Introduction to British Airways
British Airways, the national airline of the United Kingdom, was established in 1924. It is, after EasyJet, the largest airline of the United Kingdom. The British Airways' home bases are London Heathrow and London Gatwick. The airline has a fleet of 290 aircrafts.
British Airways flies to 183 destinations themselves, but together with its partners they fly to over 600 destinations. Can't wait to fly with British Airways? Book your tickets now and fly to your favorite destination!
Where does British Airways fly from in London?
London Heathrow is the main flight that British Airways flies, and operates from Terminal 3 and Terminal 5. British Airways also flies from London City, London Gatwick (South Terminal) and London Stansted airports.
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Before you start your journey with British Airways, you must provide a valid ID and possibly a visa. If you need special assistance, you are able to arrange this up to 48 hours on the British Airways website. The airport can only provide the requested service when you report at the special assistance desk at least 2 hours before departure. If you want to order a special meal, you can do this until 24 hours before departure.
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At British Airways you can choose from four different travel classe. Read all about it here.
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Check-in at British Airways is quick and easy via the check-in counters at the airport, the self-service kiosks, via your computer or phone. Read more about the different check-in options.
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If you want to take checked bagage on your trip you are allowed to take 23kg if you bought a ticket with-baggage fare.
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