British Airways is connecting Britain with the world and the world with Britain. From our home city of London, we offer frequent and convenient connections throughout the U.K, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Australia.
The British Airways experience is about feeling relaxed and secure from airport to boarding and beyond.
BA offers various cabin experiences for our customers. World Traveller is our long-haul economy cabin packed with all the comfort and benefits you expect from British Airways at an affordable price. Onboard amenities include a personal flat screen and headphones.
Customers also have the option for an exciting upgrade in our World Traveller Plus cabin. With fewer rows, this cabin is quieter, with wider seats and more legroom. Other features include an amenity kit and priority boarding.
We’re proud to bring great British food and drink straight to your seat. In our World Traveller cabin, you can enjoy a starter, main and dessert, with a choice of hot, cold and alcoholic drinks. In our World Traveller Plus cabin, you can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine after take-off, with additional snacks and drinks available in between meal service.
British Airways flies from over 25 gateways in North America to London where you can connect to over 100 destinations.
Whether you are in love with movies, music or games, you'll find something to interest your senses on-board. In terms of comfort, the seats offered are truly luxurious with ample legroom and perfect recline features. Meals are prepared by some of the best chefs and present a diverse palette that includes everything from salads, pastas to exotic wines. Those who love a good read can enjoy the in-flight magazine High Life and those who love to pamper themselves can shop on board for anything from a watch to jewelry.Online Check In
Passengers can check in online and select their seats as early as 24 hours before the flight's departure time.
British Airways Flight Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. How many destinations does British Airways fly to?
A. British Airways flies to over 180 destinations across six continents. Some of these destinations include - United States, Switzerland, France, Germany, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, Sweden, Srilanka, Spain, South Korea, South Africa, Romania, Russia, Ireland, Japan, Italy, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Egypt, India, and China to name a few.
Q. Which travel classes are offered by British Airways?
A. British Airways offer four classes of service, these include - Economy Class, Premium Economy, Business Class, and First Class.
Q. Do you get a meal on British Airways flights?
A. Yes, meals are offered on British Airways flights - on both short-haul and long-haul routes.
Short-Haul Flights -Economy Class on short-haul routes offer - Marks and Spencer onboard menu. In Business Class, passengers get to enjoy delicious menus, choice of quality wines, and coffee from Union Hand-Roasted coffee.
Long-Haul Flights -Long Haul Economy flights offer complimentary food and drinks. The Premium Economy cabin offers delicious seasonal menus prepared with the finest local ingredients.
The Business Class offers three-course-menu along with a glass of wine. In the morning, a delicious breakfast is served to passengers to kick start a day on a happy note. First Class offers classic English or continental breakfast in the morning along with a choice of delicious juices. In the afternoon - tea along with a selection of snacks is offered to the guests. For the meals, on the First Class, there's tempting a la carte menu crafted by leading chefs from around the world.
Q. Does British Airways serve food on international flights?
A. Yes, British Airways serve delicious food on international flights.
Q. Is there Wi-Fi on British Airways flights?
A. About 90% of the British Airways aircraft have got the Wi-Fi connectivity. Passengers can use the Wi-Fi to stay in touch with their colleagues at work, with family, and friends. .air is the onboard Wi-Fi service of British Airways.
Q. How much hand baggage is allowed on British Airways flights?
A. British Airways baggage allowance differs depending upon various factors.
The freehand baggage allowance differs depending on several factors. It's recommended to refer to the airline's website for details.
If your hand baggage exceeds the limit, you have to check it in, and it will be counted in the checked baggage allowance. And if your bag also exceeds the limit of checked baggage allowance, you may have to pay a baggage charge.
Q. How much free checked baggage allowance is allowed on British Airways flights?
A. The free checked baggage allowance differs depending upon the class you're traveling in. Passengers can check their free checked baggage allowance by clicking on - Manage My Booking section on the airline's website if they have already booked their flights.
Q. How to check-in for British Airways flights?
A. British Airways Check-In
British Airways Online Check-in
For the passengers who book with British Airways, the airlines offer the facility of online check-in, available from 24 hours before the flight's scheduled departure time. Passengers should print their boarding pass, download it or email it on their email ids. In-case they forget or lose their boarding pass, they can print it again at a check-in kiosk at the airport.
British Airways Mobile Check-In
Using the British Airways app, passengers can check-in from 24 hours before the flight's scheduled departure time. They can check-in using their mobile, iPad, and Apple Watch. Passengers are required to download their boarding passes.
British Airways Check-In at the Airport
Passengers can check-in at the airport using kiosks and can print their boarding passes.
Passengers can also check-in at a check-in desk. Passengers who are traveling from London Gatwick before 15:15 can check in the day before. For guests, traveling from Edinburgh before 09:00, can check-in the day before.
Q. How to get cheap British Airways flights?
A. To get cheap British Airways flight tickets, do the following -
- Sign-up for price alerts.
- Reserve tickets in advance.
- Be flexible with dates.
- Avoid flying in the weekend.
- Plan your trip in the off-season
- Be ready to take flights at odd hours.
- Be flexible with stopovers. Being open to a leisurely stopover will help you save big.
Q. Which airlines are partners with British Airways?
A. British Airways is a member of Oneworld, and it has codeshare agreements with Aer Lingus, airBaltic, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Finnair, and Flybe, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LATAM Brasil, LATAM Chile, Loganair, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, S7 Airlines, TAAG Angola Airlines, and Vueling.
British Airways subsidiary includes - BA CityFlyer, which operates a network of UK domestic, and European services from London City airport.