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British Airways Unveils Attractive Year-round Fares for China

Time:2015-01-23
British Airways today unveiled its 2015 year-round fares, offering travellers from China great value for money and a long travel window in its First class, Club World business class, World Traveller Plus premium economy class and World Traveller economy class cabins.

Starting from just RMB 2,980, these special fares are available for booking until December 31, 2015, allowing customers to plan in advance for all major travel holidays in China, such as the Spring Festival and National Day Golden Week holiday.

Return fares from Chengdu to the UK or Europe starting from:
World Traveller economy class                     RMB 2,980
World Traveller Plus premium economy class              RMB 9,670
Club World business class                       RMB 24,800

Return fares from Shanghai to the UK or Europe starting from:
World Traveller economy class                       RMB 3,500
World Traveller Plus premium economy class                RMB 9,640
Club World business class                         RMB 22,000
First class                                RMB 67,800

Return fares from Beijing to the UK or Europe starting from:
World Traveller economy class                       RMB 3,950
World Traveller Plus premium economy class                 RMB 9,810
Club World business class                         RMB 24,800
First class                                 RMB 67,640

“With so much to see and do, the UK and Europe have emerged as hugely popular destinations for Chinese travellers. Our attractive year-round fares enable Chinese travellers with different budget considerations to enjoy a truly memorable holiday experience, be it for sightseeing, shopping or family reunions,” said Richard Tams, British Airways executive vice president China.


Customers are encouraged to book early at ba.com or through a travel agent as seats are limited. A timetable of British Airwaysflights to London and beyond is available at ba.com, where the lowest fares are guaranteed and customers can book, pay and check-in online for their flights.

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Notes to editors
Terms and conditions for British Airways”2015 year-round fares
Offer must be booked by December 31, 2015 and is available for outbound travel from Beijing, Shanghai or Chengdu before December 31, 2015.
Fares do not include taxes and other surcharges.
Tickets must be issued in China.
Limited seats available.
UK destinations: London, Aberdeen, Benbecula, Belfast, Barra, Campbeltown, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Islay, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kirkwall, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle, Newquay, Shetland Islands, Stornoway, Tiree, Wick.
European Destinations A: Albania, Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Hungary, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ireland (Dublin)
European Destinations B: Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, Ireland (Shannon and Cork).
High season surcharge applies.
Date changes permitted at RMB 1,200, except for the outbound journey. A fare difference and change fee can be paid to make date changes on the outbound journey.
Offer cannot be combined with any other promotions or discounts.
Other terms and conditions apply.
About British Airways
British Airways’ route network currently serves more than 179 destinations in 75 countries. The airline has been flying to mainland China for over 30 years and currently offers daily flights from Beijing and Shanghai to London, and five flights a week in summer schedule as well as three flights a week in winter schedule from Chengdu to London. Now travellers can also book flights on ba.com to travel to the UK and Europe from Chongqing, Changsha, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Nanjing, Sanya, Wuhan, Guangzhou and Xiamen via Beijing, Shanghai or Chengdu on Air China, China Eastern Airlines or Hainan Airlines or via Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific or Dragonair.

British Airways is in the midst of a £5 billion investment in new aircraft, smarter cabins, elegant lounges and new technologies to make life more comfortable in the air and on the ground.

The airline operates the majority of its flights from Terminal 5, its state-of-the-art home at London Heathrow. This terminal is capable of handling 30 million customers a year and is the size of 50 football pitches. In March 2014, Terminal 5 was named by Skytrax as the Best Airport Terminal for the third year running, based on surveys of 12 million frequent travellers. It also won the Best Airport Shopping award.

In October 2014, British Airways was awarded the Best Airline, Best Short-Haul Airline and Best Frequent Flyer Programme by Business Traveller for the second year in the row.

For further information, please visit ba.com.

British Airways press office contacts

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