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British Airways, 2 kids under 12 fly free with 1 paying adult
British Airways, 2 kids under 12 fly free with 1 paying adult

British Airways, 2 kids under 12 fly free with 1 paying adult

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Kids under 12 fly free

With so much happening around the UK this summer, it is the perfect time to pack up your bags, get the kids ready and let us do the rest. With every adult ticket you buy, two kids under 12 fly for free when you travel between London and Newcastle, Leeds Bradford and Belfast and Inverness.

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All journeys MUST either begin or end at London. (The quoted text makes it appear like you can go between any of the airports listed).

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gidsterc

All journeys MUST either begin or end at London. (The quoted text makes … All journeys MUST either begin or end at London. (The quoted text makes it appear like you can go between any of the airports listed).



Thanks for clarification

Thanks OP.

Just booked me and the 2 kids from Inverness to Belfast (via London)

Not bad for £74 for all 3 of us.

Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!

Is it to any airport from London or just the ones listed above?

I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on flights the better

Flights must be booked and travel taken between 12:00 14 July 2016 and 23:59 1 November 2016 for flights between above listed airports

Jimjam1976

I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on … I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on flights the better



Thats nice off you, if only the rest of the screaming brats would follow suit

Mentos

Thats nice off you, if only the rest of the screaming brats would follow … Thats nice off you, if only the rest of the screaming brats would follow suit



I'd rather fly with a plane full of children than adults.

Let's face it.adults cause more issues than kids,as it adults that get drunk and cause flights to be diverted,its adults that turn up late for flights,causing delays for everyone else,its adults that try and smuggle bombs on board to try and kill everyone else on the flight.

Jimjam1976

I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on … I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on flights the better



Guaranteed you're the d1ck that puts his seat back before taking off, needs telling personally to put their window blind up for landing and thinks air travel was invented just for them. Besides anything else... do BA even fly to Benidorm

Jimjam1976

I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on … I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on flights the better



You seem to avoid a lot of things,like posting deals for instance.

I can assure you I am not, I hate people that but their seats back, especially on short haul flights (fully approve of airlines fitting non-reclining seats), but equally I hate some little sh*t kicking the back of my seat while the parents just let them get on with it. I didn't know anyone flew to Benidorm, does it have an airport now?

I'll give you that one, least you can have a bit if banter, unlike some of the other overly sensitive folk on here!

Jimjam1976

I can assure you I am not, I hate people that but their seats back, … I can assure you I am not, I hate people that but their seats back, especially on short haul flights (fully approve of airlines fitting non-reclining seats), but equally I hate some little sh*t kicking the back of my seat while the parents just let them get on with it. I didn't know anyone flew to Benidorm, does it have an airport now?



​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years back. it screamed for almost the entire flight. I've never wanted my plane to crash more than that flight. over ear headphones are now my best friend as well as paying for extra leg room

Jimjam1976

I can assure you I am not, I hate people that but their seats back, … I can assure you I am not, I hate people that but their seats back, especially on short haul flights (fully approve of airlines fitting non-reclining seats), but equally I hate some little sh*t kicking the back of my seat while the parents just let them get on with it. I didn't know anyone flew to Benidorm, does it have an airport now?



​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years back. it screamed for almost the entire flight. I've never wanted my plane to crash more than that flight. over ear headphones are now my best friend as well as paying for extra leg room

oldham

​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years … ​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years back. it screamed for almost the entire flight. I've never wanted my plane to crash more than that flight. over ear headphones are now my best friend as well as paying for extra leg room



IT screamed you say,was IT wearing his clown suit and holding a bunch of balloons

oldham

​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years … ​i agree with you. i took a flight from Hong Kong to Heathrow a few years back. it screamed for almost the entire flight. I've never wanted my plane to crash more than that flight. over ear headphones are now my best friend as well as paying for extra leg room



Babies can't clear their ears, they also don't understand why they are forced to stay in one place for upwards of 10 hours (as per your HK flight). It must've been awful for you, an adult so ignorant to anyone else to have had to listen to a baby in pain. Poor you. Genuinely.

Jimjam1976

I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on … I'll be avoiding BA until this offer expires. The less screaming brats on flights the better


Dear me we live in such a tolerant society don't we ? I think we all find screaming babies and tantrum children a less than pleasant situation, especially in a confined space and of course its your choice when you travel, but do your comments really add any value, do u get frustrated with the dithery OAP at the checkout too ? One thing for sure is we have all been there as a baby/child ourself and made someone's ears ring, and most of us want to be that dithering OAP living in the community. With respect I find your comments a reflection of you as a person

Wirley

Dear me we live in such a tolerant society don't we ? I think we all find … Dear me we live in such a tolerant society don't we ? I think we all find screaming babies and tantrum children a less than pleasant situation, especially in a confined space and of course its your choice when you travel, but do your comments really add any value, do u get frustrated with the dithery OAP at the checkout too ? One thing for sure is we have all been there as a baby/child ourself and made someone's ears ring, and most of us want to be that dithering OAP living in the community. With respect I find your comments a reflection of you as a person



​Dear me, we live in a society were everyone gets on their high horse over a light hearted comment - it was hardly the most offensive comment in the world. Did my comment add any value - of course not, just like 99% of the comments on HUKD. And finally, no offence taken, if you wish to judge people based on a 2 sentence comment then that is your look out. Have a good weekend, and please, lighten up.

Calm down everyone. I'm sure given the choice we'd all rather avoid being stuck for hours in a confined space with a child(ren) screaming at the top of their lungs.

I recall last year I was on a flight and shortly after take off a baby girl started crying. Unfortunately there was a bit of turbulence so the seat belt signs remained on for 45 mins, so no one could get up including the parents to try and calm her down. Worse still after 20 mins of this she set off all the other children in the flight. It was like a chorus of screams going down the cabin.

How I wished I was on a different flight Unfortunately that wasn't an option as she was my baby. My wife and I felt like dying of embarrassment.


Edited by: "Mentos" 16th Sep 2016

Who on here would be willing to pay a premium for an adults only flight?

robertvan1

Who on here would be willing to pay a premium for an adults only flight?



To be honest many adults turn into children the minute they enter an airport, so i'm dubious of the value of such a proposition Moreover, given Ryan Air deals are so popular on here, I would surmise that many on here are prepared to tolerate a hell of a lot to save a few £'s

Little things that people do at airports really surprise and annoy me For example crowding around the luggage conveyer. Just step back a few feet for gods sake, its not going anywhere fast. Instead everyone stands right against the belt, meaning far fewer people can see if their luggage is coming and when it does you need to be a contortionist to be able to get it.

MrWanger

Babies can't clear their ears, they also don't understand why they are … Babies can't clear their ears, they also don't understand why they are forced to stay in one place for upwards of 10 hours (as per your HK flight). It must've been awful for you, an adult so ignorant to anyone else to have had to listen to a baby in pain. Poor you. Genuinely.



​taking a baby on a 10+ hour flight is a completely selfish act by the parents. it's not as if the baby can appreciate different cultures. at least wait until they've become sentient beings. Failing that then a sedative would've sufficed or leaving it at home with it's grandparents. if anyone's ignorant then it's the parents of this brat or your vain attempts at trolling.
BTW, voted cold
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