British Airways

British Airways plan London to Philadelphia service expansion

From April 2018 British Airways will increase its schedule from London Heathrow to Philadelphia International Airport from seven flights to 10 flights per week. The additional flights will operate on a Monday, Friday and Sunday due to increased passenger demand for the popular business and tourist destination.

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Loganair and British Airways renewed partnership

Loganair will partner with British Airways from 1st September 2017 when Loganair will begin operations as an independent airline. The two carriers have had a business relationship for more than 25 years. Travellers from the Highlands and Islands will be able to connect to British Airways global network via Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen for onward flights to Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports, then onwards to over 200 worldwide destinations.

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British Airways announce new Nashville route

British Airways has announced a brand new direct service between London Heathrow and Nashville, launching May 2018. The new service will operate five times a week from Heathrow, Terminal 5 on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Conveniently positioned between three interstate highways, Nashville makes a perfect starting point for Southern road trips, with Memphis, Baton Rouge and New Orleans all within easy reach for fly-drive enthusiasts.

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British Airways join forces with Comic Relief for their new safety video

British Airways has released a new safety video celebrating the Great British humour and featuring iconic British celebrities. The new video aims to ensure passengers pay attention to the inflight safety procedures and to raise awareness for the global charity partnership between British Airways and Comic Relief.

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British Airways minimal disruption as strike action continues

All British Airways customers will be able to fly to their destinations, despite 14 days of further proposed industrial action by Mixed Fleet Unite between Wednesday 2nd August and Tuesday 15th August. The union represents one of five British Airways cabin crew fleets so the the vast majority of services will be unaffected. All flights to and from London Gatwick, London City and Stansted will operate as normal as will the weekend only Mediterranean services to and from Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester.

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British Airways new routes from London City

British Airways is launching new routes from London City Airport to three European capitals; Paris, Prague and Reykjavik in October 2017.

The new services to the three popular cities will mean British Airways will fly to 32 destinations from London City this winter. There will be three flights a day to Paris Orly during the week and one a day at weekends, six flights a week to Prague and two a week to Reykjavik.

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British Airways Club World sleep improvements

As part of the £400m investment in transforming Club World, British Airways are introducing new bedding and amenity kits in partnership with The White Company.

Passengers will receive an elegant day cushion, a bespoke soft large pillow with white cotton pillowcase, a super-soft woven blanket, a specially developed luxurious duvet, and a padded mattress topper to improve their quality of sleep.

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JFK Terminal 7 improvement delayed

The improvement works to the security area at New York JFK Terminal 7 have been postponed. Work will now begin later in 2017, and this means that customers travelling over the summer will no longer need to allow an extra hour at the airport. New dates will be advised as soon as they are available.


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British Airways Strike Action to Continue.

British Airways’ passengers face more disruption after workers announced a fresh round of strikes.
Members of Unite will walk out for 14 days from July 19, just three-days after completing a 16-day stoppage.
Union Unite said the strike had been called after BA claims that crew who previously walked out have not had their bonuses or benefits, including free and discounted travel, restored.

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British Airways Executive Club changes

Following feedback from existing members British Airways has made exciting changes to their Executive Club loyalty scheme. Here's what Executive Club Members can look forward to:

Free seat reservations on Basic fares

British Airways Bronze, Silver and Gold Members can benefit from free seat reservations on Basic fares. This benefit has been re-introduced as members value the Basic (Hand Baggage Only) fare as they’re often travelling for business and don’t want to check in a bag, but still appreciate the ability to pre-reserve their seat.

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