£63 British Airways Discount Code Marks HM Queen Elizabeth II Record-Breaking Reign

by Continental Club on September 9, 2015

British AirwaysThe Queen becomes the United Kingdom’s longest serving monarch on 9th September 2015, and British Airways is marking the occasion with the publication of a series of photographs recalling the company’s long association with Her Majesty, including this one of the royal party arriving in Kuwait on board Concorde in 1979.


BA has also released a promotional code valid for the record-breaking day only. Customers making longhaul bookings today, for departures from the United Kingdom until 29th August 2016, can save £63 per person by booking at ba.com and using the code ‘CELEBRATE’.

This reduces the lowest available fare for a London Heathrow to New York flight to £299 return.

The code is valid for flights operated by British Airways and its partners American Airlines, Iberia and Iberia Express, and in all cabin classes.

Bookings must be made by 23:59 BST on Wednesday 9th September 2015, and the discount is available only at ba.com.

The British Airways Low Fare Finder is the best way to check availability and fares; once live the promotional code may be added after flights have been selected and the total ‘normal’ fare has been calculated. The code should be inserted in the appropriate box beneath the title ‘Save money on your booking’.

To view more pictures from the British Airways Heritage Collection’s commemoration of The Queen’s 63 year, seven month and three day reign, click ‘READ MORE’ or scroll down below:

The telegram relayed by BOAC to The Queen from her mother, following the death of King George VI:


The Queen leaving her BEA Vickers Viscount aircraft during her state visit to Portugal in February 1957:


The Queen is greeted on one of her Royal tours, having arrived in a BOAC Argonaut aircraft:


The Queen during her flight on Concorde from Barbados to London in November 1977:


A dinner card on board one of the Queen’s flights signed by British Airways crew:


All photographs (c) British Airways. For more information, pictures and company history, visit the British Airways Heritage Collection.


One comment

[…] seem to be active on ba.com just yet. I've posted the details that I have on the CC Blog at http://blog.continentalclub.co.uk/fl…reaking-reign/ Hopefully, by the time I wake up again, the code will have too. In the meantime, this may be of […]

by Anonymous on September 9, 2015 at 12:14 AM. Reply #

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