Business Travel Management


Choose from millions of flight combinations from over 50 of the major scheduled airlines worldwide, and then book online using the link on this page. Alternatively, discuss your requirements with one of our staff on the number at the top of the page.

Charter Flights
Click here to search for a Charter flight.

These are weekly departing and usually operated by tour operators to package holiday destinations – common airlines include Britannia, Air 2000, MyTravel and Monarch Airlines. Durations are usually between 7 to 14 nights and are generally for short haul holiday destinations.

Scheduled Flights
Click here to search for a Scheduled flight.

These are more often daily departures with national and international airlines such as Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Qantas and United Airlines. They fly worldwide to capitals, major cities and towns and can be booked for any duration of stay. Used mainly for long haul destinations.

Budget/No Frills Airlines
These are daily/weekly departures to European cities and some less well known airports. In-flight meals or drinks are not included in the price, and seats are not reserved. Contact us on the telephone number at the top of the page to book a No Frills flight.

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