British Airways is the UK's flag carrier and the UK's largest full service airline in terms of passenger numbers and destinations. His two subsidiary airlines of British Airways are BA Cityflyer and BA Eurofly, both owned by the same airline. It is the second largest airline by passenger numbers (after easyJet), but it is also the largest airline for long haul flights from the UK.
The airline is based at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and serves more than 200 destinations worldwide. The airline focuses primarily on intercontinental flights, but also operates a strong domestic network within the UK and an extensive route network in Europe.
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1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item free.
Free carry-on baggage must not exceed 23 kg in weight and dimensions of 56 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm (22" x 177" x 9.8")" x 11.8" (15.7" x 15.30") cm). No.
The cabin class a passenger is flying in determines the amount of checked baggage allowed:
Below is a table of baggage allowances for each cabin class.
Economy Class on British Airways depends on whether the flight is short or long haul
Euro Traveler Economy Class is available on flights within Europe or the UK. Enjoy a comfortable cabin with leather seats, adjustable headrests and atmospheric LED lighting. Euro Traveler can be divided into three different fare structures:
Basic – This includes assigned seats and baggage. You can add baggage to your flight and choose your seat.
Plus — A Plus fare allows a passenger to select a seat free of charge up to 48 hours before his departure and to request a flight change on the day of departure free of charge. It also allows for greater luggage allowance.
PlusFlex – The PlusFlex fare offers flexibility when changing tickets and allows a passenger to select a seat up to one hour before his departure