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.
British Airways has launched a new app for its Executive Club members (free to join here) and, having seen the press release detailing all the joys and functionality of the new app, I'm left wondering why the airline has bothered developing this in the first place.
British Airways has launched some extra discounts on the holiday sale it has been running for a few weeks so if you haven't booked your next trip just yet these savings may be of help.
British Airways has released a new safety video which follows on from the video currently being shown on board. Like its predecessor, the new British Airways safety video features a cast of British TV and movie stars all pitching in on behalf of Comic Relief and BA's Flying Start charity.
British Airways has brought back its "Upgrade to First" promotion which it last ran back in February this year. The promotion is simple in that it offers passengers a free one-way upgrade to First Class when they make an eligible roundtrip reservation in British Airways Club World (Business Class).
British Airways announced that it would fly between London Gatwick and Oakland back in November 2016 and then launched the service in March 2017. The new route was an interesting direction for British Airways to take. It was route already offered by Norwegian and we hadn’t seen BA go after a low-cost carrier on a long-haul route before. British Airways currently offers 4 weekly flights between its London Gatwick base and Oakland but, as we were told back in April, British Airways had decided to close this route down for the winter (last flights are scheduled for 20 October).
While I've had some very positive recent experiences with British Airways cabin crew I'm continually frustrated by some of the limitations of BA.com, the incompetence of BA's IT department and the inability of BA call centre staff to carry out simple tasks.
Issues that British Airways is currently having with the Rolls Royce engines on a number of its Dreamliners have seen the UK’s flag carrier wetlease a number of Qatar Airways A330 aircraft to cover certain routes while BA’s aircraft are out of action.
Thanks to the ongoing issues surrounding the Rolls Royce engines on BA's 787-9 Dreamliners the airline has had to wetlease a number of Airbus A330 aircraft from Qatar Airways. These aircraft are covering some of BA's flights between London and Delhi, Muscat and Kuwait this summer and, if you're booked to fly on one of these routes, you have some choices to make.