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3-4 days in Menorca, Spain with British Airways in May 2017 £109.00

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Early deal with Holiday Finder from British Airways 3 days from 109 including flight + hotel 4 days from 120 with flight+ hotel
razvannn2000 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago15 Comments
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dewonderful
What is there to do on Menorca?
There's an awesome walking/horse/bike trail that goes all round the island, about 180km if I remember correctly. Google the Cami De Cavalls. Some of the best cross country I've ever done!
razvannn2000
leeparsons
No dates on the link! Cheapest i got was £186 for one person on 1 may 17 to 4 may 17
This prices are usualy for 2 persons to share a hotel room.
Yes maybe so. But these hotels, are b&b's. I thought you paid for room, not for the occupancy in it
leeparsons
No dates on the link! Cheapest i got was £186 for one person on 1 may 17 to 4 may 17
This prices are usualy for 2 persons to share a hotel room.

StuieUK34
COLD
From the prices you see, when you click through to the end to book, I get 'price changes' at the last step, multiple locations...
But very good website in how it works :)
I still find the £109 price on 5th of May
Great deal!!
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London City Airport to Madrid for £72.25 return (hand baggage fare) @ British Airways

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Look for the £37 each way fares. Fare is actually £2 + Taxes and Fees. £5 surcharge for Credit cards / Paypal. Flight includes food and drinks but not luggage and the planes used on this route have…
kobuta Avatar4w, 5h agoFound 4 weeks, 5 hours ago25 Comments
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Don_Mega
buzzard
generally BA have less leg room than other airlines and if anything goes wrong customer service barely exists - so it's interesting that this route is supposed to be better. To my family BA is better avoid - or something else I wont put on a family website.

BA Cityflyer Embraer 170 - 30" pitch, 18" width
Norwegian 737 - 29-31" pitch, 17.2" width
EasyJet 737-800 - 29" pitch, 18" width
Ryannair 737-800 - 30" pitch, 17" width

Anyhoo, here's another few tired old acronyms to bray down the Golf Club / at a dinner party / on an internet forum...

"Lotus? Lots of Trouble, Usually Serious!!"
"Ford? Fix or Repair Daily!!"

... as for "if anything goes wrong..." BA are one of the better airlines. Sure, they've had their 'melt-down' moments (e.g. when T5 opened), but for one-off issues, they will look after you, re-book you, put you up in a hotel etc.

There's something about flying that makes people irrational, upset and angry. I came through Heathrow this morning and the number of people complaining about the electronic passport gates (approx 6 out of maybe 12 or 15 were open) was bizarre. It took 3 or 4 minutes from getting to the back of the queue to getting through the barrier, yet grumpy middle aged men were either complaining out loud to no-one, or collaring the minimum wage purple-jacket-wearing Heathrow assistant, demanding to know why the hell all the gates weren't open, using words like "UNBELIEVABLE!", "HOPELESS!", "TUT!". get a grip people!



Yes I see your point. Tutting is a terrible habit and the "grumpy middle aged men" do it all over the place (why ARE they so grumpy..!?!").

That said...

A frickingg chimp could run Heathrow better than currently. Why indeed aren't all the machines working? Why are there 5 people processing half of Asia in the mornings?

The situation is appalling and there's no one to blame (you're right about the purple jackets folk - it's not their fault). Take it or leave it. Worse though in USA and Australia.

Solution? £5 express passport fee to pay for more staff in a fast track. Good idea?

(Personally I think it sucks. Like speedy boarding or the queue-jumping surcharge at Thorpe Park; yuk)
adriandocherty
cjhilton49
Good deal.
what always worries me on BA flights is knowing just how heavy the hand luggage in the overhead lockers could be,ie 23kgs/bag,makes Thompson's 5kg really light weight limit!
I thought for a moment you were wrong but checked and BA's policy is indeed up to 23kg so long as you can lift it and get it in the overhead locker! On this route though, the lockers are pretty narrow so I would not rely on full-size hand luggage getting on board. That said, even if they check it into the hold, they can surely not then charge you for that privilege?
I often used to fly BA to Istanbul as my family worked/lived there,so I had a large soft rucksack stuffed with pork sausages/bacon etc which weighed at least 20kgs,But I now realise it was never queried due to this 23kg limit,I also paid for a extra hold bag approx £30 which now will cost me £65 if I need an extra one.
hcc27
bojangles
adriandocherty
cjhilton49
Good deal.
what always worries me on BA flights is knowing just how heavy the hand luggage in the overhead lockers could be,ie 23kgs/bag,makes Thompson's 5kg really light weight limit!
I thought for a moment you were wrong but checked and BA's policy is indeed up to 23kg so long as you can lift it and get it in the overhead locker! On this route though, the lockers are pretty narrow so I would not rely on full-size hand luggage getting on board. That said, even if they check it into the hold, they can surely not then charge you for that privilege?
+ your allowed a 2nd 'laptop' bag upto 5kg & if your into winter sports, you can check your snowboard instead of a hold luggage - EasyJet charge £60 eachway! 51kg of luggage :o)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13FV1GaA20I
i know the difference. just to lazy to stretch to use the finger needed for ' key.
most of the typing with my left hand is done by 1st 2 fingers. thumb on space & little finger for backspace.
To use the ' key, I have to use my 4th finger. So being lazy :P

Edited By: bojangles on Jul 29, 2016 18:29
kobuta
Look for the £37 each way fares. Fare is actually £2 + Taxes and Fees. £5 surcharge for Credit cards / Paypal.
Flight includes food and drinks but not luggage and the planes used on this route have good legroom and wide seats. Luggage fares are £15 each way extra.
Look at all these extra fees! Fecking Ryanair! Such a bunch of... ooh no wait.

British Airways, bow your head in shame (_;)
Don_Mega
buzzard
generally BA have less leg room than other airlines and if anything goes wrong customer service barely exists - so it's interesting that this route is supposed to be better. To my family BA is better avoid - or something else I wont put on a family website.
BA Cityflyer Embraer 170 - 30" pitch, 18" width


















Norwegian 737 - 29-31" pitch, 17.2" width
EasyJet 737-800 - 29" pitch, 18" width
Ryannair 737-800 - 30" pitch, 17" width
Anyhoo, here's another few tired old acronyms to bray down the Golf Club / at a dinner party / on an internet forum...
"Lotus? Lots of Trouble, Usually Serious!!"
"Ford? Fix or Repair Daily!!"
... as for "if anything goes wrong..." BA are one of the better airlines. Sure, they've had their 'melt-down' moments (e.g. when T5 opened), but for one-off issues, they will look after you, re-book you, put you up in a hotel etc.
There's something about flying that makes people irrational, upset and angry. I came through Heathrow this morning and the number of people complaining about the electronic passport gates (approx 6 out of maybe 12 or 15 were open) was bizarre. It took 3 or 4 minutes from getting to the back of the queue to getting through the barrier, yet grumpy middle aged men were either complaining out loud to no-one, or collaring the minimum wage purple-jacket-wearing Heathrow assistant, demanding to know why the hell all the gates weren't open, using words like "UNBELIEVABLE!", "HOPELESS!", "TUT!". get a grip people!

One question I would add is why were all the electronic gates not open? It only takes one passport bod to look after them all. That is the reason they were installed in the first place!
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British Airways City Breaks - Flights from London + 2 nights hotel from £99.00 per person to Madrid, Rome, Milan

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All through this summer, three days and two nights including travel from only £99 by British Airways. e.g. 24-26 July, Heathrow to Milan Malpensa, 2 nights in 4* (5* tripadvisor) rated Donizetti H…
Giorgio159 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago43 Comments
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Thanks OP - had a lovely stay in Berlin at the start of this week. Lovely city!
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barbiegirl
Giorgio159
barbiegirl
Sorry but had to vote cold as it's not really two days at all. It's arrive late on day 1 and leave early on day 3. Shame, disappointed.
I just got a holiday to Madrid leaving Heathrow at 10am on Wednesday and arriving back at 10pm on Friday. Hardly one day, is it?
Congratulations to you. You must be a search genius. With time on your hands. Personally I didn't want to take the time off work / mid-week so only looked at weekends.
Some of us work on weekends, and get time off during the week.
barbiegirl
Giorgio159
barbiegirl
Sorry but had to vote cold as it's not really two days at all. It's arrive late on day 1 and leave early on day 3. Shame, disappointed.
I just got a holiday to Madrid leaving Heathrow at 10am on Wednesday and arriving back at 10pm on Friday. Hardly one day, is it?
Congratulations to you. You must be a search genius. With time on your hands. Personally I didn't want to take the time off work / mid-week so only looked at weekends.

That must be very nice! Cheaper and quieter everywhere...
barbiegirl
Giorgio159
barbiegirl
Sorry but had to vote cold as it's not really two days at all. It's arrive late on day 1 and leave early on day 3. Shame, disappointed.
I just got a holiday to Madrid leaving Heathrow at 10am on Wednesday and arriving back at 10pm on Friday. Hardly one day, is it?
Congratulations to you. You must be a search genius. With time on your hands. Personally I didn't want to take the time off work / mid-week so only looked at weekends.
Some of us work on weekends, and get time off during the week.
barbiegirl
Giorgio159
barbiegirl
Sorry but had to vote cold as it's not really two days at all. It's arrive late on day 1 and leave early on day 3. Shame, disappointed.
I just got a holiday to Madrid leaving Heathrow at 10am on Wednesday and arriving back at 10pm on Friday. Hardly one day, is it?
Congratulations to you. You must be a search genius. With time on your hands. Personally I didn't want to take the time off work / mid-week so only looked at weekends.
Booked! Thanks op
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3-PARK SEAWORLD, AQUATICA AND BUSCH GARDENS TICKET 3-PARKS FOR THE PRICE OF 2 and 30% off at BA.com £61.31

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Fantastic price for a ticket that gives unlimited entry to the 3 parks over 14 days and includes free parking. Adults (10+) £61.31 Kids (3-9) £58.93 BA also have 20% off Discovery Cove tickets wh…
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Sea world is dying last 2 times i have gone down idrive the car park is empty . Just shows people do not want to go any more as people are getting more educated about this cruel establishment .
BA had already taken APD off for the 12-16yo's
Wife's not a good flyer so direct is the only option for us
We're 1st till 22nd April (miss a week of school, we did the 2 weeks at Easter this year and had a (much) cheaper option if we'd have had the 3 weeks but didn't want to "break the rules", because of that I was watching keenly on what they did that week - pretty much nothing, DVD and non school uniform games day etc.. So gave up caring for next year, I wouldn't do this if they were GCSE years etc...)

That's a great direct price then. I thought we'd booked ours for next Easter, but turns out we haven't - got it on the list for tonight's nightshift - toss up between £450 for London or £300 from Dusseldorf, and whether to play by the rules or stick 2 fingers up to it. Think we'll probably take 2 days off before and get a full fortnight away with a couple of days to sleep it off when we get back. Have fun!!
BA had already taken APD off for the 12-16yo's
Wife's not a good flyer so direct is the only option for us

We're 1st till 22nd April (miss a week of school, we did the 2 weeks at Easter this year and had a (much) cheaper option if we'd have had the 3 weeks but didn't want to "break the rules", because of that I was watching keenly on what they did that week - pretty much nothing, DVD and non school uniform games day etc.. So gave up caring for next year, I wouldn't do this if they were GCSE years etc...)
Bah! Gutted! Thanks for trying hawk299. Wish I hadn't been on nights last night - I was straight onto this the second I woke up and saw it on whatsapp, but obvoiusly not straight-enough onto it!
Also just found out this morning that flights we have booked for another trip to Orlando in December have been cancelled (wasn't wanting the theme park tickets until going with the kids in April) so I'm not having a very good Floridian morning.
Oh no, how come the flights are cancelled? (I have no idea what I'd do if ours were, replacing Easter flights would cost us 000's)
If it's any help you can get a 3 park Seaworld/Aq/Busch 3 day ticket for $109 (~£74ea) or unlimited with parking for $139 https://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-orlando/Book-Online/Tickets/AllTicketsTourists
(we're there for 3 weeks and mostly goto Disney, we were only getting these to visit each a couple of times)
Cheers! It was a spur of the moment decision to go for these because they were so cheap - we've got the flights booked for next easter but not the accommodation yet, and not yet decided what to do park-wise! Definitely not Disney next time - did 3 weeks at Disney last year, plus going for a fortnight this July, but since they're not doing dining plan next easter we'll skip it.
Long story over the cancellation, but basically the minor airline we had a connecting flight with have just pulled out of the airport we were flying from. I only know this because I work there - nothing official announced yet, but thankfully we hadn't booked accommodation for that one either, only the flights and a single airport hotel night. That was Orlando without kids for my 40th, so we'll find something else cheap and easy as it's off-peak time.
Have you already booked your easter flights? There are some absolute bargains around at the moment!
Yeah, got flights direct into Miami with BA from Heathrow £450pp plus an SUV for £500 (2+ 14yo & 12yo £2222 total) for 3 weeks - was fantastically happy with this.
It's only a 3.5 hour drive upto Orlando, we've done it before, it's pretty easy
Booked a Villa separately and Disney 3 week ticket from orlandoattractiontickets

Ha! That's not bad, what dates have you got there? We've been looking at the Virgin flights for £400-450ish depending on the dates via ATL or DTW, but that's on school hol dates for us (8-21st Apr), or considering taking the kids out a day early and bagging the £312 flights from Dusseldorf-Miami. We're doing the Miami drive in July - managed to get the flights with BA for £350 this summer with a bit of faffing around with the departure airports.

I'm struggling a bit with our 12yo on a lot of flight sites - they all seem to be charging the adult price for him, even though APD is no longer applicable. I rung traveltrolley and flysharp to ask them about it and they didn't have a clue what I was talking about, did you have to pay it for your two?
Randomly we're actually going out next Easter for mine and my Wife's 40th (hers whilst we're there)
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BA Business class flights Birmingham to Madrid return. May June July Aug Sept Oct £72.00

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Plenty available, they seem to be once a week , absolute bargain for BA business class flights to Spain.
dazco Avatar3m, 3d agoFound 3 months, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Just got some Iberia express flights to Madrid next Easter for £62 return standard class, so i expect a business class upgrade might be around 70ish each way with Iberia?
Also all flights are actually operated by IBERIA and not BA.

Not a bad thing. Better looking air hostesses. (_;)
Shame would have been a good spot. If you do the search using Economy, there are flights at £36 e/w which is still a good fare. Heat from me.
Also all flights are actually operated by IBERIA and not BA.

Edited By: ramraideruk on May 22, 2016 09:22
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Return flights to New York from £220.00 @ British airways

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BA flight sale, various offers available but this is New York offer is unbeatable
si_katie Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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hope some new york deals come for late july
my quote came to £479 and leaving and returning at different airports
This is the each way price, its £439.95 return.
Looks like a mistake
andrewrobinson1970
All flights must be advertised with charges included. Where are BA advertising £220 return?

http://www.britishairways.com/travel/low-price-finder/public/en_gb?eId=113021&oneway=false&cabin=M&destination=JFK&origin=LCY&numNights=7®ion=NOA&clickpage=offers--gb--en--sale--flights-on-sale&kmtag=c&ban=||DT|3x1|CTA1||GBP|220220||||||L2|NYC|LONNYC|||||

But when you click into it it oaks out around £479.00 return.

So false advertising by BA.
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Mini 4 Star Hilton Garden Inn Malpensa (Milan) break including flights & 23KG luggage from £133.50pp (Based on 2 Adults) @ British Airways £267.00

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Nice little Break, very good reviews on hotel, various dates from June, starting from approx £134pp click link, scroll down to £134 price point and you'll see the hotel name and click through St…
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unless you are going for the football (none in June) Milano is pretty boring. plus that's a rubbish location. it's meant for people coming to trade shows.
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xenole
Also, the example above has two different airports so you arrive into Linate but then have to find your way to Malpensa where your hotel is.

There's a few dates with different flights, if members don't fancy getting a bus you can get 15% off Transfers using code SUN15 at Hoppa Here

Will see if i can find any bigger discount codes for them
Also, the example above has two different airports so you arrive into Linate but then have to find your way to Malpensa where your hotel is.
The complimentary service runs between the hotel and the airport. You then need another bus from the airport into Milan.
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For info, Malpensa bus/coach service to/from Milan central station takes about 45 mins (frequent service).

Thanks! Does state complimentary free service on blurb also :)
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Bargain British Airways holidays to Ibiza - Just £43.00pp, inc flights & Accomodation

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Bargain British Airways break to Ibiza, Just £43 per person. Includes return BA flights from Gatwick to Ibiza and three nights accommodation. Other choice of hotels available for a few extra £'s. Th…
Stake Out Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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kamenitzabrit
Would you really want the hassle of going through check-in etc etc, worrying about your fellow passengers e.g. are they going to be noisy and awkward (going to Ibiza, surely not) and so on......... for only a 3 night break ?
I'd need at least a couple of nights to recover from some flights, like the one I had with Thomson, sitting next to a stag party effing and blinding when there were children around them - pond life indeed, and cabin crew still serving alcohol to drunks.
:):DX) Ha ha ha ha! That`s Thomson "pond life" for you! Funny post! :p
kamenitzabrit
Would you really want the hassle of going through check-in etc etc, worrying about your fellow passengers e.g. are they going to be noisy and awkward (going to Ibiza, surely not) and so on......... for only a 3 night break ?
I'd need at least a couple of nights to recover from some flights, like the one I had with Thomson, sitting next to a stag party effing and blinding when there were children around them - pond life indeed, and cabin crew still serving alcohol to drunks.

Its Ibiza? What do you expect a party of nuns en-route?. On the other hand..
Would you really want the hassle of going through check-in etc etc, worrying about your fellow passengers e.g. are they going to be noisy and awkward (going to Ibiza, surely not) and so on......... for only a 3 night break ?
I'd need at least a couple of nights to recover from some flights, like the one I had with Thomson, sitting next to a stag party effing and blinding when there were children around them - pond life indeed, and cabin crew still serving alcohol to drunks.
when 2 children are added, price goes to over 500pp
price is no longer available for chosen days
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Mallorca palma - 152/pp for flights with 3 night stay - half board Easter School Holidays - BA Holidays £456.00

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Cheap holiday to Mallorca - Palma in school holiday over weekend from London. Total of £456 for family of three, which is 152/pp for flights with 3 night stay - half board ( Breakfast + Dinner). You m…
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Great prices, especially for flights in Easter hols. Downside is Majorca isn't great weather in March/April. Temp averages 12-14c, for example it is only 11c right now....Brrr! oO
Good deal :)
I cant find option for Mallorca :(
Cheers booked 1st to 6th April. Bargin
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20% off new BA routes (£100 minimum spend).

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This discount is valid on stated new shorthaul and longhaul flights until February 29th. These are the routes: Menorca, Kalamata, Palermo, Biarritz, Inverness, Billund, Chania, Bergerac, Porto, Ange…
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Long HauI international air travel is slowly becoming monopolised by the Arab State carriers. When they can pay pretty much zero for fuel it makes it extremely difficult for anyone else to compete. They've already taken over majority market share of the Eastern and Australian routes, transatlantic next.

Edited By: Jft9675 on Feb 26, 2016 22:38
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Retrotech
Taz1529
Retrotech
I'd pay 40 times that if it was on Concorde!, unfortunately that will never fly again.
There is some movement with regards to flying one again
ahh right, which bird are they thinking about returning to the sky?
A French one - BA won't let them have one of theirs!

Yeah. They have one with working ancillaries in France. I doubt it'd be able to fly here though. South Africa have English Electric Lightnings' but our aviation authority wouldn't allow them here
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I'd pay 40 times that if it was on Concorde!, unfortunately that will never fly again.
There is some movement with regards to flying one again
ahh right, which bird are they thinking about returning to the sky?
A French one - BA won't let them have one of theirs!
Concorde should probably be part of a showpony (flying) heritage fleet not a workhorse these days. Parts make the latter impossible and the former very difficult. The world would be very lucky just to see one fly now and again.

I like to fly BA as costly as they usually are, feels like a class act after spending so long on flying cattle trucks from the likes of Ryanair etc
If I was some rich guy / celeb, I'd commission my own private Concorde - that would be class
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British Airways business class from Dublin to several US cities only €1,050.00 return

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Ba code share with AA so most cheap business class flights with them. incredible price for july/ august.
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Would be useful to list what cities are covered
other than buzzard I'm confused as to why people are voting cold. This isn't a duplicate deal from what I can see and are great prices.
should vote hot on this really but can't bring myself to do it. BA treats its economy passengers and disabled passengers very badly e.g. http://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/jan/27/ba-and-london-city-airport-irreparably-damaged-25000-wheelchair. A business that treats is passengers like dirt tends to have demoralised and overworked staff that make mistakes. How many people know that a fire on a BA plane (think it was this one http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-34193767) was caused by a maintenance guy working long hours on ridiculous shift patterns? I wonder if the latest problem will have a similar cause? http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ba-pilot-hailed-a-hero-after-landing-plane-that-had-lost-two-sets-of-wheels-a6844606.html
NOT CONCORDE
Exit at London possible with multi-stop but I'd just get a return flight with budget airline for mileage runs and points.
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Glasgow / Edinburgh To Miami £368.00 With British Airways Various Dates (Aug - November 2016)

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First ever deal so please be gentle! Seems to be better with scottish airports rather than ones down south but can replicate the prices for the following dates: 30/08/2016 - 13/09/2016 21/09/20…
cgtech Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Tunner
Be advised, if you do not turn up for the first flight, the connection to Miami will likely be automatically cancelled. In effect what this means is that the combined airfare inc the internal flight might be cheaper than the fare just from Heathrow, but if you (in this case) fail to turn up at Edinburgh, the Heathrow-Miami sector will auto cancel and you will not be allowed to check in at Heathrow, or so I have been told.


​this is true but I put this deal up for Scottish Airports as I being from Glasgow we rarely get good deals up here. so mostly aimed for those already or willing to drive to Glasgow / Edinburgh
Be advised, if you do not turn up for the first flight, the connection to Miami will likely be automatically cancelled. In effect what this means is that the combined airfare inc the internal flight might be cheaper than the fare just from Heathrow, but if you (in this case) fail to turn up at Edinburgh, the Heathrow-Miami sector will auto cancel and you will not be allowed to check in at Heathrow, or so I have been told.
Here is an example of October / November for same route http://i.imgur.com/il67c1d.pnghttp://i.imgur.com/s6N8uxz.png
Here is an example of the Glasgow to Miami deal I took. there a few flight options at each side for the same price. I will show an October / November example shorty but this is 21st September to 6th October 2016.

http://i.imgur.com/2HOzZ88.pnghttp://i.imgur.com/BhdGvce.pnghttp://i.imgur.com/duHdlrv.png


Edited By: cgtech on Jan 27, 2016 13:35: More Typo
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Extra £100 off British Airways (Hotel/Car + Flight) Sale Prices

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Flight + hotel and flight + car bookings of total cost of £2500 per booking can save £100 per booking. Flight + hotel and flight + car bookings of total cost of £1250 per booking can save £50 per b…
robertsammons Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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BA are really sneeky, even though your get £50.00 off they have put their prices up by £150.00 in some cases so net loss of £100.00.

Not what I'm seeing on flights I was looking at but can imagine some have been.
BA are really sneeky, even though your get £50.00 off they have put their prices up by £150.00 in some cases so net loss of £100.00.
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British Airways sale - London to USA return from £345.00

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BA are doing one of their regular sales, and this includes decent fares to the USA. Plenty of dates available at £362 return from London to New York. Also return to Atlanta for only £345. Dates across…
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Do you have to buy a hoover?
Any good deals with business class?
They had a good deal with £700 return to Miami from Dublin earlier on this month?
archer1204
My only experience with virgin last year was a glitch flight to NY from oslo for £170 return.The virgin flight was from heathrow to NY and back Very professional and polite staff, very good food and the bonus was had a whole row to myself for the whole journey.
On that experience would definitely fly with them again.
As for BA never flown long haul but will report back after my flight to HKG next month.
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iamprobably
give ba a miss... virgin are so much better for only a few £££'s more
Given the option I would prefer Virgin, but in reality their network is tiny.

So true. I currently always fly annually to the Far East on Virgin. Their lounges are great as are their new planes. But the fact that children can't collect miles and that they hardly fly anywhere else means I'll probably have to switch to BA. Which I don't look forward to at all.
My only experience with virgin last year was a glitch flight to NY from oslo for £170 return.The virgin flight was from heathrow to NY and back Very professional and polite staff, very good food and the bonus was had a whole row to myself for the whole journey.
On that experience would definitely fly with them again.
As for BA never flown long haul but will report back after my flight to HKG next month.
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Cheap BA Business Class - Dublin (Ireland) to Miami (USA) - August school hols £820.00

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Search flights Dublin, Ireland (DUB) - Miami, USA (MIA) for example 14/8 - 2/9/16 brings up some very cheap options including DUB-LHR-MIA on the A380 for about £420 each way - Wife has lost her mind a…
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Amazing deal! Just checked days in August from Heathrow to Miami business class is £1960 return. From Dublin it's £778. Return flight to Dublin is about £100. Total saving of £1082!

Just a shame I'm not going away next year. :( I will bare this in mind in future though.
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keeps crashing when i choose dates and hit continue - tried 2 browsers
still works for me with Chrome

working today thanks
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keeps crashing when i choose dates and hit continue - tried 2 browsers
still works for me with Chrome
Mermoo
Great price. I initially read this as Dubai though, so maybe others did the same. Maybe put Ireland in brackets on your title?


Ridiculous.
keeps crashing when i choose dates and hit continue - tried 2 browsers
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Last minute city breaks with British airways £150.00

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Just found London - Barcelona 3 nights, 23-26 or 24-27 December, twin sharing at a decent hotel, breakfast inclusive and 23 kg checked bag for £150 per person! That's a good deal considering if yo…
kingston1 Avatar8m, 6d agoFound 8 months, 6 days ago23 Comments
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Got Venice 23kg suitcase, flights, 4 star hotel+transfer £132 each after topcashback for a thursday-saturday :)
Hot! Just came back from Barcelona £400 3 nights 4* hotel
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thanks op! managed to get flight+hotel+23kg luggage from friday-sunday to barcelona for 97.50 with £15 tcb! I also bagged airport parking at gatwick for £17! Now i just need to find a transfer for barcelona airport to the hotel..cheapest ive found so far is 63 quid for return price transfer..any1 know any good transfer sites??
How did you get Gatwick parking for 17 quid?

well groupon has £4 off meet and greet with ipark..which would make meet and greet £21-22ish..but when i looked at the reviews of those companies it left me a bit concerned...i then just looked around...found mse had a code for airport parking..clicked through them and it gives 30% of with parking4less..so booked it with them for £17..then went through topcashback with the MSE discount code i stole..so made it 16ish really..
Due to availability, the advertised price of £27.00{1} is no longer available on these dates. The best available price for these dates is now £1,173.50{1}.
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thanks op! managed to get flight+hotel+23kg luggage from friday-sunday to barcelona for 97.50 with £15 tcb! I also bagged airport parking at gatwick for £17! Now i just need to find a transfer for barcelona airport to the hotel..cheapest ive found so far is 63 quid for return price transfer..any1 know any good transfer sites??
How did you get Gatwick parking for 17 quid?
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Last minute deals from British Airways - 2 nights hotel+British Airways return to Venice from £111.00 on 22/12.

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2 nights hotel+British Airways return to Venice from £111 on 22/12.
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BA site is screwed, I cannot book. Ahhhh!
pps watch out for "departing from Gatwick returning to Heathrow" and vice versa. Good luck.
ps Thx OP. Heat added as the Venice £111 trip was there - great find.
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BA's website is going crazy. Just quoted me -23 for a flight. Shame it won't let me book
Which route/dates out of interest.
Barcelona. Me too. They show as £89, or £4 or -£23, you then select and it then says actually £1600!. Now getting mssg "Unfortunately our systems are not responding, so we are unable to process your request at the moment. We apologise for this inconvenience and suggest you try again later." sums up a previous experience with a BA in-flight TV.
Voted Hot.... Just got to talk social services into taking my children for a few days :)
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Winter Break: Malta 7 Nights 4* Hotel + BA Club Europe (Business Class) Flights (LGW-MLA) - £210.50pp (£421.00)

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BA currently have a massive sale on Club Europe (Business Class) winter holiday breaks. I know this isn't for everyone, but if you want to try the Club Europe offering it's a lot cheaper than it would…
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Unhappybunny, check out ITA Matrix and find an ex-EU in Club to get yourself up to Silver. I'm about to book Club to BKK starting from AMS for £1200. Bargain!

Silver would be good for me as I have a couple of UK Domestic flights booked in the spring whereby I would be entitled to lounge access if I was Silver.. but I don't think I could justify it just for this. Also don't really have the time to go jetting off via Amsterdam, though AIUI it can prove a VERY cheap way of getting tier points and avois up, for little price !
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I flew Club back from Berlin on the 0700 and the purser happily kept me topped up with a fresh champagne 1/4 bottle. Think I got through 3 of them! Made for a long day when I got to the office!

Nice one, good to know ;) No need for office worries for me when we arrive haha..
I flew Club back from Berlin on the 0700 and the purser happily kept me topped up with a fresh champagne 1/4 bottle. Think I got through 3 of them! Made for a long day when I got to the office!

Unhappybunny, check out ITA Matrix and find an ex-EU in Club to get yourself up to Silver. I'm about to book Club to BKK starting from AMS for £1200. Bargain!
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To The OP: Do you definitely get 160 TP? As I only need 150 for Bronze which I really need to get by late Jan/Feb. I can't see where it tells me how many TP I will earn.
PS this is for Malta 4 nights from the 14th?
Here: http://www.britishairways.com/travel/flight-calculator/public/en_gb

I would note that if you are doing it on impulse to get the TPs, I definitely wouldn't consider Bronze tier worth it. The benefits are rarely upheld (bar the online seat booking benefits), and it is often only Silver and Gold that get to use the check in queues and priority boarding.

Basically I have a flight booked in Feb for four of us in Business.. We want to sit together (2 and 2 on either side)... And being bronze I get to choose the seats 7 days before to ensure we get this selection rather than waiting the 24 hours before to get the crap.. So bronze will be certainly be worth it for me for this.
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PS does anyone know how early BA serve the Champagne on Business class flights ;);)
They always have champagne on board for Club Europe, but you'll have to ask for it :3

Yeah I know.. But never flown so early so don't want them to think I am a p*** head !! Lol

It's really handy that we booked the Hilton at Gatwick for the night before, so we can check in the luggage the evening before then go straight to the lounge in the morning.
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Direct BA flights to Peru only £408.00 return

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Genuine find when looking for flights to Peru - not via holiday pirates so apologies if repost . Great availability up to 5 June 2016 when price changes to £650-700!
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I am peruvian, here are some facts:
- Around 56,000 British nationals visit Peru every year. Most visits are trouble free.
- There is NO Terrorism threat
So the only things u should worry about:
- There’s risk of robbery by bogus taxi drivers, especially to and from the airports and at bus terminals. So better arrange transport in advance from your hotel.
- Driving standards are poor. Crashes resulting in death and injury occur frequently. So better watch right and left 10 times before u cross a street.
And you better:
Keep an eye at your personal belongings at all times.

Anyway, there are risks anywhere in this crazy world, aren't them?

Enjoy the adventure!


And don't put any perfume on. Dead serious.
I am peruvian, here are some facts:
- Around 56,000 British nationals visit Peru every year. Most visits are trouble free.
- There is NO Terrorism threat
So the only things u should worry about:
- There’s risk of robbery by bogus taxi drivers, especially to and from the airports and at bus terminals. So better arrange transport in advance from your hotel.
- Driving standards are poor. Crashes resulting in death and injury occur frequently. So better watch right and left 10 times before u cross a street.
And you better:
Keep an eye at your personal belongings at all times.

Anyway, there are risks anywhere in this crazy world, aren't them?

Enjoy the adventure!
Love Lapa! Spent my birthday there this year, happy memories. I have friends in Brazil though which I guess helped. I didn't feel unsafe in Argentina, I just found the people not as friendly as in Brazil. Your trip sounds amazing, I'm hoping to have to head off somewhere with work exciting next year. For now Vegas, Peru and Columbia is all.
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We felt unsafe in certain parts of Montevideo and Buenos Aires, also Rio (Santa Teresa/LAPA). In comparison in Peru we wandered streets in the early hours of the morning in Cuzco and felt completely safe (although less safe in Lima). That said were are back in Argentina shortly and will be doing Antarctica, Chile amd Patagonia so it will be good to see how it compares.

I can imagine Antarctica being pretty safe...

Main thing with South America is to not keep phones/cameras out in public areas/transport like you would be comfortable doing in Europe/USA. Then the usual don't walk alone at night/don't get into unknown taxis etc. I've heard bad things about using overnight buses too but it seems pretty rare.

Peru does seem to be one of the safer South American countries though. I'm going to spend two weeks there next year then head to Bolivia and Chile. Unfortunately that means flying back from Santiago so got to pay more for flights.

Edited By: Sephiroth on Dec 04, 2015 10:28
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Wow Rachel I felt totally safe in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Maybe I was lucky?
Thanks for your help by the way on that flight from lax, managed to get Virgin upper both ways to Vegas for £700 and points! Good thing is I fly into Vegas and out of lax, which cuts out getting back to Vegas :)

We felt unsafe in certain parts of Montevideo and Buenos Aires, also Rio (Santa Teresa/LAPA). In comparison in Peru we wandered streets in the early hours of the morning in Cuzco and felt completely safe (although less safe in Lima). That said were are back in Argentina shortly and will be doing Antarctica, Chile amd Patagonia so it will be good to see how it compares.
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Cheap BA business class (Dec-Jan), e.g. New York £1,398.66 Rtn with further Avios Part Pay (30,000 avios = £700) @ British Airways £1,398.66

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More destinations available - Hong Kong just over £1500 Looks like a BA flash sale for Club world flights in December and January A further discount is available up to £700 if you have 30,000 Av…
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Wow so £800 + 30k avios for return to Hong Kong? And people still voting cold? Maybe there should be a separate site just for people who like saving 10p on tinned foods.

Edited By: benjai on Nov 27, 2015 07:22
Go from Dublin much cheaper
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The normal price is £978, am I missing something?
In Club? Can you provide details?
The normal price is £978, am I missing something?

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