British Airways

Delays predicted: Allow extra time when travelling from New York JFK Terminal 7

The JFK Terminal 7 programmes next phase of construction will begin on the 22nd June and may cause delays getting through security screening. This will affect all World Traveller and WTP customers on flights departing after 17.00hrs. Customers should allow an extra hour at the airport to ensure that they reach their gate on time. British Airways is investing $67million to bring you an improved experience when you travel through New York JFK Terminal 7. Work will be completed in January 2018.

 

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British Airways improve New York JFK Terminal 7

Regular travellers through New York JFK Terminal 7 will soon start to notice some changes. British Airways are investing $67m in their facilities and lounges at Terminal 7 over the next 20 months and are working hard to create a new and improved airport experience.

A better journey - The refurbished terminal will include a spacious, light new concourse area, conveniently placed check-in desks and extra seating at the gate area.

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Treat the family this summer with British Airways

As the school summer holidays approach you may be taking time out to spend with the family, it's the perfect time to pack up your bags, get the kids ready and take a trip to London with British Airways.

With every adult ticket you buy, two kids under 12 fly for free when you travel between London Heathrow and Leeds Bradford Airport, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Inverness, Belfast and Billund, Denmark.

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British Airways' summer sun routes from Birmingham Airport

From 20th May 2017 you will be able to fly direct from Birmingham to a range of leisure destinations throughout Europe with British Airways. Flights will operate on weekends and will connect Birmingham to cosmopolitan Florence, Ibiza, Malaga and Palma.

Loyalty is rewarded each time you book, earning Avios on each flight which can be redeemed against flights, cabin upgrades and more. You can also earn valuable Tier Points and become part of the British Airways On Business programme, earning points on all of your business travel.

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Upgrade to First with British Airways

British Airways is offering you the chance to enjoy the the height of luxury in First class. This unforgettable experience is available for free when you book selected return flights in Club World class. There is no journey limit so you can upgrade everytime you travel during the eligible booking and travel periods.

The First cabin allows you to relax in exclusive First lounges and enjoy complimentary spa treatments before your flight. Once on-board, you can unwind in the comfort and privacy of your own spacious on-board suite with fully flat-bed and dedicated service.

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British Airways improved London Gatwick experience

British Airways have invested a great deal to improve your journey from London Gatwick Airport with a move to the South terminal. British Airways are now located closer to the Gatwick train station, so you can save time and money with direct access to the airport.

If you’ve already checked in, you can beat the queues by choosing to use one of the new self-service bag drop machines, tag and drop your bags quickly and easily, then head through security. Why spend time queuing when you could be relaxing or shopping before your flight?

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Exclusive new British Airways AirPortr and Bag Check-In service

Customers can have their bags collected from a London location and checked in for their flight at their doorstep with the AirPortr + Bag Check-In service, exclusive to British Airways customers.

Summary of benefits:

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British Airways: New Thinking, New Flying

British Airways new investment plan for customers, focuses on excellence in the premium cabins, quality products and more choice to change the way you fly. Plus a series of innovative and transformational new products and services will be revealed over the coming months.

The new Club World Experience

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British Airways cabin baggage security requirements

You may be aware that the UK government has issued new security requirements for what items are allowed in cabin baggage. The new requirements apply to forthcoming flights into the UK from one of the following countries: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Turkey.

You will not be able to carry laptops, tablets and larger mobile phones in your cabin baggage. Only mobile phones smaller than the following dimensions will be allowed in the cabin: Length: 16cm Width: 9.3cm Depth: 1.5cm.

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British Airways change to cashless only airport payments

From 1st April 2017, British Airways will be unable to accept cash payments at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and many of the airports they operate from in North America. This includes all types of payments, such as for extra bags, additional/exit row seats, changes to tickets, service charges, etc.

Customers who cannot pay with a credit or debit card should check with a member of staff at the airport to find out if options are available for converting cash to a payment card as this varies by airport:

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