Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Iberia and their business class special round trip fares between Madrid and Chicago. This fare can also be booked on British Airways codeshares.
British Airways Resumes London-Cairo Flights Following Week-long Cancellations Amid Security Concerns
One week after British Airways had suddenly cancelled all their Cairo flights citing security concerns, the airline has now resumed their services between London and Cairo effective Friday evening.
British Airways has today faced headwinds affecting operations at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports that are not labor related.
Weather in London and around Europe has caused significant delays and there is/has been an issue with Eurocontrol limiting the number of available take off and landing slots. British Airways has so far canceled around 200 flights.
Airfare of the Day: Iberia / British Airways BUSINESS CLASS New York (JFK), United States to Madrid (MAD), Spain from $2,021 Round Trip
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to British Airways and their business class special round trip fares between New York and Madrid. This fare can be routed on Iberia non-stop flights on BA codeshares.
Votes Are In: 93% Of British Airways Pilots Are Backing Summer Strike Action August 6th Onward, Airport Workers Also On Strike
British Airlines pilots have casted their votes about whether they are supporting labor action this summer holiday and 93% of them are backing to go on strike as do Heathrow Airport workers.
British Airways on Saturday started to inform passengers that were due to fly on the airline to/from Cairo that the services had been suspended for seven days.
Lufthansa followed later on Saturday but their flights had been only suspended for a day and should return on Sunday. Other airlines, including Egypt Air continued their operations as usual.
British Airways had a data breach that allowed unauthorized third party/parties access to passenger names, passport and credit card information. BA has arrogantly continued to claim that there is no proof that leaked credit cards would have been used in an unauthorized manner.
There are two law firms in the United Kingdom that are in the process of suing the airline for compensation that it will then be distributed among the claimants (you won’t become one unless you sign up). The British Information Commissioner’s Office and is the process of fining British Airways to the tune of £183 million.
British Airways is experiencing a meltdown at London Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The airline is writing manual luggage tags and not promising that passengers will have their bags at destination per Tweets from affected passengers.
British Airways won’t accept checked bags more than 3 hours before scheduled departure from long-haul passengers and 2 hours from short-haul ones. BA has also sent out messages that it may not be able to deliver all baggage and request passengers file missing luggage claims.
Airfare of the Day: American Airlines / British Airways BUSINESS CLASS Manchester (MAN), United Kingdom to Las Vegas (LAS), United States from £1,374 Round Trip
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to American Airlines and British Airways and their basic season midweek business class round trip fares between Manchester and Las Vegas.
British Airways started a trial today that allows Executive Club members to book rewards flights with minimal fees for travel in the UK and Europe.
British Airways, however, had already had a fee cap in place for Rewards Flight Savers (RFS) for the same destinations.
Airfare of the Day: American Airlines / British Airways PREMIUM ECONOMY CLASS London (LHR), United Kindgom to Los Angeles (LAX), United States from £770 Round Trip
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to American Airlines and their premium economy promotional round trip fares between London and Los Angeles. This fare allows to be routed on BA codeshare flights.
Yep it’s that time of the year once again: British Airlines employees might go on strike and this time it’s the pilots who are currently voting on labor action and the signs aren’t positive.
The British Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has come down hard on British Airways and imposed a £183 Million fine over the 2018 data breach that saw half a million customers data compromised.