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London → Istanbul
London → Malaga
London → Barcelona
London → Amsterdam
London → Porto
London → Venice
London → Naples
London → Madrid
London → Funchal
London → Paris
Malaga → London
Malaga → Birmingham
2 stops
Malaga → Manchester
1 stop
Malaga → Bristol
2 stops
Malaga → Rome
Malaga → Edinburgh
2 stops
Malaga → Glasgow
2 stops
Barcelona → London
Barcelona → Birmingham
Barcelona → Leeds Bradford
2 stops
Barcelona → Lisbon
Barcelona → Miami
2 stops
Barcelona → Milan
Barcelona → Porto
Barcelona → Rome
Porto → London
Ibiza → London
2 stops
Ibiza → Birmingham
2 stops
Ibiza → Bristol
4 stops

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Relevant British Airways information

Free carry-on (56x45x25cm) on your flight.

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Online check-in from 24h to 1h preceding departure.

* This Price is based on eDreams search results for flights performed within the next 365 days for this airline. It reflects the cheapest price per route for an adult passenger that can be found in our system

Latest British Airways news

01/02/2017British Airways has been ranked as the 15th best full-service airline in the world, according to the eDreams Best Airlines survey 2017. This study is conducted every year listing the overall top 15 airlines, and is based on eDreams customer reviews received during 2016.

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Flying with British Airways

British Airways (BA) was founded in 1973 and is the UK's largest international airline, and the second largest in Europe, with a fleet of over 240 aircraft and carrying almost 32 million passengers in 2010.

The airline's two main hubs are located in London's two major airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, and it offers routes to more than 160 destinations, including six domestic.

In January 2011, British Airways and Iberia officially merged creating the International Airlines Group (IAG), the world’s third largest airline in terms of annual revenue. The British Airways Group includes British Airways Plc and a number of additional companies. The airline has partnerships and agreements with numerous companies, and being a founding member of Oneworld alliance, British Airways is able to operate a network that covers more than 600 destinations.

The company also has agreements with independent airlines based in the United Kingdom, which fly under British Airways name, flight code and company conditions. It also offers code share routes with other airlines. BA Cityflyer, British Midland International (BMI), OpenSkies, and British Airways World Cargo are subsidiary airlines owned by British Airways.

Online check-in

There are four ways you can check in for your British Airways flight:

Online: from 24hrs prior to scheduled flight departure. Boarding passes can be printed out at home or at an airport check-in kiosk.

On your mobile: available from 24hrs before scheduled flight time. Passenger boarding passes are downloaded and stored on their mobile.

At an airport kiosk: passengers can check in and print out their boarding pass with the British Airways airport kiosks.

At a check-in desk: passengers may also check-in at the British Airways check-in desks.

Checked baggage allowance

Included in the flight ticket price is a checked bag with maximum dimensions of 90cm x 75cm x 43cm including the wheels and handles, etc. Extra bags are allowed for an additional price. Save money on additional baggage by paying online before you fly. Bags exceeding the free weight allowance will be subject to an overweight baggage charge.

Cabin luggage allowance

Passengers are entitled to one piece of hand baggage with a maximum weight of 23kg. Restrictions on baggage dimensions also exist and they are as follows, 40cm x 30cm x 15cm. In addition to hand luggage, passengers may also carry aboard British Airway flights a laptop or handbag with dimensions not exceeding 56cm x 45cm x 25cm. Both items must fit in the bag gauge at the check-in counter.

Additional information

Airline name: British Airways IATA code : BA
Year founded: 1973
Headquarters: London, UK
Website: www.

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Latest British Airways flight reviews

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Average Rating4.0/5

Service was good and landed on time but the plane was completely full, old and from 11th January no free food so why specifically fly BA in the future?


London Gatwick - Alicante (LGW - ALC)From: £90

Average Rating5.0/5

Altered return flight and paid for insurance to change dates and was charged a further £140 although it said no extra charge.As my father is very ill and it was urgent to get to Spain I just paid it but I got ripped off.Will take it up when I have time with abta!!!


London Heathrow - Frankfurt International (LHR - FRA)From: £119

Average Rating3.0/5

very unclear documentation. I paid for 1 bag and it was difficult to see whether it registered and then on the BA app it did not show that I had an extra bag and I had to pay again jus to find out after checkin that I did have the allowance after all. Urgent need to improve your systems!!


London City - Amsterdam Schiphol (LCY - AMS)From: £114

Average Rating1.0/5

Good outbound flight return flight was delayed by over 3 hours and then diverted from London city airport to Southend airport


Rome Fiumicino - Glasgow Scotland (FCO - GLA)From: £266

Average Rating3.0/5

BA A319 has adequate legroom. A320's are too cramped. Service and staff on all BA flights remains at best, mediocre


Fuerteventura - London Gatwick (FUE - LGW)

Average Rating1.0/5

This delay in the flight was such a disappointment in so many ways! Firstly, we were actually lining up outside the plane doors when we were told to go back to the waiting area with not much of an explanation other than for 'technical reasons'! The communication from BA was non existent!! The flight was showed 'delayed' and there were a couple of announcements saying that information would be available in 30 mins then 45 mins etc. Then the flight information popped up as 'Cancelled' with no explanation and there was nobody around to ask! The information desk was empty and nobody knew what was going on! After an hour, my brother called to BA in the UK and nobody even knew the flight was cancelled!! After a long wait, a lady from duty free came out to offer the bags to be resealed and the poor woman was being asked about what was happening but had no idea! We were then told after another long delay that we would be transported to a hotel by bus for an overnight stay. After collecting our bags, we were put on a bus and had to travel for an hour to a hotel!!!! I was told by other passengers who decided to arrange their own transport that the BA staff were in a lovely local hotel when we were all taken to a dirty, unfriendly hotel an hour away! The hotel was dirty with stains in the toilet, scum in the bath, cockroaches running up the food counter in the dining area and food that looked like it had been out for days!! When we had left that awful hotel we had another hour journey back to the airport to then queue for nearly an hour to check in despite the entire plane of passengers waiting. At no point were we told that there would be no food available on the flight so to make the experience even more frustrating, the crew were unable to provide any food to passengers. There were 10 of us travelling together and between us we had no food!!! This is completely unacceptable from an airline who has such a good name for being one of the most successful air...


Zurich - Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport (ZRH - JNB)

Average Rating3.0/5

Staff were not too friendly and we had to wait very long until dinner was served due to disorganised staff.


London Heathrow - Newark - Nj Newark International Airport (LHR - EWR)

Average Rating4.0/5

The outgoing 777 appeared clean but very shabby compared to Virgin and United planes. The returning Dreamliner was a great new plane. Both planes had more toilets than the other airlines stated here. The dedicated Newark BA check in at terminal B is a great bonus too.

Mel Mel

Newcastle International - Salzburg Wolfgang A Mozart (NCL - SZG)

Average Rating1.0/5

My flight was cancelled and I had to re book. On the return journey my flight was also cancelled and it was a very long day


Berlin Tegel - London Heathrow (TXL - LHR)

Average Rating1.0/5

Really poor. The flight was cancelled and then rebooked which is fine. The rebooked flight was then also cancelled and I couldn't get through to anyone to discuss it with. The service was very poor. I was then offered a flight two days later in which I would have missed important meetings and overspent on hotels and food. I had to take another airline home.


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