How to Add a BA Promotion Code
To add a British Airways promotional code, go to the website and choose a destination in the online ordering form. Enter all the necessary details and click ‘Find Flight’. Choose from the available flights to go to the checkout screen. On the "Price" stage of the checkout you will see a link near the top which says "Got a promotion code or evoucher?" click that link. A question appear which says "Do you have a promotion code?" click the circle next the "Yes" and a box will appear where they can enter a British Airways promotion code. The amount will be deducted before making final payment. See example below.
British Airways started life as the British Government’s official national carrier in 1972 when a number of smaller airlines were merged. Since privatisation in 1981, British Airways has grown their profits and become one of the leading carriers in the world. The company was floated on the London Stock Exchange, but withdrew in 2011. They service all major destinations and use, among others, the leading Boeing 787 Aircraft in their fleets.
British Airways operates a price promise scheme. They will happily refund you the difference if you find a cheaper price with any other airline. Fill in the online claim form by midnight on the day of departure and the refund will be sent back to whatever card the customer used to pay.
For a full breakdown of the various terms and conditions surrounding the British Airways price promise, visit this page: http://www.britishairways.com/en-us/offers/flights/price-promise
Delivery Costs and Price
There are booking fees with every flight, but British Airways clearly displays all of these fees. They are included as part of the advertised price and are not added at the end of the checkout screen. The advertised price also includes complimentary food and drink, as well as free seat selection 24 hours before taking off.
Visit this page for a complete guide to the various things included in the overall price of each flight: http://www.britishairways.com/travel/fly-with-british-airways/public/en_gb
It depends on what sort of ticket customers buy. In the airline industry, there are refundable and non-refundable tickets. If someone has bought a non-refundable ticket, they cannot cancel the booking, unless the flight itself is cancelled in which case they are entitled to a refund under European Union laws. Refundable tickets can normally be refunded up to 24 hours of the flight taking off.
Here’s some information relating to some of the situations in which cancellations are accepted: http://www.britishairways.com/travel/cancellation-rebooking-options/public/en_gb
British Airways won the Best Transatlantic Airline Award in 2012 at the World Airline Awards. They have also won multiple awards at the Business Travel Awards in the same year. They have rarely gone a year without winning some sort of major award.
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