BA Offers Up To 25% Off World Traveller Fares

November 23, 2018

British Airways has launched a special sale today to London, offering up to 25 percent discounts on select World Traveller fares for travel in 2019.

“The discount applies to roundtrip fares in World Traveller from Bermuda to London for travel Jan. 16 – Sep. 30, 2019. The fare includes all taxes, fees and carrier charges. The discounted fare is non-refundable and requires a seven day minimum stay. The offer ends Nov. 26, 2018,” the company said.

“Customers on British Airways services enjoy benefits such as free baggage allowance, seat allocation and on its longhaul services, complimentary meals and bar service while watching on-demand movies on their personal TV screens.

All customers can pre-request one of 14 special meals free of charge, including meals for babies and children and those traveling with medical, religious or ethical dietary requirements more than 24 hours in advance. The airline also provides a “Feed Kids First” service which ensures that children are served first, allowing parents to enjoy their own meal.

“As well as the flight savings, customers can also book hotels and car hire through, creating an extra special vacation in the UK.

British Airways is investing £4.5 billion for customers, including the installation of the best quality WiFi and power in every seat, fitting 128 long-haul aircraft with new interiors and taking delivery of 72 new aircraft. The airline is also investing £600m specifically in Club World, including outstanding catering and luxurious White Company bedding – plus, from 2019, a new seat with direct aisle access.

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

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    Dear MP Desilva,

    Can we now please give Bermudians more economical and modern flights to Europe. This monopoly must end with BA. Flights are ridiculously expensive, airplanes are old as hell, food is disgusting, and the customer service is appalling to say the least.

    Give us better options please!

    • Virgin on a trip says:

      BA is terrible and has been for many years.
      High prices,rotten food,stale parfume,snot nosed attitudes.

      FLY Virgin from JFK,much cheaper and an enjoyable experience.

  2. cpm says:

    Have you done AA long haul US to Uk?
    You might have a different view

  3. Not serious says:

    Ive did Virgin Atlantic from JFK to England and must say I will never fly on British again.