British Airways extends Book with Confidence policy


British Airways has extended its Book with Confidence policy for customers booking flights and holidays throughout September 2020, to cover journeys for a whole year up to Aug 31, 2021.

The policy allows customers to change the dates and destination of their booking without incurring a change fee, or to cancel their booking and receive a voucher for use at a later date.

“We know how hard people work and how much they look forward to their holidays, so we want to give them the confidence to book, safe in the knowledge they can change their booking should they choose to,” said Andrew Brem, British Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer. “Anyone booking this September who plans to travel all the way up to the end of August 2021, can now take advantage of amazing deals and be reassured their precious holidays are well protected.”

British Airways Holidays also has a range of other benefits to help travellers who are trying to plan ahead, including low deposits – from just £75 per person – as well as the opportunity to pay their balance in as many installments as they wish. Final payment is now not due until three weeks before travel, offering even greater flexibility.

Avios can also be used towards Reward flights, upgrades, hotels and car rental. When using Avios part payment, customers can pick from a range of savings by destination and cabin and they still collect Avios and Tier Points on their booking.

And customers who choose to take out travel insurance through British Airways’ preferred travel insurance partner, Allianz Assistance, will be covered in the event that they or their family are diagnosed with COVID19, or need to quarantine.

© Asia Travel Tips

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Well done BA, and bye bye Branston :)

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Shame they have had to cancel many of their long haul routes. They have used the virus as an excuse to treat their workforce abominably.

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@bo: Well done BA? Are you aware of how awfully they treated passengers at the beginning of the pandemic compared to other airlines concerning refunds and rebookings , and that IAG were censured for the policies by the EU? Are you aware that they have tried to terminate all the long term contracted employees whilst retaining the much poorer paid Mixed Fleet employees ?

Childish uninfomed comment that has nothing to do with Virgin Atlantic.

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Well done BA, and bye bye Branston :)


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