Sunday, 18 August 2019

The two 'Club World' seats for £2019 sale from British Airways comes to an end tomorrow.

With just a day to go until the end of British Airways’ latest premium sale, there are still pairs of Club World (business class) seats available from £2019 return to New York, Washington, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Moscow, San Jose (Costa Rica) and Punta Cana.

Other destinations are available for marginally more with two Club World seats to the likes of Antigua for £2305, Barbados for £2332, Cancun for £2353 and both Beijing and Bangkok for £2998.

And those looking for a special First class trip can snap up a pair of tickets in the exclusive cabin from just £3019 to New York, Toronto, Washington, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Miami and Philadelphia.

Two World Traveller Plus seats to New York and Miami start from just £1398 and to New Orleans and Nashville from £1598.

The sale finishes at 11.59pm on Monday, August 19 for travel dates between now and September 30, 2019.


Full terms and conditions can be found at ba.com/luxury-offers.



It is also the final few days for  The BA 2119: Flight of the Future exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery.   The exhibition, which launched on August 1, and is free to enter, has been developed through a partnership between British Airways and the Royal College of Art and has proved very popular with visitors keen to explore the what flying may look like over the next 100 years. 

The exhibition brings to life the BA 2119: Flight of the Future report, which found that hyper-personalisation, immersive virtual realities, 3D printed health solutions, modular aircraft connected to city infrastructure, hypersonic flying and the rise of super-slow ”flight cruises”, are all part of the future of air travel. The report was commissioned by the airline to mark its centenary year, in collaboration with the leading data-led trends agency Foresight Factory. The report is one of the largest global consumer travel studies of its kind - surveying 13,000 consumers across ten countries - and consultations with leading sector experts and futurologists to offers a picture of what flying will look like in 20, 40, 60 and even 100 years into the future.





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