Our summary of great fares from the past couple of weeks.
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What is the different between these two, often confused, ticketing options? When is it good to use it and when should I ignore these options? This article gives you the lowdown on what is the correct way to analyse the fare.
We’ve trawled BA’s latest Luxury Sale fares globally, and put only the best ones here.
Super Premium Economy fares to fly from Israel, Egypt and Lebanon to North America with British Airways.
Our usual summary of good fares from the past week
Avios, British Airways and Barclays announced a partnership to be launched later in the year. While details are thin, we speculate on what could be on the agenda.
Vancouver, Buenos Aires, Santo Domingo and many more from Italy in Premium Economy for a great fare with British Airways and Iberia.
Excellent fares to travel in Business Class from France with Iberia and British Airways.
Our usual summary of fares for the week just gone.
We try to argue whether it is worth the time and energy to do a Tier Point Run to help get British Airways Silver.
British Airways adds a new domestic flight route which would be great if you want a weekend away from London, or for those starting there, a much more convenient way to connect onto other longhaul services on British Airways.
First Class fares at Business price in between the UK and Canada, Mexico and the US with British Airways.
Amazing Premium Economy fares coming from either Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo to go to Europe with Oneworld
If you are trying to qualify for British Airways Executive Club Bronze, Silver or Gold then you will need to have ‘Eligible Flights’ in addition to Tier Points. You need as follows: Bronze – 2 Eligible Flights Silver – 4 Eligible Flights Gold – 4 Eligible Flights These are not cumulative. If you want to…
A couple of new additions to British Airways’ service for business and economy travellers. I am curious to know what their new signature cocktails taste like!