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Information about British Airways

The airline's base is at Waterside, close to its Heathrow Airport hub. British Airways was founded in March 1974 following the dissolution of the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and British European Airways (BEA). BA quickly established itself as a world leader at a time when air travel was suddenly more accessible. As more passengers chose British Airways flights, the airline expanded its operations. Notable landmarks in the brand's history include Concorde, the world's first supersonic plane in partnership with Air France and the acquisition of other airlines such as British Caledonian. BA owns 40% of the slots at Heathrow Airport and also has a strong presence at Gatwick Airport and at London City Airport. Following the sale of BA Connect, the airline made Heathrow the only departure point for international flights. Those wishing to travel from other parts of the country must start their air journey at Heathrow or transfer from one of the UK's regional airports.

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Its distinctive red white and blue livery is recognised all over the world and passengers can expect:

  • High-quality service
  • Comfortable, well planned cabins
  • Good on board facilities
  • A massive choice of short and long haul destinations

Airbus and Boeing planes make up the British Airways passenger fleet. The airline also has a cargo operation that uses other aircraft such as the Hawker Siddeley Trident. BA flies to over 160 destinations and offers flyers a choice of in-flight seats and facilities. UK Domestic is BA's economy class on short flights within the UK. Its European economy class is Eurotraveller. At present, the airline provides snacks or meals on board. However, from 2017, passengers will be able to purchase Marks & Spencer products on short flights. The Club Europe business class is available on short haul European flights. Long haul passengers might choose World Traveller and World Traveller Plus. The airline's Club World long haul business option is one of its most popular and First Class is available on many international routes.

BA is one of just a handful of airlines to fly to all six continents. British Airways flights go to over 160 destinations including major capital cities like Tokyo, Rome, Washington DC and Madrid. You'll also find flights to the United Kingdom from airports around the globe.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a flight with British Airways cost?

The price of flights with British Airways varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in Australia for a flight with British Airways is $416.

What are the main airlines flying into Australia?

The most popular airlines in Australia are Virgin Australia, AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates.

What is the cheapest destination departing from Australia with British Airways?

The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from Australia with British Airways is Singapur.

Where should I depart from when flying from Australia with British Airways?

Flying with British Airways, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in Australia is Sydney.

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British Airways (BA/BAW)

British Airways is the United Kingdom's flag carrier and the country's largest airline in terms of fleet size. While BA, as it is often known, may have more planes, EasyJet is the UK's largest carrier based on passenger numbers. However, BA has never marketed itself as an economy option; instead, the airline provides its passengers with excellent service and a massive choice of worldwide destinations. British Airways flights are the first choice for business travellers and those who want comfortable cabins and seats for both short and long journeys.

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