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Cheap British Airways flights

London
Malaga
Porto
Amsterdam
Glasgow
London → Amsterdam
£56
Direct
London → Porto
£77
Direct
London → Barcelona
£59
Direct
London → Tirana
£137
Direct
London → Istanbul
£121
Direct
London → Venice
£58
Direct
London → Malaga
£64
Direct
London → Nice
£58
Direct
London → Dublin
£73
Direct
London → Faro
£62
Direct
Malaga → London
£80
Direct
Malaga → Birmingham
£1,182
2 stops
Malaga → Manchester
£176
2 stops
Malaga → Bristol
£1,255
2 stops
Malaga → Amsterdam
£210
Direct
Porto → London
£104
Direct
Amsterdam → London
£88
Direct
Glasgow → London
£74
Direct
Glasgow → Munich
£218
2 stops
Glasgow → Paris
£140
2 stops
Glasgow → Brussels
£174
2 stops
Glasgow → Alicante
£124
2 stops
Glasgow → Istanbul
£209
2 stops
Glasgow → Porto
£167
2 stops
Glasgow → Rome
£187
2 stops
Glasgow → Stockholm
£265
2 stops
Glasgow → Salzburg
£173
2 stops

The prices shown are only for your reference. They reflect the best prices found through our search engines during the last 5 days and they correspond to one-way flights, or the arithmetic half of return flights for an adult in tourist class, with departure date within the following 45 days from the current date. Prices may be a reflection of connecting flights, secondary airports and unusual hours.

Relevant British Airways information

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

Book from 704 British Airways routes with eDreams!

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. britishairways.com

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Latest British Airways flight reviews

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Average Rating2.0/5
Reviews:1

Despite what was written on British Airways website, I was not given any food. No dinner, no snack, no water. We also took off 30min behind schedule. Little information was given.

Diane
Average Rating2.0/5
Reviews:1

BA is now more like Ryanair than ever....shocking to have to buy even a glass of juice!!! And no pillows or blankets available except for business class!!!

I don't have one
Average Rating3.0/5
Reviews:1

We had three quarters of an hour boarded before take off. I can understand the need for this but a complimentary drink once we had taken off would have been a nice gesture. I was surrounded by 4 x 1 and 2 yr olds who were clearly tired and confused with, at best, ineffectual parents. Maybe tips and advice about traveling with young children should be offered when booking - we would all benefit. (Maybe I should draft something!) some parents would not necessarily seek the advice that is out there as they assume disruptiveness is inevitable but if guidance was given during the ticketing process a lot of unpleasantness and discomfort might be avoided.

Curious traveller
Average Rating3.0/5
Reviews:1

I paid to fly with BA and I found out at the end that it was with IB express whose planes are so bad, I am 1.90m tall and I DON'T fit in that seats. This is outrageous, and I want my money back

Guillermo

London City - Ibiza (LCY - IBZ)From: £153

Average Rating1.0/5
Reviews:1

BA Flight delayed over 3 hours. Stuck on hot plane. No AC, half glass of luke warm water provided, toilets did not work, had to change plane. Total nightmare!!

Damian

Montpellier Mediterranee - London Heathrow (MPL - LHR)

Average Rating5.0/5
Reviews:1

British airways was absolutely brilliant and amazing. Compared to the regular easy jet or Ryanair, it really was a first class experience which made us feel like valued costumer, rather than disposable cattle. We loved it so much, we will use British airways again as soon as we get the chance as long as it is not too expensive. In this case it was very reasonable. ??

Isabelle

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