Thousands of seats and hundreds of holiday destinations are closer to you with the British Airways sale that starts on December 5, 2014.
Take a trip to the US with return flights from Delhi to San Francisco starting at just INR 53,760 (all inclusive return fares) with savings of up to 74% on the base fare. Connect from Chennai to Chicago on Club World (business cabin) with a discount of up to 37% on the base fare. British Airways invites all its Indian customers to fly from the five cities it connects in India to any destination of their choice in the US.
The offer is available on flights booked in Club World (business cabin) and World Traveller (economy cabin) for sale period, December 5 -15, 2014 and outbound travel on or before March 31, 2015.
Christopher Fordyce, Regional Commercial Manager, British Airways, South Asia, said “We are delighted to launch the biggest sale of the year for all our Indian customers to visit some of the best destinations in the US, whilst enjoying our award winning facilities on-board.
“This is a significant year for us at British Airways as we celebrate 90 years of flying to India. At British Airways, we take great pride in delivering the highest levels of innovative customer service and are proud of our long standing association with India.
“With connectivity to over 500 destinations in association with American Airlines, our customers will arrive, depart and transfer through Terminal 5, British Airways’ dedicated home at London Heathrow, which offers a smooth and seamless travel experience.”
Customers can experience exceptional comfort and impeccable service on board its flights. British Airways’ Club World cabin combines elements from the home and business to create an ideal environment that is comfortable, flexible and private, while World Traveller is a full-service economy cabin packed with all the comfort and benefits at an affordable price.
2014 marks a landmark year for British Airways and as part of these celebrations the airline has introduced an array of special initiatives for its Indian customers.