British Airways slashes cost of premium travel in 2012

30th Dec 2011

British Airways has confirmed it will cut the cost of First Class and Business Class travel around the world from today.

In a move designed to win valuable premium travellers, BA said it would cut the cost of flights to Barbados, St Lucia and Grenada.

The cost of First Class seats to St Lucia will fall by more than £2,000 to £3,101.

Trips to Barbados and Grenada will be reduced to £3,113, saving £1,998 and £2,048 respectively.

Bermuda flights in First Class are reduced by up to £1,547 to £3,413 and by £1,045 to £1,913 in Club World in the sale which runs until January 24th.

Business class flights in the sale from Gatwick sees Barbados down by £740 to £1,613; Antigua down by £736, Dominican Republic down by £813, St Kitts by £793, Tobago by £775, St Lucia by £765 and Kingston by £958 to £1,013.



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