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Old November 30th, 2010, 09:11 PM   #361
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Old December 15th, 2010, 09:18 PM   #363
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BA brings mobile boarding passes to Asia

Streamlined check-in procedures are among the initiatives that British Airways’ (BA) is planning to roll out in the Asia-Pacific in 2011. Others are joint-service agreements and increased frequencies to key Chinese cities.

BA will streamline check-in procedures, launching mobile boarding passes in Hong Kong by the first quarter of next year – the first city in Asia-Pacific to adopt the paperless check-in trend. Once introduced, passengers can check in via the BA application on their smartphones and download a barcode that should take them directly to security check. Luggage can be left at a separate drop-off.

The service is available on BA’s domestic and European routes (see story here) and is now branching out to include its international network.

BA is now waiting for the Hong Kong Airport Authority to wind up installing the equipment. “The timing (of the launch) will depend on when the upgrade of the special scanners at the departure halls and gates is completed,” said Kevin McQuillan, BA regional general manager.

Users will need to be Executive Club members, as the application will also enable them to manage their bookings and check flight schedules. It will be available on all smartphones.

Following the carrier’s merger with Iberia and a joint-service model with American Airlines, BA is finalising a similar partnership with Japan Airlines (JAL). “We are on the verge of a joint service with JAL for flights between Japan and Europe,” said McQuillan. The deal, which was first proposed by BA chief executive officer Willie Walsh in November, is similar to the partnerships that BA has with Qantas and now, AA.

In addition to deepening relations with JAL, the carrier is looking to cement its position in Mainland China by increasing frequencies to Shanghai and Beijing and introducing the larger Boeing B747 aircraft on the London-Shanghai route. “Because it is hard to get time slots in China, we would rather increase capacity to the two major hubs. Putting the B747 on the London-Shanghai route is something to look at,” said McQuillan.

In November, the carrier permanently set flights to Shanghai to six times a week and intends to add more between China and London. Currently, BA flies to Beijing on a seasonal basis – six times a week in winter and seven times a week in summer. “We are hoping to permanently increase frequencies to both hubs to seven flights a week or more.”

On the product front, BA’s new fleet of B747 aircraft with the latest version of the first class cabin will debut in Hong Kong early next year, said McQuillan.
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Old February 27th, 2011, 03:25 AM   #364
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British Airways has launched its new service to Tokyo’s “close-in” airport, Haneda. The inaugural flight took place on February 19 and Business Traveller was on board.

The new service follows the reopening of the airport to long-haul traffic in October. Originally the city’s international airport, it became a primarily domestic facility when the far-out Narita opened in 1978.

BA is the first European airline to provide a direct link to Haneda (Air France codeshares on JAL’s daily service into Paris Charles de Gaulle). It is operating five-times-weekly flights (departing London Heathrow daily except for Tuesdays and Wednesdays) using a four-class B777.

As previously reported by Business Traveller (see In Focus), stringent slot constraints set by the Japanese authorities, coupled with curfew restrictions at Heathrow, have made for early arrival and departure times. Flights leave Heathrow at 0805 and arrive at Haneda at 0455 the following day, departing from Haneda at 0625 and landing back into London at 1000 the same day. From March 27, flights will depart and arrive into Heathrow about an hour earlier.

Richard Tams, BA’s head of UK and Ireland sales, told Business Traveller: “The timings are clearly down to slot constraints. I don’t think they’re far off being right – intuitively, to delay the service by an hour out there and an hour back would probably be about right. We’ll certainly be pushing to get the best timings we can, because we’re investing a lot in the service. The priority was to get the service up and running.”

As to whether the airline might increase flight frequency in future, Tams said: “It’s a build-up of the service. We’ve tried to hone in on the peak days. If demand and slots allow, we’ll take it up to daily as soon as possible.”

BA’s existing daily service to Narita remains unchanged. Tams said: “I think we can sustain the two routes quite nicely. In 2008 we reduced our Narita services to one a day, but we’ve now seen the traffic build up so it was opportune to look at our Tokyo capacity again. It seemed right to serve both airports – it allows us to start adding capacity back in but offer our passengers the choice.”

Haneda should prove popular with business travellers as it is only about 20km from the city centre, compared with about 70km for Narita. Tams said: “The difference between Haneda and Narita for getting into town is considerable. For business travellers, for whom every hour is vital, the ability to come in early in the morning and get into the financial area in half an hour is very important.”

It also offers good domestic connections – BA’s Oneworld partner, JAL, operates 185 departures a day to 33 points in Japan. Tams said: We have an ally in JAL – they’ve been very helpful in getting us into Haneda and supporting us. Their flight connections have helped to make the service commercially viable. Feeding into JAL’s big domestic hub is very important to us.”

He added that he saw Haneda “turning into more of a Oneworld hub than before”. Fellow alliance member American Airlines inaugurated its own daily service to New York on the same day as BA, while JAL serves a total of ten international destinations from the airport, and Cathay Pacific flies there from Hong Kong.

The airline says return fares will start from £625 in economy, £1,273 in premium economy, £3,045 in business and £5,761 in first. It would not be charging more for Haneda, Tams said. “The fares for both airports will be standard, in the same way that we common-rate New York JFK and Newark on the tariff. They will be interchangeable – people will be able to ‘open-jaw’ between flying into one and flying out of the other. We believe people will use both services because of timing and travel plans.”

He added: “With all our flights, we can control the fare levels by the way we manage them. If Haneda becomes very popular then, clearly, the availability of some of the cheaper fares will be restricted. But we expect the two to perform pretty similarly.”

Tams said forward bookings were “very encouraging”. “Because the service is going to rely a lot on business travel, the booking lead-in time is much slimmer so you can’t always get a very close view from a long way out, but so far so good. The upturn in business travel again, and the service linking two big financial centres, means we remain very optimistic.”
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The outbound flight doesn't seem so bad as business travellers can start the day in Tokyo, but the return flight is quite horrible.
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when is BA going to receive it's new aircrafts, such as the 787 or the A380?
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Old April 18th, 2011, 01:04 PM   #367
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Old April 21st, 2011, 01:31 AM   #368
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ISLAMABAD: UK is considering resumption of British Airways flights to Pakistan to help reinvigorate friendly ties between the two countries.
The assurance was given by British Prime Minister David Cameron during a telephone call to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Friday.
Cameron told Prime Minister Gilani that his government was pro-actively pursuing Pakistan’s case with European Union for greater market access. He also said that his government is considering resumption of British Airways flights to Pakistan.
He stated that he would be writing to Prime Minister Gilani, on implementation of decisions taken during his visit to strengthen strategic relations.
Both leaders also discussed PM Gilani’s forthcoming visit to Kabul on April 16, as well as the situation in Afghanistan.
British Airways halted all flights to Pakistan following the bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad in 2008.


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Old June 13th, 2011, 02:30 AM   #369
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British Airways Introduces First Class on Flights to Las Vegas

British Airways has introduced First class on its daily flights to Las Vegas from London Heathrow as the airline increases its capacity by 18 percent.

The non-stop daily flights to Las Vegas from London Heathrow Terminal 5 launched in October 2009 will be served by a four class Boeing 747, enabling customers to choose from World Traveller (economy), World Traveller Plus (premium economy), Club World (business class) and award-winning First. By moving to a Boeing 747, British Airways sends an additional 124 seats on every roundtrip, including 14 seats in First.

Customers can book luxury holidays in Las Vegas for less by booking their flights, hotels and experiences together. Home to spas, luxury hotels and many excellent attractions, Las Vegas is the perfect place to enjoy luxury holidays.

There is a good choice of luxury hotels in Las Vegas which cater to all kinds tastes. The five star Bellagio treats guests to sweeping views of the magnificent lake and classical gardens while 5* The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino recreates the glory of Venice and has suites nearly twice the size as a typical Las Vegas hotel room. The five star Aria Resort and Casino, located in the heart of CityCenter, combines architecture with sustainable design and five star The Wynn Resort Las Vegas provides food options for every taste.

Las Vegas is a hotspot of activity out in the Nevada desert. Customers looking for things to do in Las Vegas will not be disappointed by amazing helicopter rides over the Las Vegas Strip or over the Grand Canyon, nightly live performances, designer shopping and casinos on offer.

British Airways' new First cabin allows customers to start their holiday in comfort and creates an exclusive experience based on classic design and understated luxury. Each individual suite has its own personal wardrobe, a leather-bound writing desk that converts into a dining table, a new 15" in-flight entertainment screen and a buddy seat to enable customers to dine together. The lighting and electronic blinds can be modified to reflect mood and time of day.

Simon Talling-Smith, executive vice president, Americas, said: "We are so proud of the success of our Las Vegas route that we launched just over one year ago. The demand has been great so we're delighted to be able to increase capacity on this route. Additional seats mean more travellers get to see the best of London, the UK and the rest of the world. And for our high roller flyers, we are thrilled to now offer our award winning First class on this route. Our new First offers a 60% wider seat, personal electronic blinds and balanced privacy that creates an intimate private jet experience. I know our customers will love this cabin."
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British Airways has launched a new daily flight to San Diego - its latest Californian holiday hotspot. As the only airline flying directly from Europe, the new route offers greater access to local markets for business, as well as a popular leisure destination.

Richard Tams, British Airways’ head of UK and Ireland sales, said: “San Diego is very hip right now - it’s often rated as the best place in America to live and it’s easy to see why. It offers beautiful beaches, a bustling nightlife and a chilled out scene that make it very appealing all year round.”

The new route will provide a welcome opportunity for European holidaymakers who are looking for holidays to San Diego with its surfing and golf through to shopping and sightseeing as there are activities for everyone.

San Diego is famed for its 112 kilometres of sunny shores, abundant outdoor recreational activities and average daily weather of 22 degrees Celsius. There are many opportunities for travellers to go sightseeing in San Diego with animal encounters at San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld or museums and attractions at Balboa Park and a family holiday wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Legoland.

The new route comes as a result of the recent joint business agreement with American Airlines and Iberia, enabling the airline to add more frequencies to its network. Flights to San Diego will depart daily from London Heathrow Terminal 5 on a three-class Boeing 777 offering Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller.
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As of this month the Algarve has a direct connection to London city centre with British Airway’s latest Faro-London City route, which was inaugurated on 7 June.

The route will be a year-round operation, carried out by British Airway’s subsidiary company BA Cityflyer. With the launch of this latest route the UK national flag-carrier is reaffirming its investment in the Algarve as well as in new passenger markets by serving those living in London’s city centre and who are largely business, golf, health, well-being and culture tourists.

Luke Hayhoe, General Commercial Manager for BA CityFlyer, said: There has been a huge demand for travel to sun and beach destinations from London City Airport, which spurred us to increase the number of available summer destinations to which we fly. However, there has also been a rise in demand for year-round holiday destinations, so we chose Faro because of its climate and range of leisure activities on offer.”

The London City–Faro connection is British Airways’ second Faro route, representing around 12,000 seats. Collectively, the company’s London Gatwick and London City routes represent an estimated 143,000 seats, in 2011.

London City–Faro flights will operate three times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, carried out by a 98-seat Embraer 190 aircraft.
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British Airways codeshares with Air Berlin

British Airways and airberlin will start codesharing on around 40 flights from early July. BA customers can buy direct airberlin flights to Nuremburg, Munster and Paderborn through ba.com.

In addition, customers can use ba.com to book connecting flights on selcted routes from airberlin’s network, including main German gateways and other destinations such as Palermo and Brindisi.

Airberlin will join oneworld in April 2012. Its entry is sponsored by BA.

Keith Williams, British Airways’ CEO, noted that “both airlines are committed to a full service offering and excellent value for money”. His counterpart at airberlin, Joachim Hunold, said “our passengers will now have available to them two further airports, in addition to Gatwick and Stansted.”
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British Airways and airberlin are cementing their relationship by entering into a codeshare arrangement on more than 40 flights across Europe.

This agreement means that British Airways’ customers can now buy direct flights on airberlin to the cities of Nuremburg, Munster and Paderborn through the BA wesbite. In addition customers can access airberlin’s wider European network which includes connections from the main German gateways to destinations such as Palermo and Brindisi.

The new agreement will come into effect on July 5th, 2011 and will benefit both business and leisure travellers by offering a “one-stop-shop” to several new destinations, and enhancing connectivity within Europe for both British Airways and airberlin customers.

Keith Williams, British Airways’ chief executive, said: “The new airberlin services are the perfect complement to our existing European routes. Both airlines are committed to a full service offering and excellent value for money and this codeshare provides our customers with a preview of what is to come when airberlin officially joins oneworld next year.”

This codeshare between the airlines precedes airberlin’s entry into oneworld in April 2012 which is being sponsored by British Airways.

Joachim Hunold, chief executive of airberlin, said: “British Airways is our sponsoring airline within oneworld. That makes this new agreement a milestone for us as we look forward to the coming year, during which airberlin will be joining the alliance. Thanks to these codeshare flights with British Airways, our passengers will now have available to them two further airports, in addition to Gatwick and Stansted, from which they can continue their journey towards other destinations in the UK.”
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Long-haul business traffic boosting British Airways and Iberia parent company International Airlines Group's performance.

Group premium traffic was up by more than a quarter in June over the same month last year while economy customer numbers grew by a more modest 6.7%.

While this needs to be assessed in the context of strikes by BA cabin crew and network restructuring at the Spanish carrier, IAG said: “We believe underlying revenue trends are in line with previous months, with demand continuing to show firm underlying growth particularly in the long-haul premium segment.”

Combined domestic traffic in both the UK and Spain was the major cloud in the June figures, showing a drop of more than 15% year on year.

The overall number of passengers carried in the month was up by 3.8% to 4.525 million with routes to North America, Asia/Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean showing the strongest growth.
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By Dan Warne Filed under: inflight, qantas, inflight entertainment, British Airways




Newlyweds Prince William and Duchess Catherine were slightly miffed, to say the least, when the inflight entertainment on their 10 hour British Airways flight didn't work.

They -- among with other passengers who paid around £5,000 ($7,500) for their first class tickets -- were given £200 ($300) by BA in compensation for the inconvenience of staring at a blank screen for the duration of the flight.

"The whole of first class including the Duke and Duchess seemed a bit peeved but they were placated by BA's offer", Britain's The Mirror newspaper reported.
That set us thinking: what is an acceptable amount in compensation for inflight entertainment failure?

Australian Business Traveller staff have been on several international flights where the inflight entertainment failed, and received $100 vouchers from Qantas on each occasion -- for use against the booking of a future trip.
Is it enough? We'd like to know what you think is an acceptable compensation for the loss of inflight entertainment during a long flight.

If it has happened to you, how much did you get in compensation from the airline?
And do any airlines in particular have less/more reliable inflight entertainment systems?
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IAG’s Walsh Wants to Merge TAP With British Airways, Iberia, Times Says
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Willie Walsh, chief executive officer of International Consolidated Airlines Group SA, wants to merge Portuguese state-owned airline TAP SGPS SA with British Airways and Iberia, the London-based Times reported.

Walsh spoke yesterday about the possibility of including TAP within the airline holding company, the newspaper said.

IAG is interested in TAP “because it has a very strong network into Brazil,” the Times quoted Walsh as saying. “They are the No. 1 player between Europe and Brazil.”

Walsh has said he has a list of about 12 carriers he would like to include within IAG, according to the Times.
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American Airlines Hopes for a B.A. Merger

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Thomas W. Horton, president of the AMR Corporation, told The Times of London that he hoped to see a merger of his company with the International Airlines Group, which owns British Airways and Iberia.

There is just one issue right now: United States law prohibits foreign entities from owning more than 25 percent of an American airline. But Mr. Horton said he hoped that would change in his lifetime.

American Airlines and British Airways already have an alliance in which the two share revenue and coordinate flight schedules. Mr. Horton said that a formal merger of the two was an inevitable next step:

“This alliance agreement with B.A. and I.A.G. is effectively a synthetic merger. Over time — I think in my working lifetime — foreign ownership rules in the U.S. will become more flexible. This alliance could form the basis of a cross-border merger between our airlines.”

The International Airlines Group is the far bigger company, with a market value of $7 billion compared with AMR’s $1.36 billion.
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I've got a question. I have Iberia Plus card can I also earn points by using the Biritish Airways?
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