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The Executive Club

Information about British Airways frequent flyer program and the benifits of elite status.

Lounge Guide

What you need to know about British Airways lounges around the world.

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BA Terminology

Interesting terms and policies you may not have known when flying with British Airways.

British Airways

IATA code: BA
Hub airport: London Heathrow
Alliance: Oneworld
Loyalty program: Executive Club/ Avios
Inflight magazine: Highlife

British Airways is a full service global airline which a rich history and outstanding reputation. The airline’s origins can be traced all the way back to the birth of civil aviation, but since then, air travel has changed dramatically and so has this airline. Commanding the largest fleet in the UK, British Airways was created in 1974 and is one of the world’s leading airlines. BA is a founding member of Oneworld Alliance and is proud to be partnered with similar leading airline companies, providing world-class service and convenience across over 150 countries.

BA’s Golden Ticket – What Are They?

What is the BA Golden Ticket? The British Airways golden ticket was an initiative launched in 2012 to give frequent travellers an easy way to...

EXPLAINED – British Airways Companion Voucher

The BA 2-4-1 companion voucher, also known as just the Companion Voucher, is gained through the American Express British Airways reward credit card. It is one of the, if not the most, beneficial perks of the reward card with the potential for massive savings.

BA CodeShare Partners

British Airways operates multiple code-share streams from the OneWorld alliance, to the IAG group of companies, to other independent airlines. Below is a...

The Executive Club

The Executive Club is British Airways’ frequent flyer program. When you join the club you begin to collect Tier Points and Avios which you can use towards gaining elite status and claiming reward flights.

The Lounges

British Airways operates over 30 departure lounges around the world. Its main lounges are it's First and Business class Galeries and Terrace lounges; but BA also has select arrivals lounges and its flagship Concord Room – which can only be found in London Heathrow and New York JFK - in its line up as well.

Finnair Commitment to Premium Economy

Finnair is expecting to launch its new premium economy soon, according to the airline’s...

British Airways Doubles Redemption Seats Per Flight

As of May, British Airways has significantly increased the number of Redemption seats that...

What is Air New Zealand Skycouch

As a first of its kind product, Air New Zealand launched Skycouch in 2011...