Discover and Explore the World with British Airways' Sale
Get ready to discover and explore the world. British Airways has rolled out its January Sale, with discounts available on flights and holidays to five continents.
Deals are to be had across short- and long-haul with popular destinations such as New York, the Seychelles, Tokyo and Buenos Aires all on offer
To benefit from the sale, customers must book their flights by January 30, 2020.
Return fares in World Traveller (long-haul economy) start from as little as the following: Tel Aviv - £269, New York - £270, Boston - £270, San Diego - £329, San Jose (Costa Rica) - £399, Kuala Lumpur - £419, Johannesburg - £539, and Bahamas - £549
In World Traveller Plus (long-haul premium economy) customers can fly to Hyderabad for £699, Tokyo for £979 and Buenos Aires for £1,088 return.
Club World customers can soak up the sun in the Bahamas or the Seychelles for £1,699 and £1,799 respectively or fly to Bangkok for £1,999.
There are also exciting deals for customers looking to fly Club Europe (short-haul business class). Salzburg or Bilbao can be reached from Gatwick for £159 and £170 return, respectively.
From Heathrow there are return flights to Lyon for £190, Hamburg for £192 and Vienna or Malaga for £197. Included in these business class fares is lounge access, fast track through the airport, a meal and drinks, as well as a generous baggage allowance of two checked bags.
Included in the January Sale are also a series of tempting holiday packages. Return of two-night breaks to Europe (including flights and hotels) for just £99 per person, with Prague, Venice, Berlin, Barcelona, Verona and Nice all included.
Flights and a 7-night hotel in Barbados go for £529 and Orlando for £399. Customers can also bag flights and 3 nights in Dubai for £365 and New York for £379. More holiday deals can be found here.
All British Airways holidays include a minimum of 23kg checked baggage, are ATOL protected and can be secured with a deposit of £75 per person based on two people, allowing customers to spread the cost of their holiday.