Yesterday was a bad day for British Airways as it was forced to admit that its website and app were hacked and that the details of 380,000 customers were compromised. What made matters worse was that the airline confirmed that it took 15 days before it noticed that its systems had been hacked.
I’ve long said that I don’t see the value in European short-haul Business Class fares because the offering usually isn’t compelling enough to warrant the considerable premium charged over Economy Class. British Airways Club Europe (what the airline calls it’s short-haul Business Class product) offers a very good example of why I generally don’t see...
Starting this month British Airways customers flying in the airline’s First and Business Class cabins may notice a few changes to the champagne and sparkling wine they’re offered. Lounge visitors should notice some changes too.
Every now and again (usually around the popular vacation months) British Airways temporarily changes the access rules to its Heathrow lounges and, with the summer school vacations around the corner, BA has done it again.
British Airways is currently running a “Luxury Holidays” sale through midnight (UK time) on 24 July and in it it’s offering some attractive-looking Business Class packages that could save you quite a bit of money.
British Airways has announced that it plans to offer service between London Gatwick and Cologne from later this year. As things stand it looks as if the new route is set to operate during the winter season only but this may change should the route prove to be a success.