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British Airways has launched a five-day flash sale on routes from Gatwick airport, with flights starting from £24 each way.

The sale runs until November 5, and covers over 200,000 seats across nearly 20 destinations.

All of the routes included in the sale are available for £30 or less each way, with fares starting from £24 on services to Nice and Verona.

Seats are available for travel on selected dates until March 29, 2020, and include routes to Venice, Amsterdam, Geneva, Turin, Cologne (pictured), Faro, Dubrovnik, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Jersey.

Discounted holiday packages are also available, including return flights to Amsterdam and two nights at the three-star Ibis Amsterdam City West from £99.

Full terms and conditions for the flash sale can be found here.

Commenting on the news Adam Carson, British Airways’ managing director of London Gatwick, said:

“These fares are an absolute steal for customers looking to escape for the winter. For those who want to soak up a European city, take a skiing trip to the Alps, or even stay closer to home in Scotland or Jersey, there is something for everyone. These great deals at London Gatwick won’t be around for long so book quickly.”

At the same time BA is also running a double Avios promotion, offering Executive Club members bonus Avios on up to ten flights.

The offer is valid for all members globally, and applies across all cabins and routes – members must pre-register for the offer here by December 13, and complete flights by June 30, 2020.

T&C's
Fares are open to Eligible Participants. An Eligible Participant is a person aged 18 years or over and resident in the UK. BA reserves the right to verify the eligibility of Eligible Participants. By taking part in this promotion, Eligible Participants confirm that they accept the terms and conditions set out belowAdvertised sale prices are discounted from the lowest price available in the 5 days before 01 November 2019. Prices are correct as of 31 October 2019. The advertised sale comparison is between the sale price and the previous lowest lead in price of same route. Flight prices are updated every 24-48 hours and are accurate when published and may vary upon reaching subsequent pages.Flights to all destinations must be booked between 00:01 01 November 2019 and 23:59 GMT 05 November 2019.In total on London Gatwick flights, there is a minimum of 200,000 seats available at £30 or less. Fares are each-way based on a return economy (Euro Traveller) ‘Hand Baggage Only’ fare from London Gatwick to the stated destinations. Prices are subject to change at any time. Prices include all pre-payable taxes, fees, charges and security and fuel surcharges in relation to flights, correct as at 31 October 2019, but may vary.All fares are non-refundable but changeable for a fee plus any difference in fare. Ticketing must be completed the day reservations are made.Fares are available on British Airways operated services between the following destinations; London Gatwick and Edinburgh, Glasgow, Jersey, Porto, Faro, Amsterdam (Schiphol), Nice (Cote d’Azur), Seville, Alicante, Cologne, Geneva, Verona, Venice (Marco Polo), Turin, Rome (Fiumicino), Bilbao and Dubrovnik.The travel periods for which this offer is available vary between each destination. 200,000 seats are on offer in total based on varying departure dates between 01/11/19 and 29/03/20. This excludes 16/12/19 – 29/12/19.Fares are subject to availability and capacity control. Availability may be limited over bank holidays and peak periods.. BA does not accept any responsibility in the event that an individual is unable to book a flight at the price quoted. The number of seats available on each flight at a particular fare are restricted and it is possible that seats allocated to a particular fare on a particular flight may be fully booked even though seats are still available for sale at a different fare or booking class in the same cabin.Travel must be booked, ticketed, started and finished in the UK.All bookings including any applicable refund and change fees will be covered by the fare rules and conditions of the original farePayment must be made at the time of booking. If booking directly with BA via telephone on 0844 493 0787 or online at ba.com, payment by cheque will not be accepted. Please note that some credit card issuers will not permit payment for air travel from the UK to be paid for on credit cards that they have issued if the billing address is outside the UK. BA does not accept responsibility for the refusal of any card issuer to allow use of its cards for payment. Prices are based on debit card payment; additional credit card charges apply.Bookings made over the telephone will carry a non-refundable £10 booking fee per person per ticket.This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, promotion, or deal, including but not limited to: (i) redemption bookings; (ii) travel agent or industry discount fares (including but not limited to agency, industry and employee discounts), inclusive holidays, group discount fares, children/infant fares, or senior citizen fares, whether or not booked in the qualifying classes; (iii) bookings made with vouchers (eg shareholder’s discount vouchers); or (iv) upgrades.All travel on BA flights is subject to BA's general conditions of carriage for passengers and baggage (see ba.com) and the notice and conditions of contract contained on each ticket and itinerary.Promotional materials form part of these terms and conditions. These terms and conditions shall prevail if there is any conflict between these and the promotional materials.BA reserves the right to cancel or amend without notice the terms of this promotion and any tickets or vouchers issued free or at promotional prices in the event of major catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, strike, earthquake or any actual anticipated or alleged breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of BA.British Airways is not liable for the reproduction of this offer or indirect access via third party websites of these terms and where such reproduction misstates or omits any of the information or terms and conditions connected with this promotion.This promotion, and any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with it, is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.Promoter is British Airways Plc (“BA”), Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GB. Registered No. 1777777 England.
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This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot
All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit inside the same metal tube for a few hours and then get off.

Pay whatever you want if you think it makes that short experience somehow significantly better. BA works just fine for me, they don't crash and I don't have to sit next to quite as many drunken hen parties relative to other budget airlines. Acceptable.
peter1969uk02/11/2019 13:45

Well BA is British airways, which fly's in and out of many British …Well BA is British airways, which fly's in and out of many British airports. So they should have a feature which allows you to change your airport.


Its a flash sale for Gatwick get over it.
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Whys it always London
London Airways
BA is now a budget airline in terms of quality/service

I wouldn't fly with them again, not until there is a change in management
Gatwicks a pain in the arse if you live north of the M25. I remember coming back from the Maldives driving to Coventry via Banbury to drop my mate off 😴
This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot
Gatwick has road works and its a nightmare all the time, why is it taking so long !!
waterloo02/11/2019 13:41

This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get …This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot


Well BA is British airways, which fly's in and out of many British airports. So they should have a feature which allows you to change your airport.
peter1969uk02/11/2019 13:45

Well BA is British airways, which fly's in and out of many British …Well BA is British airways, which fly's in and out of many British airports. So they should have a feature which allows you to change your airport.


Its a flash sale for Gatwick get over it.
Gollywood02/11/2019 13:12

BA is now a budget airline in terms of quality/serviceI wouldn't fly with …BA is now a budget airline in terms of quality/serviceI wouldn't fly with them again, not until there is a change in management


Correct, they are an embarrassment.
waterloo02/11/2019 13:41

This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get …This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot


Couldn't care about the London bit.

But BA are shocking to travel with....
Gollywood02/11/2019 13:50

Couldn't care about the London bit.But BA are shocking to travel with....


I'm just saying every time a BA deal comes up we get its a budget airline now etc etc and yes with these prices i would like to think so, i have never had a problem with BA and only fly with BA if i can the whole experience is so much better, well for me anyway.
Edited by: "waterloo" 2nd Nov
I'll be honest, I don't think I've posted on a BA deal before. Only because I want to avoid them at all costs after our last family holiday. And we didn't pay low ticket prices...
And nobody can call Gatwick London, southeast yes but London its not.
All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit inside the same metal tube for a few hours and then get off.

Pay whatever you want if you think it makes that short experience somehow significantly better. BA works just fine for me, they don't crash and I don't have to sit next to quite as many drunken hen parties relative to other budget airlines. Acceptable.
vulcanproject02/11/2019 14:04

All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit …All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit inside the same metal tube for a few hours and then get off.Pay whatever you want if you think it makes that short experience somehow significantly better. BA works just fine for me, they don't crash and I don't have to sit next to quite as many drunken hen parties relative to other budget airlines. Acceptable.


One of the reasons i use them the customers, no drunks and the planes on some routes are smaller as well i will always use BA first when i can.
Edited by: "waterloo" 2nd Nov
waterloo02/11/2019 13:41

This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get …This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot


That's why I said why is it always London for a joke
Wont use BA due to there Southern bias. Who wants 16hr flights options with connecting flights or travelling on today's motorway network.
aspiemike02/11/2019 14:19

That's why I said why is it always London for a joke


A smiley at the end always helps
Gollywood02/11/2019 13:12

BA is now a budget airline in terms of quality/serviceI wouldn't fly with …BA is now a budget airline in terms of quality/serviceI wouldn't fly with them again, not until there is a change in management



agreed I flew with them last week to north america - they cancelled the return flight with no explaination other than "operational reasons" then left my bags at heathrow rather than getting them on a connecting flight. Four days to get through to a call centre because of a constant "sorry we are busy please try again later" message

Shocking service and less legroom on an A350 than Ryanair have so unless im desperate I wont be using BA again
Another strike action is round the corner I guess? Surely how can they miss the Christmas travel blackmail opportunity?
jase.202/11/2019 15:28

agreed I flew with them last week to north america - they cancelled the …agreed I flew with them last week to north america - they cancelled the return flight with no explaination other than "operational reasons" then left my bags at heathrow rather than getting them on a connecting flight. Four days to get through to a call centre because of a constant "sorry we are busy please try again later" message Shocking service and less legroom on an A350 than Ryanair have so unless im desperate I wont be using BA again


My family prefer the mideast airlines. The service is 2nd to none. They love the food and in-flight experience. They have no issues with the stop overs etc

BA left behind. A shame because you want your national carrier to be an elite organisation with service/quality to match.

If they want to compete with Ryanair, there will only be 1 winner
Edited by: "Gollywood" 2nd Nov
Gollywood02/11/2019 15:34

My family prefer the mideast airlines. The service is 2nd to none. They …My family prefer the mideast airlines. The service is 2nd to none. They love the food and in-flight experience. They have no issues with the stop overs etcBA left behind. A shame because you want your national carrier to be an elite organisation with service/quality to match.If they want to compete with Ryanair, there will only be 1 winner



Thats exactly what I said to them when I finally got to speak to someone - our national carrier with every call centre in cape town or new delhi - I wonder if South African Airways have UK call centres, I very much doubt it. The manner of the call centres was shocking while I was trying to find a route back to the UK after the cancellation - total disregard for EU261 and their own cancellation rules around rerouting

Still I had a lovely shoe leather casserole on the flight lol

BA so lives on its past glories and reputation - meanwhile Walsh has a cheek to have a dig at Ryanair quite often lol
waterloo02/11/2019 13:57

And nobody can call Gatwick London, southeast yes but London its not.


Its all relative. Its more London than London Stansted, London Luton, London Southend ....
kalamata02/11/2019 15:44

Its all relative. Its more London than London Stansted, London Luton, …Its all relative. Its more London than London Stansted, London Luton, London Southend ....


Makes no difference to me it's not london and i was replying to that.
British London
Gollywood02/11/2019 15:34

My family prefer the mideast airlines. The service is 2nd to none. They …My family prefer the mideast airlines. The service is 2nd to none. They love the food and in-flight experience. They have no issues with the stop overs etcBA left behind. A shame because you want your national carrier to be an elite organisation with service/quality to match.If they want to compete with Ryanair, there will only be 1 winner


If you want an elite organisation with service / quality to match, then you will be paying an elite price (certainly not £24 each way).

There are always plenty of BA knockers around, but they can't be tha bad given how sucessful they are.
Anyone got a list of all the destinations?
waterloo02/11/2019 13:41

This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get …This site is so predictable before i read any comments i knew we would get why only london and BA are now a budget airline, you lot


Always
jase.202/11/2019 15:28

agreed I flew with them last week to north america - they cancelled the …agreed I flew with them last week to north america - they cancelled the return flight with no explaination other than "operational reasons" then left my bags at heathrow rather than getting them on a connecting flight. Four days to get through to a call centre because of a constant "sorry we are busy please try again later" message Shocking service and less legroom on an A350 than Ryanair have so unless im desperate I wont be using BA again


What was your arrival delay between original cancelled flight and the other flight? .....thinking compensation whilst still in EU.
Went to Toronto from Gatwick worst airlines old flight never again
London airways. Not BRITISH airways
Remember, they'll be on strike and may leave you stranded... Oh well...
wilburscoville919102/11/2019 18:23

What was your arrival delay between original cancelled flight and the …What was your arrival delay between original cancelled flight and the other flight? .....thinking compensation whilst still in EU.



yeah ive already claimed it as the idiots rerouted me on the same flight the next day even though they could have used another airline to get me back inc sister airlines american or aer lingus - im sure they were just being difficult
to think Heathrow is BA's hub, i'm surprised by how much they push Gatwick and ignore the rest of the UK.

You'd have thought they'd be trying for the Thomas Cook Manchester slots for more coverage.

After all, Virgin have brought Flybe to connect the rest of the UK into their hubs...
foxyuk02/11/2019 19:46

London airways. Not BRITISH airways


If anything it's Spanish Airways...
vulcanproject02/11/2019 14:04

All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit …All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit inside the same metal tube for a few hours and then get off.Pay whatever you want if you think it makes that short experience somehow significantly better. BA works just fine for me, they don't crash and I don't have to sit next to quite as many drunken hen parties relative to other budget airlines. Acceptable.



"they don't crash" - Seriously


Where do you want to start?
On 17 January 2008, British Airways Flight 38, flying in from Beijing Capital, China, crashed just short of the runway of its destination airport, London Heathrow, United Kingdom. There were no fatalities. Of the 152 people on board, 47 sustained injuries,

(From Wikipedia)

British Airways Flight 476, a Hawker Siddeley Trident en route from London to Istanbul, collided mid-air near Zagreb, Yugoslavia (modern-day Croatia), with Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 550, a Douglas DC-9 en route from Split, Yugoslavia, to Cologne, West Germany. The collision was the result of a procedural error on the part of Zagreb air traffic controllers.

All 176 people aboard both flights were killed,[2][3] making it, at the time, the world's deadliest mid-air collision.[4] It was, and remains, the only fatal accident to befall an aircraft operated by British Airways[5] (not counting BA's predecessors), as well as the deadliest aviation accident in Croatia and Yugoslavia.[6]

By contrast (From Wikipedia)

Ryanair has taken the title of the safest airline having never suffered a fatality onboard. Having launched in 1985, and having since carried 1.1 billion passengers, nobody has died while flying with the Irish airline.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 2nd Nov
vulcanproject02/11/2019 14:04

All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit …All airports suck, all airlines with standard seats are mediocre, you sit inside the same metal tube for a few hours and then get off.Pay whatever you want if you think it makes that short experience somehow significantly better. BA works just fine for me, they don't crash and I don't have to sit next to quite as many drunken hen parties relative to other budget airlines. Acceptable.


Couldnt agree more.
joyf453602/11/2019 22:32

"they don't crash" - SeriouslyWhere do you want to start? On 17 January …"they don't crash" - SeriouslyWhere do you want to start? On 17 January 2008, British Airways Flight 38, flying in from Beijing Capital, China, crashed just short of the runway of its destination airport, London Heathrow, United Kingdom. There were no fatalities. Of the 152 people on board, 47 sustained injuries,


I know. I even know that it was a Rolls Royce engine to blame, the heat exchanger in the fuel system was redesigned. I didn't even look that up, I swear!

11 whole years ago a BA plane crashed fairly tamely (at least for an air accident) because someone else's engine had a design flaw. Nobody died. Go back about 40 years for the one and only BA fatal accident.

I think you're safe bro.
vulcanproject02/11/2019 22:38

I know. I even know that it was a Rolls Royce engine to blame, the heat …I know. I even know that it was a Rolls Royce engine to blame, the heat exchanger in the fuel system was redesigned. I didn't even look that up, I swear!11 whole years ago a BA plane crashed fairly tamely (at least for an air accident) because someone else's engine had a design flaw. Nobody died. Go back about 40 years for the one and only BA fatal accident.I think you're safe bro.


I fly a lot and don't worry about it but just correcting false information.
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