British Airways

Lufthansa, United’s major European partner, is instituting a pay-for-long-haul-seat-assignment policy of their own. Families who get separated, will not be pleased.

{ 0 comments }

Alaska Air to offer double miles on select BA flights, MGM Resorts to observe Earth Hour, Delta partners with LinkedIn

{ 0 comments }

BA may expand to USAir’s east coast cities, Airfare Transparency Act promotes confusion, windfall on the water

{ 0 comments }

Enjoy this a video that plays to India’s all-work-and-no-play lifestyle of those with young families. See how United Airlines advertised their Olympic sponsorship. Finally, look inside one of the most unique airport hotels in the world.

{ 0 comments }

BA ordered to increase compensation, hold policies differ among airlines, Six Flags over Texas expands kids’ area

{ 0 comments }

Free ride to Sea-Tac, Top 10 US spots to visit, a tour of BA’s 787

{ 0 comments }

Observation wheel coming to Vegas, Boeing testing automation for 777X, Jet Blue and BA announce interline agreement

{ 0 comments }

Airlines love code-shares. They allow carriers to market and sell and advertise flights to destinations to which they don’t actually fly.

From a consumer point of view, there aren’t many benefits. But airlines are more likely to help out with a delay or missed connection if all flights are on one ticket. On the other hand, a codeshare flight can lull passengers into a false sense of security and have real disadvantages.

{ 8 comments }

Boeing delivers British Airways’ first 787 Dreamliner The first British Airways 787 departed Paine Field in Everett, Wash., on June 26 and arrived in London at 12:10 pm local time. British Airways has announced that the airline will operate the 787 from Heathrow to Toronto from Sept. 1 and Heathrow to Newark from Oct. 1. […]

{ 0 comments }

Chewbacca gets detained by the TSA, EU regulators clear Delta/Virgin deal, BA to get 787s and A380

{ 0 comments }