This is a popular business route, with a number of airlines offering Business Class flights to Granadilla each day. You can fly direct from London Gatwick (LGW) with either British Airways or Iberia. Iberia also flies this route from Heathrow (LHR) but with a stopover in Madrid (MAD). Swiss and Lufthansa also offer indirect flights from Heathrow. Swiss via Zurich and Lufthansa via Frankfurt. Swiss also fly Business Class via Zurich out of London City Airport (LCY). If you have time on your hands, you also have the option of Tap Air Portugal, which flies from Gatwick to Granadilla via Oporto and Lisbon.
With each of these airlines you will have full access to Business or VIP lounges in the departure airport as well as the transit airports, time permitting. Iberia’s Business Class flights to Granadilla offer seats with better legroom, recline, and comfort at the front of the plane. There will always be an empty seat beside you. The menu is designed to reflect Spain’s gastronomy, as well as international options. Entertainment and power supply for your devices is also included. British Airways offers a similar standard of service on its Club Europe class with an emphasis on comfort, dining and space to work with what it considers a British edge.
Yes, the airlines offering this service will either provide a range of print newspapers on board or digital editions of a larger range of magazines and news publications.