British Airways launches bonus Avios promotion
Members can use Avios collected as normal, including on cutting the cost of future flights to the UK and Europe
British Airways has launched a new bonus Avios promotion, where customers can collect up to 16,000 bonus points by simply taking flights between the UK and Europe.
Customers who register, book and fly by June 30, 2018, can collect 4,000 bonus Avios if they take two or more British Airways return flights between the UK and Europe, or 16,000 bonus Avios should they take four or more return flights.
Flights to Europe connecting through London are valid in the promotion. This means that a customer taking two return trips from Singapore to Paris, Amsterdam or Rome, for example, would earn 4,000 bonus Avios, thanks to the connection through London.
In order to qualify for the promotion, a customer must be a member of the British Airways Executive Club, and must also register here: www.ba.com/executive-club/offers/bonusavios.
These bonus Avios can be spent in the same way that normal Avios can, including on Avios part payment where members can choose to cut the cost of future flights using Avios. When using Avios part payment, customers are able to pick from a range of savings by
destination and cabin. In doing so, they can still collect Avios and Tier Points on their bookings.
Robert Williams, British Airways’ head of sales – Asia Pacific and the Middle East, said: “In spring, travellers have the opportunity to collect bonus Avios while they enjoy different cities across Europe in a leisurely way before the peak summer season begins, with less
crowds and more moderate weather in general. The longer daylight hours across Europe also allow travellers to explore more of destinations in one trip.”
Beyond the bonus Avios, customers will also benefit from flying with British Airways, including enhanced catering in the World Traveller economy class and over 1,000 hours of inflight entertainment.
British Airways is investing £4.5 billion for its customers over the next five years, covering the installation of the best quality Wi-Fi and power in every seat, fitting 128 long-haul aircraft with new interiors and taking delivery of 72 new aircraft. The airline is also investing £600 million specifically in its Club World business class. In addition to the new catering and luxurious White Company bedding, a new seat with direct aisle access will also be introduced in 2019.