Book a far flung flight with British Airways from 1 April 2000 and you can fly to Europe for free.
Passengers who book a return World Traveller (economy) ticket to one of 59 long haul destinations before 20 April for travel in June, will receive a free short haul flight to one of more than 60 European destinations of their choice. Taxes, fees and charges will be payable by the passenger.
Now’s the time to book a shopping trip in the States. The list of qualifying destinations features the majority of North American destinations including Heathrow-New York from £332 return, Boston from £333, San Francisco from £399 and Vancouver from £495.
Or book a break in the sun: Tampa starts from £399, Dubai from £468, Barbados from £493, Madras from £555 and Cape Town from £576. Further afield Seychelles starts from £606 and Harare from £536. All prices include taxes, fees and charges.
All World Traveller fare types are included, ranging from the new value for money Every Day fares to the more expensive fully flexible economy fare.
Passengers can then choose a free flight from any of the 60 domestic and European cities on the British Airways’ mainline network ranging from Amsterdam and Athens to Naples and Nice to Zagreb and Zurich.
The free flight must be booked between 17 and 31 July 2000 for travel from 1 September 2000 to 31 March 2001 (excluding 15 December 2000 to 15 January 2001 inclusive).
To book, call 0845 7733377, visit www.britishairways.co.uk or contact your local British Airways Travel Shop or travel agent.