British Airways Seat Sale: $907 Inc. Taxes/Fees

June 24, 2014

This month British Airways celebrates the 77th anniversary of flights between Bermuda and London.

Imperial Airways, which later became British Airways, first flew the flying boat ,”Cavalier”, in 1937. Through the years they have operated a variety of aircraft, and now British Airways operates a Boeing 777 aircraft with a daily service to London and Bermuda.

To mark this anniversary British Airways is announcing a special seat sale to London, as well as to select European countries.

British Airways Bermuda airport manager, Marianne Wilcox said, ” We wanted to do something special for Bermuda residents to mark such an anniversary and decided the best way was to offer Bermudians a special fare to travel to London and Europe!”

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The booking period will be from June 23 until July 8, 2014. The World Traveller economy fares begin at $907 including all taxes and charges for travel from October 23-December 14 and December 25, 2014-March 23, 2015.

Customers looking to travel over the summer period, now through to August 21, 2014, can find fares beginning at $1207 including all taxes and charges. Mid season fares begin from $1007 including taxes and charges for those wishing to travel from August 22 to October 22 and December 15-December 24.

There will also be a range of first class special fares for the same periods. Anniversary offers are also available to over 30 European destinations including Paris, Rome, Athens and Madrid.

These special offers are for travel originating in Bermuda and are non-changeable and non-refundable in World Traveller. In First, fares are changeable for a fee but are non-refundable.

Fares require a Saturday night stay. There is a 14 day advance purchase requirement and a weekend surcharge of $60. All fares are subject to availability.

For more information please phone the toll free number 1 800 AIRWAYS or visit or call local travel agents.

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  1. Truth be Told #hashtag says:

    I wish I had $907 to spare :( Times are HARD!

  2. Thank you so very much British airways,very nice.

  3. pauline henderson says:

    Can you please tell me why there are no more shuttles to Manchester and other big cities, when you fly Bermuda-Gatwick. It is so inconvenient to get to Heathrow, especially with luggage and children. Would it be feasible to once again depart from Heathrow to Bermuda, like you used to, especally for people who need connecting flights. I always flew BA, but now find it easier to go via the USA on other airlines to get to Manchester.UK. Such a shame as BA have better planes.

  4. swing voter says:

    nasty bastids! jus becuz yur tha only game in town…..I will fly Virgin via NYC!!!!!

    • campervan says:

      have fun standing in the immigration q in NYC.

      • swing voter says:

        who cares, If AA can get me to NYC for $300 and Virgin can get me to UK for $400, I got $300 in my pocket to spend on Pubbing and Etihad Stadium Admission fee…..

  5. Ruthless says:

    One thing! You know exactly when people will be taking their children to University in England.. If you really wanted to help Bermudians stop charging these ridiculous taxes and fees!

    • somuchless says:

      It’s not ba who stipulates the taxes, that’s the gov. Talk to ba about their fees.

  6. Uptop says:

    BA have a general sale on currently and this is NOT limited to flights originating in BDA.

  7. nuffin but the truth says:

    Broke Airlines announced that they had to take on new staff at a much lower rate and still had to rip off people.

  8. Kiskadee says:

    It’s still no great deal and unreliable service with planes not coming in or leaving at 1:30 am
    We need some competition .