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British Airways Economy & Premium Economy Sale Fares Loaded 31st August 2017

by Continental Club on August 31, 2017  |  Leave a comment • Tagged as: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

British AirwaysBritish Airways has now also loaded sale fares in its World Traveller (Economy) and World Traveller Plus (Premium Economy) cabins for travel to destinations worldwide on selected dates through to 2018. Periods of availability vary by destination, reflecting seasonal demand variations. Fares must be booked by 23:59 GMT on 26th September 2017. An official ‘Sale’ page will undoubtedly be published later to the airline’s website at ba.com, but for now the BA Low Fare Finder is the best way to check the new fares and availability.

Overall, Economy and Premium Economy fares are 4% higher than in the last sale. Sydney moves from £699 return to £733 in Economy, for example. Los Angeles adds £100 to its Premium Economy fare, while Vancouver sheds £70 compared to last time around. Mauritius remains favoured, with its notable sub £1000 Premium Economy fare reappearing this time.

All sale fares qualify for Avios and Tier Point credit in the British Airways Executive Club frequent flyer programme, as well as OnBusiness points for small and medium sized enterprises enrolled in that programme.

For a full list of longhaul destinations and lowest fares, including the corresponding fare in the last full sale (June 2017), click ‘READ MORE’ or scroll down.

Until the ba.com Sale page is live, the fastest way to check availability and to book may still be to visit the Low Fares Finder at ba.com.

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British Airways Business & First Class Sale Fares Loaded 31st August 2017

by Continental Club on August 31, 2017  |  4 comments • Tagged as: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

British AirwaysBritish Airways is now loading sale fares for 2017 and 2018 travel to destinations worldwide in their Club World Business and First Class cabins. Once again, Continental Club is ahead of public promotion, and therefore readers have the best chance to grab any limited availability. Travel dates vary by destination as usual, reflecting seasonal demand variations. Fares must be booked by 23:59 GMT on 26th September 2017. As an official ‘Sale’ page has been published to the airline’s website at ba.com, the BA Low Fare Finder at ba.com is the best way to check the new fares and availability.

Overall, Business Class and First Class fares are 14% lower on a simple average basis, compared to the last sale in the early summer.

Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Singapore are all showing notably lower fares in Business Class than last time around, for example.

Club World Business Class and First Class Sale fares earn full Tier Point and Avios credit in the British Airways Executive Club, and points in the OnBusiness SME Loyalty programme for eligible members.

For a list of currently available longhaul destinations and starting Club World and First Class fares, scroll down or click ‘READ MORE’ below. The listing includes the equivalent fares from the last full sale in June 2017.

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British Airways Economy & Premium Economy Sale Fares Loaded 22nd June 2017

by Continental Club on June 22, 2017  |  Leave a comment • Tagged as: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

British AirwaysBritish Airways has loaded sale fares in its World Traveller (Economy) and World Traveller Plus (Premium Economy) cabins for travel to destinations worldwide on selected dates through to early 2018. Periods of availability vary by destination, reflecting seasonal demand variations. Fares must be booked by 23:59 GMT on 11th July 2017. An official ‘Sale’ page will undoubtedly be published later to the airline’s website at ba.com, but for now the BA Low Fare Finder is the best way to check the new fares and availability.

Overall, Economy fares are 3% higher than in the last sale, and Premium Economy fares are on average exactly the same. Sydney at £699 return in Economy remains very attractive in the market, but the £640 returns in Premium Economy to both New York and Boston recorded in the last sale have been followed-up by £765 and £746 fares respectively. Meanwhile, some Middle Eastern, Indian Ocean and African routes in Premium have been favoured this time, it seems, with Mauritius showing from £994 this time, compared to £1419 in the last sale. In fact, this particular route also offers £150 change flexibility at the sale fare.

All sale fares qualify for Avios and Tier Point credit in the British Airways Executive Club frequent flyer programme, as well as OnBusiness points for small and medium sized enterprises enrolled in that programme.

For a full list of longhaul destinations and lowest fares, including the corresponding fare in the last full sale (December 2016), click ‘READ MORE’ or scroll down.

Until the ba.com Sale page is live, the fastest way to check availability and to book may still be to visit the Low Fares Finder at ba.com.

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