British Airways

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About British Airways

For the past 100 years, British Airways (BA) has been flying people all round the world to some amazing destinations. As one of the world’s leading premium airlines, it operates an extensive global network, direct from 16 UK airports – including its hubs at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London City. 

With a fleet of over 280 aircraft, flying to more than 200 destinations in 75 countries, BA is a busy airline – indeed, a BA airplane takes off somewhere in the world every 90 seconds! Its superior fleet includes the double-decker Airbus A380, state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the latest addition, the technologically advanced Airbus A350 which takes to the skies this year.

Cabins on British Airways

Why fly with British Airways for business?

When you fly with BA, you’re joining the 145,000 customers a day who want quality, choice and convenience. BA’s range of comfortable cabins includes First, Business (with its new Club Suite), Premium Economy and Economy – with every BA flight having a Business Class cabin.

All customers receive award-winning service from BA’s attentive cabin crew. Plus, there’s delicious dining options, generous baggage allowances, dedicated check-in and priority boarding – plus access to exclusive departure lounges before you fly.

Choose BA and you’ve the chance to earn Avios points to spend on future flights, hotels or other travel rewards. And for those making transatlantic journeys, BA has teamed up with American Airlines, Finnair and Iberia to give an even greater choice of destinations, connections, fares and rewards.

Celebrating 100 years of flying

British Airways has spent the last 100 years striving to make customers’ journeys as enjoyable as possible. And in its Centenary year, it’s dialling this up.

To mark its milestone, BA has redesigned its iconic Speedmarque logo to form the shape of 100. It has identified 100 British pioneers in the arts, sports, science and business to tell their stories throughout the year; it has partnered with a selection of British brands (like Marmite) to create limited-edition food, drink and gifts; it’s even launched its own BA sparkling wine!

And to commemorate by-gone days, BA has repainted some of its aircraft in its heritage liveries. There’s so much going on that this is the perfect time to fly BA. Come join in BA’s big birthday celebrations!

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