Airline Partners

We want every journey to be as relaxing as each holiday, so we’re incredibly picky about the airlines we use. Seasons use flights with the world’s best scheduled airlines when creating holidays, always taking care to suggest the most efficient and convenient way to travel. We enjoy special relationships with our airline partners and therefore are able to consistently offer excellent value, especially on upgrades to premium classes of travel allowing for a relaxed and refreshed arrival at each and every destination.

Famous for its stylish approach to flying, from its sassy red-clad crew to the slick on-board service, Virgin Atlantic allows you to experience an extra special something in the air.

With an award-winning service to over 30 stylish destinations across the globe, Virgin Atlantic is the carrier of choice for those who like their air travel to be a polished combination of comfort and savvy attention to detail. With wide seats across the board, enjoy exquisite dining from Premium Economy all the way up to their revolutionary Upper Class, which boasts one of the longest beds in its class, so comfortable they make passengers feel like they’ve already reached their hotels. Upper Class passengers also benefit from access to the on-board bars, which look like they’re straight out of swish hotel lobbies. And not forgetting the Virgin Clubhouses, sexy-cool odes to space-age travel where pampering is available from top to toe – and back again – so you have the perfect start to a perfect holiday.

With one of the most modern fleets gracing the skies, Emirates can lay claim to being the most elegant of airline partners.

From Private Suites and Shower Spas, to flat-bed seats and award-winning in-flight entertainment, Emirates offers a unique experience on each of its flights, meaning unparalleled levels of flight luxury. In Economy more space has been created for your comfort with personal seatback monitors providing up to 1400 channels of entertainment programming. Business Class sleeper seats take relaxation to dreamy levels whilst sumptuous dining options ensure a relaxing journey. In First Class, long haul flights benefit from seven-course meals whilst, on selected routes, Private Suites come with a personal mini-bar, their own vanity table, mirror and wardrobe; and on the A380, two on-board Shower Spas to help ensure you arrive at your destination ready to take on the day. A highly attentive crew is on hand throughout all classes, it’s no wonder Emirates were crowned ‘World’s Best Airline’ at the 2013 Skytrax Award.

Reflecting the best in Arabian hospitality, in just eight years Etihad has established itself as one of the world’s leading airlines.

You’ll notice the Etihad Airways difference from the moment your journey begins. The UAE’s national airline is, fittingly, luxury with no expense spared. Ergonomic design means space in all classes, but Pearl and Diamond Classes take this to super-deluxe levels. Every guest has a Food and Beverage Manager and Pearl passengers will, on selected flights, enjoy lie-flat beds. Diamond guests sleep on 6’8” beds, within their privacy shells, which incorporate a table, desk lamp and mirror – to ensure you feel at home when you are in the air, with space previously thought impossible on-board an aircraft. With built-in massage seats to ensure ultimate relaxation, you can enjoy your personal LCD with a quiet and comfortable journey stretched before you, in much the same manner you can stretch across the generous amount of personal space available on an Etihad flight.

British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia have teamed up on the Transatlantic to provide a global network offering passengers more flight choice and improved connections to make your global travel experience easier and more rewarding. Traveling between the USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe, you can now benefit from smoother connections for onward flights through coordinated schedules, as well as the ability to Check-in online and print boarding passes for flights across the three airlines either on the website of the airline you booked with, or the airline operating the flight. Flying in a premium cabin is now easier than ever with the enhanced Transatlantic relationship between British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia who together offer an extended choice of premium cabin options and reciprocal lounge access.