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1 million seats to Europe from only £39.00 one-way! Cheaper than EasyJet! @ British Airways

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Hi all, This seems like a great deal that BA is offering. Flights to and from top European countries for prices as low (or even lower than) Easyjet. You have to book before 25th June 2014, however,…
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Hi all,

This seems like a great deal that BA is offering. Flights to and from top European countries for prices as low (or even lower than) Easyjet. You have to book before 25th June 2014, however, the prices are great for a BA flight. And there are some flights that are for June at this price, which is good for lastminute travellers.

The countries include:

- Nice: £69 Return
- Malaga: £78 Return
- Alicante: £78 Return
- Naples: £78 Return
- Barcelona: £79 Return
- Dublin: £67 Return
- Oslo: £78 Return
- Gothenburg: £78 Return
- Helsinki: £78 Return
- Luxembourg: £78 Return
- Turin: £77 Return
- Bergen: £78 Return
- Stavanger: £78 Return
- Geneva: £78 Return
- Basel: £78 Return
- Warsaw: £78 Return
- Verona: £78 Return
- Rome: £78 Return
- Venice: £78 Return
- Amsterdam: £83 Return
- Ibiza: £90 Return
- Zurich: £97 Return
- Dusseldorf: £97 Return
- Granada: £98 Return
- Rotterdam: £98 Return

There are also flight with inclusive of hotels on the site which are fairly well priced.

T&C's:

Prices are available each way based on return flights in Euro Traveller and are hand baggage only fares. Fares from London Gatwick may also be available as one-way fares.
Depart from London Gatwick to Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Geneva, Malaga, Naples, Nice, Rome, Turin, Venice, Verona
Depart from London Heathrow to Basel, Bergen, Dublin, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Oslo, Stavanger and Warsaw
For travel between 01/10/2014 – 30/04/2015 excluding 25/10/2014 – 02/11/2014, 20/12/2014 – 05/01/2015, 14/02/2015 – 22/02/2015 and 28/03/2015 – 19/04/2015.
1 million seats represents the total number of economy seats available on these routes between 1 October 2014 and 30 April 2015.
Prices include taxes, fees and charges, correct as of 09/06/14 but are subject to change at any time.
Book by midnight 25 June 2014.
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34 Likes
Should be called London airways
19 Likes
It's far nicer to travel with BA than budget airlines. No fear of hidden extra costs, check-in at the airport, and enjoy a free snack and glass of wine onboard.
19 Likes
Northerndave
Ahhhh, South-East Airways having a Sale. Can we force them to remove 'British' from their aircraft ?

Can we remove 'The North' from Britain?
14 Likes
nandunanu
excluding taxes.. cold

"Prices include taxes, fees and charges, correct as of 09/06/14 but are subject to change at any time."...hot.
12 Likes
Good to see they are excluding the school holidays as usual.

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01/10/2014 – 30/04/2015 excluding 25/10/2014 – 02/11/2014, 20/12/2014 – 05/01/2015, 14/02/2015 – 22/02/2015 and 28/03/2015 – 19/04/2015.
#2
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#4
excluding taxes.. cold
19 Likes #5
It's far nicer to travel with BA than budget airlines. No fear of hidden extra costs, check-in at the airport, and enjoy a free snack and glass of wine onboard.
12 Likes #6
Good to see they are excluding the school holidays as usual.
14 Likes #7
nandunanu
excluding taxes.. cold

"Prices include taxes, fees and charges, correct as of 09/06/14 but are subject to change at any time."...hot.
2 Likes #8
Also £3.03 Top Cashback on short haul flights..
#9
Good for last minute travellers! Thought earliest date was 01/102014?
#10
aturner
Good for last minute travellers! Thought earliest date was 01/102014?


I was checking last night for 3 Adults to Amsterdam and we booked one for June for £88 return. Worked all good for us.
3 Likes #11
nandunanu
excluding taxes.. cold

•Prices include taxes, fees and charges, correct as of 09/06/14 but are subject to change at any time.
34 Likes #12
Should be called London airways
4 Likes #13
delvey1987
Should be called London airways


Gatwick is not in London.
5 Likes #14
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Alright, south-east England airways ;-)
2 Likes #15
Ahhhh, South-East Airways having a Sale. Can we force them to remove 'British' from their aircraft ?
1 Like #16
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport
#17
Annoying doesn't cover luggage to Venice at least :(
#18
dwjvaughan
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Alright, south-east England airways ;-)

My thoughts exactly and crap flights, if I want them from Glasgow it takes NINE hours to Malaga, probably paying an extra 100 quid to sit in London for the other passengers that got a good deal !!
Heat added though good deal for some

Edited By: Jaaron on Jun 18, 2014 13:45
#19
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport

It is Called London Gatwick
1 Like #20
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport

It is Called London Gatwick



Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London
#22
Good deal heat
#23
They never include Aberdeen in any of these deals... Not voting either way as I don't know the usual prices from other airports.
#25
jrawlins28
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport

It is Called London Gatwick



Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London

And even Kidlington airport is called London Oxford Airport
#26
jrawlins28
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport

It is Called London Gatwick


Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London

It should be called Brighton Gatwick, as it's closest city.
3 Likes #27
You are brilliant just saved £700 on seats I needed - really chuffed thank you
#28
Owt for August bank hol week
#29
Bargain prices available - hot from me!
#30
YET AGAIN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS DOUBLE THE PRICE AT LEAST.
#31
Any for London Ringway in Manchester?
#32
MarkShopper
It's far nicer to travel with BA than budget airlines. No fear of hidden extra costs, check-in at the airport, and enjoy a free snack and glass of wine onboard.
I've flown with many airlines and yes you get a free snack / drink on short haul flights on B.A. but timekeeping is their
let down. never taken off or landed on time with them. Easyjet has been the best for timekeeping inc arriving ahead
of schedule on a few occasions. Hot deal and I do like B.A. all the same.
#33
Bargaingirl
You are brilliant just saved £700 on seats I needed - really chuffed thank you
this is what this site is all about. nice saving.
#34
dallo
YET AGAIN SCHOOL HOLIDAYS DOUBLE THE PRICE AT LEAST.
Sadly this is how airlines make their money. Often out of holiday season is just breaking even or making a loss. If they didn't up their prices for the holidays, either they'd have to up prices everywhere or go out of business
#35
annewilko
jrawlins28
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways
Gatwick is not in London.
Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist boardhttp://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport
It is Called London Gatwick
Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London
It should be called Brighton Gatwick, as it's closest city.

Actually London is closer ;)
#36
Rufus1
Good to see they are excluding the school holidays as usual.

Like every other airline.
1 Like #37
cornishscouse
MarkShopper
It's far nicer to travel with BA than budget airlines. No fear of hidden extra costs, check-in at the airport, and enjoy a free snack and glass of wine onboard.
I've flown with many airlines and yes you get a free snack / drink on short haul flights on B.A. but timekeeping is their
let down. never taken off or landed on time with them. Easyjet has been the best for timekeeping inc arriving ahead
of schedule on a few occasions. Hot deal and I do like B.A. all the same.


Never had time issues with BA or easyJet. Easy jet are regularly becoming more expensive than BA on certain flight routes so definitely worth checking the BA website.
#38
Dalkirst
annewilko
jrawlins28
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways
Gatwick is not in London.
Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist boardhttp://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport
It is Called London Gatwick
Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London
It should be called Brighton Gatwick, as it's closest city.

Actually London is closer ;)


And Brighton is a town.
#39
jrawlins28
adrian2000
Northerndave
Zukkyzb
delvey1987
Should be called London airways

Gatwick is not in London.

Ahem, tell that to the official London tourist board

http://www.visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport

It is Called London Gatwick


Then again Southend airport is called London Southend and that definitely isn't in London
I don't think there's any argument to be fair. Gatwick's in Crawley..
#40
I wondered how true the statement of 1 million seats is. Assuming 150 seats per plane, that's 6666 plane loads. That's about 20 plane loads per day for a whole year! Unbelivable!

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