BA (British Airway) big Sale is now on - flights & package offers to many destinations - HotUKDeals
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Some of their offers :

Flights only:

* London Heathrow to Copenhagen from £54 one way
* London Heathrow to Rome from £69 one way
* London Heathrow to Athens from £65 one way
* London Heathrow to New York from £339 return
* London Gatwick to Antigua from £475 return
* London Heathrow to Beijing from £542 return
* London Heathrow to Dubai from £356 return

Holiday packages:

* Jersey - Flight + 2 nights in a 3* from £149pp (including breakfast)
* Rome - Flight + 2 nights in a 3* hotel from £189pp(including breakfast)
* Sharm el Sheikh - Flight + 7 nights in a 3* hotel from £379pp (including breakfast)
* New York - Flight + 3 nights in a 3.5* hotel from £479pp (room only)
* Barbados - Flight + 7 nights in a 3* hotel from £499pp (room only)
* Maldives - Flight + 7 nights in a 4* from £999pp (all inclusive)
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Nothing special with any of their prices :( Voted cold.

Its seems a normal price to any of the destinations if you shop around but Antigua is ok.
Well I have voted hot. We are travelling to USA in June next year and been looking a lot at flights recently and this now shows just over £300 cheaper now for the three of us.............but, I am very wary about booking with BA due to the amount of industrial action they have.
if you are going to the USA in the next 2 years, then you may want to read this.

Hello xxxxx
From 9th September, travellers to the USA will be required to pay $14 (£9) to use the compulsory Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA).

An ESTA application, mandatory from January 2010, can take up to 72 hours to be approved. It is currently free, lasts for two years and is an alternative to applying for a full visa, which is more complex.

The UK is part of the USA's Visa Waiver Program which requires travellers to complete an ESTA application. The security authorisation lasts for two years, so do it now - leave it for a month and you'll have to pay for it.

The EU Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmström, criticised the fee, saying it would "complicate travel". "It is strange that this fee is to be used to promote US tourism. You would've thought keeping it cheaper to get in would help more - after all, it's free for most Americans to come here" she said.
Most of the long haul flights are still around £95 more than they were last year :(
There are some good prices for BA flights if you must use them. However even in the sale they are dearer than many of their competitiors.

eg LHR-BKK in March next year is currently £1056 for Premium Economy. This is about £500 cheaper than the last time I checked. However I would personally rather save £200 and fly EVA for £850.
VA is matching some of the prices from BA Sale so if you prefer to fly with them check their website ;) + you get 2% Quidco for a flight departing from the UK.

Edited By: markinldn on Aug 29, 2010 17:54: more info
Thanks for this great deal! It was featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!
Booked my honeymoon through these on Saturday. Got 10 days & nights in Barbados for just under £1500 including flights for both of us. The accomodation we have selected has 90% good reviews on Trip Advisor! :)
Voting hot! X) I can't wait!!

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