British Airways Seat Sale Offers 25% Off

November 28, 2019 | 6 Comments

British Airways announced a seat sale with 25% off flights between Bermuda and London for travel between January 8, 2020 and September 30, 2020.

A spokesperson said, “British Airways has announced a Black Friday seat sale with 25% off flights between Bermuda and London in both World Traveller and World Traveller Plus cabins for travel between January 8, 2020 and September 30, 2020.

“Bookings can be made from November 28, 2019 until midnight December 2, 2019. Travel must be completed by September 30, 2020, This discounted fare includes all airline related taxes, fees and carrier charges and requires a minimum stay including a first Sunday after departure.

“These flights are non-refundable. Availability is strictly limited for this promotional fare. Other significant restrictions may apply. This offer is valid for new bookings only made during this period.

“Tickets can be purchased through local travel agents, or by visiting the website or by phoning the toll-free number 1- 800- AIRWAYS.

“As part of its £6.5 billion investment in this centenary year, British Airways has refreshed its Boeing 777 fleet at Gatwick with new World Traveller and World Traveller Plus seats.

“These seats have new Panasonic inflight entertainment 10” screens in World Traveller and 12” screens in World Traveller Plus, offering four times more choice including movies, television and audio programmes. Over a five year period the airline will also be investing in new aircraft, new cabins, new catering, new lounges and new routes.

“The latest new route to be announced from Gatwick is the popular Antalya, Turkey. New routes added this year from Heathrow include Osaka, Islamabad, Valencia and, recently announced, Dammam in Saudi Arabia.“

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  1. sandgrownan says:

    The Bermuda-London BA flight needs to terminate at LHR, not LGW.

    LGW has terrible flight connections, around the UK, Europe and beyond, surly BA staff in the lounge and a terminal that’s like an Atlantic City boardwalk on July 4th.

    Or BA need to GTF out and let someone else run the route.

  2. Darren Grey says:

    Overpriced fares and old planes.

    BA need competition on this route!

  3. imjustsaying says:

    WoW! Not much notice.

  4. Ba sucks regardless says:

    Laffable sale at best… flying us in those dirty nasty old planes…. price the tickets… they are still a grand…. why isnt there n e competition. More importantly why the heck do we fly into Gatwick…

  5. Jack says:

    My wife had to return home to the UK for a family funeral 2 weeks ago and the price quoted for a BA economy return ticket was $3,600. So she flew american airlines via philadelphia instead for $1,200. Disgraceful profiteering by the airline who has a monopoly on flights to europe.

  6. Kathy Cervino says:

    Guaranteed profits (business and personal) to BA need to STOP! BA has had this exclusive route for over 50 years now and there is no reason why Bermuda does not have at least weekly flights to continental Europe (Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Zurich, Milan). Just go to Aruba or St. Martin and sit on the beach and watch these international flights coming in daily almost hourly! Do we REALLY not believe in a tourism market from Europe?

    Get cracking Dept of Tourism and start marketing to Europe and put pressure on getting international flights to and from mainland Europe. Strip the monopoly from BA…this is so LONG OVERDUE!!!

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