Friday, 27 October 2017

British Airways beating the low-cost airlines at their own game!

The UK's British Airways has this week announced a new range of fares less than £40! The carrier, battling hard against the legion of European low-cost airlines is offering more of the rock-bottom fares than ever before from Heathrow this winter.  Some of the deals are even less than thirty quid!

These routes include Luxembourg (from £27), Palma (from £28), Malaga (from £30) and Bilbao (from £30).  It’s the first time in the airline’s history that the company has offered such low fares on 40 of its winter short-haul routes from Heathrow, a firm demonstration of the carrier’s commitment to affordable travel.

 Adam Daniels, British Airways’ chief commercial officer, said: “The bulk of our routes from Heathrow now have fares available for under £40 each way, which means that for less than £80, our customers can get to Europe and back for a holiday. At British Airways we offer great value for money with extensive flight schedules, centrally located airports, award-winning facilities from Terminal 5, generous baggage allowances, modern cabins and a truly British service style. British Airways is also the most punctual, major short-haul airline in London.”

The new lower fares also extends to British Airways’ Club Europe cabin with seats in business class starting from just £86 each-way on selected routes, which brings a return Club Europe fare in at just £172. Customers travelling in Club Europe also benefit from Club check-in, an increased baggage allowance, lounge access, priority boarding and complimentary food and drink.

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