10 hours 30 minutes in the air. It has a cruising altitude of 10,050 meters.
Airports in London
There are five airports in the English capital. However, all direct flights from Los Angeles land only at London Heathrow International Airport (LHR), the busiest airport in the world.
Its two runways and four terminals handle 72 million passengers annually, as well as 1.4 million tons of cargo. Planes operated by over 80 airlines fly to and from 180 worldwide destinations.
As would be expected from an airport of its stature, Heathrow is very well connected to the city of London via road and rail. Heathrow Express trains leave every fifteen minutes for Paddington Station, and arrive at their destination in the same time. It is connected to the South West lines as well as the London Underground systems, too.
Why buy tickets with I Fly First Class?
I Fly First Class is not just an ordinary travel concierge service - we offer a very specialized set of services that set us apart from the field.
While cheap airfares have always been an essential part of our character, we have been in the industry long enough to know that you want to save time when looking for your plane tickets. To that end, we offer an unparalleled ability to find you a seat quickly even if you are looking for it at the last minute.
How to find tickets on I Fly First Class
Really, no one finds tickets on I Fly First Class because we do all the legwork for you instead! Simply choose one of these three convenient methods to contact us and we do all the rest:
- Phone - toll-free number (in the U.S.A.) 1-800-385-1359.
- Email - info@FlyFirst.com.
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Our travel experts will compile a list of flights that suit your schedule and at a price that we are able to obtain using our industry connections. Finally choose the one you like best and fly to London to see the Queen.