British Airways is the national air carrier of the United Kingdom and operates the largest number of international routes of any British airline. British Airways merged with Spain's Iberia in 2011 to create one of the largest airlines companies in the world. British Airways was a founding member of the Oneworld alliance and is known for its sterling fleet of Boeing 747's and Airbus a380's. When accessing the British Airways website, travelers will immediately find options to search and book new flights, manage current bookings, find information on company policies, and see details about British Airways Executive Club membership. Under “Manage my Booking,” travelers can complete an online check in as well as see the details of their reservations. Moving to the “Information” section, users can see their flight status and find general information on British Airway's baggage allowance policy (your flight-specific baggage allowance can be found by entering your booking details in the “Manage my Booking” section). British Airways is also known for its multi-tier cabin class system which includes regular economy, premium economy (a more spacious, semi-private cabin), business class (lounge access, reclining seats, and enhanced meal options), and first class. Unlike many other airlines, British Airways also lets users combine flights with hotels and rental cars to create virtual vacation packages.
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British Airways email address
British Airways phone number
902 11 13 33
British Airways address
Waterside, Speedbird Way, off Bath Road, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GA
Ciro British Airways is a time-honored classic and one of the better European national carriers. With its Executive Club, it also offers one of the better frequent flyer programs on the market. By flying British Airways, you earn this kind of virtual currency called Avios which can be redeemed not only for BA flights, but also on Iberia flights thanks to the recent merger of the two companies. And British Airways has tons of partners so yo can cash in your Avios for everything from flight upgrades to hotel stays...even wine! British Airways has also hopped on the Premium Economy trend, which is a plus in my book. If you fly Premium Economy with BA you get your own private little cabin with dedicated cabin crew and some seriously comfy seats. A must on long-haul flights.Delete