MARCH 2011

All of us have dreamt at times of travelling fast, comfortably and without any limits.



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Of course, airlines try to do their best, providing their passengers with all  possible comforts, especially in higher cabin classes. However, almost everyone who spends hundreds of hours yearly on board jet airliners, sometimes imagines how nice it would be to fly a business jet – an aircraft which they would have at their own disposal and equipped in line with their own needs. Our feature article will convince you that this dream can easily come true.

A private jet will take you almost everywhere, including Heathrow airport in London. Being one of the world’s most important airports, Heathrow is still expanding, although even now it is a city within a city. Some of the destinations we describe in this issue include Santiago, Bangkok, Casablanca, as well as Morocco – especially in the view of organizing there incentive trips. We also invite you to visit impressive golf courses in the Republic of South Africa, charming Parisian bistros, and for a cruise from Istanbul to the Holy Land aboard a remarkable ship the Vision Of The Seas.

We also do not forget about the most important aspect of each issue of Business Traveller – that is about hotels and business trips. This issue features hotels in Łódź, Wrocław, and Frankfurt, while our Tried&Tested section also included a visit to Warsaw’s Izumi Sushi restaurant. We also check the latest news of the major hotel chains.

Finally, we take you for a ride in Suzuki Kizashi – a latest novelty by the renowned Japanese company, and present you with a range of new, attractive smartphones. Our experts will also give you a range of pieces of advice – both in wine making, or regarding legal regulations on flying and passengers’ rights.

Enjoy your reading.


Robert Grzybowski, publisher of Business Traveller Poland