British Airways has mastered the art of a British roast dinner in the sky... starting from September 1, they will be appearing at 35,000 feet, alongside other delicious 'Best of British' dishes
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We have added additional flights from Portugal to the UK and increased capacity where possible, including operating a Boeing 777 aircraft on Monday.
Customers can change their flights for free though ‘Manage my Booking’ on ba.com. (2/2)
Today we join the world in marking #WorldEnvironmentDay. We're committed to decarbonising through initiatives including flying more fuel efficient aircraft, offsetting all emissions on our flights within the UK and investing in #sustainable aviation fuel & zero emissions aircraft
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British Airways chief executive Sean Doyle tells @IanKingSky the UK should open a travel corridor with the United States because of low COVID case rates, adding it would "open up a critical economic partner" for the UK.
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.@SwainITV is in the air but it's not as simple as it used to be.
Foreign leisure travel is allowed from today to certain countries but rigorous and sometimes expensive testing is still needed before you can get away.
“We would like to see more countries added to the green-list”
British Airways chief executive Sean Doyle tells #BBCBreakfast they are ’cautiously optimistic’ more countries will open up in the summer.
If you’re flying with us soon, you’ll see a number of changes to help you have a more contactless journey on your way through the airport.
Don’t worry our colleagues will still be on hand to help you Tap & Go.
As international travel reopens tomorrow in the UK, our Chairman and CEO, Sean Doyle, is calling on the government to urgently open air travel to more low-risk countries to allow people to see their loved ones after a very tough last year.
We are doing all we possibly can to ensure all aspects of your journey are as clean as can be, for when you next fly.
All the procedures we have are in place to keep you and others safe.