Ready, Set Tenary, Go

Ready, Set Tenary, Go

Ready, Set Tenary, Go

Ready, Set Tenary, Go

British Airways turns 100 this year and to get its special centenary year underway, as part of its January Sale the airline is offering customers the chance to book a flight from just £100 each-way* to some of its most popular long-haul destinations.

The offer will run on Monday January 21, through to Thursday January 24, with two different destinations up for grabs each day at 12:00pm. Customers logging on to ba.com at midday will be able to buy tickets to destinations such as the USA, Africa and South America.

Customers will need to act fast to secure the ultra-low fares, but the savings don’t stop there as British Airways’ World Sale is also live with over 100 destinations on offer. The flight and holidays sale, which ends at 11.59pm on January 31, 2019, includes new routes to Charleston, Pittsburgh, Durban and Osaka as well as popular destinations including Las Vegas and Cancun.

With two-night city breaks starting from just £99 per person, European beach holidays starting from £179 per person and Caribbean holidays from £499 per person, there are huge discounts to be found on thousands of flights, holidays and fly drive packages.

New York, the most searched destination on ba.com in 2018, is on sale for £266 return. As part of British Airway’s partnership with American Airlines, great fares are also available on many US routes. Together, American Airlines and British Airways offer up to 70 flights a day from London to the U.S.

British Airways is investing £6.5 billion pounds for its customers over the next five years. This includes the installation of the best quality WiFi and power in every seat, fitting 128 long-haul aircraft with new interiors and taking delivery of 72 new aircraft. The airline will also be introducing new Club World seat with direct aisle access later this year.

Full details of the offer can be found here

·    *Each way as part of a return journey; so £200 return inclusive of all taxes, fees and charges and baggage.  For travel dates check ba.com/100-flights each day. For ‘How to Book’ please check ba.com/100-flights each day.

Source = British Airways
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