British Airways

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British Airways Group was formed on 1 September 1974 through nationalisation by the Labour Government. British Airways was formed from two large London-based airlines BOAC and BEA and two much smaller regional airlines Cambrian Airways Cardiff and Northeast Airlines Newcastle.

British Airways is a full service global airline, offering year-round low fares with an extensive global route network flying to and from centrally located airports. Book flights, great value hotels and car rental, as well as check-in online, view the latest offers and manage your booking here at

At British Airways the safety and security of their customers and staff is their highest priority.

For many years, they have been a leader in the aviation industry on security matters, and you can be reassured that they have in place some of the most stringent security measures in the industry.

They continuously work closely with governments and relevant authorities around the world to monitor and implement the security measures they have in place, and our policy is in full compliance with all regulatory requirements.

As one of the world’s largest international airlines they have experience in meeting this task in many destinations around the world. They take their commitment to delivering a safe and secure operation seriously indeed, and would not fly to a location unless they felt it was safe and secure to do so.

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British Airways
Waterside, Harmondsworth,
London Borough of Hillingdon, England
United Kingdom

0844 493 0 787
+44 (0) 17 8788 3195

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