Her majesty the Queen has visited British Airways’ headquarters at Waterside, Heathrow, as part of the airline’s centenary celebrations. While at Waterside her majesty was introduced to colleagues in heritage uniforms from across the airline’s history and she visited British Airways’ museum, the Speedbird Centre.
British Airways travel spas have unveiled a stylish new look and an elevated treatment menu. Interior designer Kelly Hoppen has partnered with the flag-carrier and Elemis to refresh the Heathrow travel spas, transforming the travel sanctuary with her trademark style.
British Airways has opened its doors to the new Club lounge at New York’s JFK airport. It completes a £50 million investment, following the unveiling of a plush new space for First customers in autumn last year.
With the help of British Airways cabin crew, BrewDog founders Martin Dickie and James Watt, started the brewing process on board one of the airline’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners, while cruising 500mph over the north of Scotland.
At the same time, joint business partner British Airways is increasing its flight schedule from London to American’s 400-flight-a-day hub in Philadelphia.
The fourth and final British Airways aircraft in a heritage livery has touched down at Heathrow. A Boeing 747 painted in the Negus design, which was originally on the fleet from 1974-1980, arrived earlier.
British Airways has unveiled its new business class seat - Club Suite - and confirmed it will arrive on the first of its A350 aircraft in July. The newly-branded Club Suite offers direct-aisle access, a suite door for greater privacy and flat-bed seats in a one-two-one configuration.
Royal Brunei Airlines guests now have more than double the destinations in the UK and Europe to choose from, thanks to a new special prorate agreement deal with British Airways.
British Airways has revealed the fourth and final design in its series of heritage liveries to mark the airline’s centenary – a Boeing 747 painted in the Negus design.
British Airways has welcomed the arrival of the third in its series of four heritage liveries – a Boeing 747 painted in the Landor design, which will be recognisable for many as it flew on British Airways aircraft between 1984-1997.