British Airways launches £35 seat sale to Italy, Greece, Denmark and more

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British Airways is luring back passengers with one million seats on offer for just £35 a ticket. Tickets are on-way and span holiday destinations in Italy, Greece, and Denmark, as well as some domestic routes in the UK too.

Destinations include Athens, Bologna, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, Milan, Venice, Newcastle and Naples.

However, holidaymakers hoping to snap up a deal will have to do so by September 22.

Seats are available on flights departing right up until March 2021.

For customers hoping to snap up a business class seat, the airline is also offering a Selection of Club Europe, British Airways’ European business class offering, at a reduced price.

The Club Europe sale spans 60 routes.

These include £119 return to Dublin, £129 to Krakow, in Poland or Luxembourg, £149 to Prague, in the Czech Republic, and Vienna, in Austria, or £169 to Nice, France.

Seats in Euro Traveller are also available on routes to Dalaman, in Turkey, and Larnaca in Cyprus, amongst others.

Customers should book by 30 September to benefit from the sale.

For Britons seeking something a little further afield, the British flag-bearer is offering reduced holidays to some Caribbean destinations too.

Customers can save up to £100 on select Caribbean or Cancun flight and hotel packages.

Bookings must be made between 18 and 22 of September 2020 for journeys up until the end of March 2021.

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All tickets are subject to the British Airway’s flexible booking policy.

This means customers can benefit from no change fees or free voucher exchange if they wish to change any bookings made up until the end of September 2020 for all departure dates before the end of August 2021.

Andrew Brem, British Airways’ chief commercial officer, said: “It is exciting to be able to offer our customers a great range of low fares on travel to a large number of short-haul destinations, alongside our impressive sale prices.

“Travellers can book with absolute confidence knowing we are operating with stringent safety measures in place and that should anything crop up they can change their plans incurring no change fees, thanks to our flexible booking policy.”

It follows suit of a number of UK airlines who have also launched sales in a bid to increase passenger numbers.

Earlier in the week, Ryanair launched a tempting sale with some seats on offer from just £9.99.

The Irish-carrier released 100,000 seats to destinations such as Pisa, Bologna, Krakow and Alicante.

However, tickets were only available on flights until the end of September, which means Britons heading to regions not on the current travel corridor list face 14-days of mandatory quarantine on their return home.

In a similar vein, TUI slashed the prices of holidays, however, they focussed on “safe” destinations.

Travel to regions in Turkey and Cyprus, both of which are on the UK travel corridor list, were dramatically reduced in cost.

A seven-night all-inclusive holiday to Turkey’s The Land of Legends rest in Antalya is down from £1,296 per person to £719.

Meanwhile, seven nights at The King Jason in Paphos, Cyprus, is down from £1,301 per person to £568 per person.

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