Special Offers

Enjoy great summer holiday getaways with special fares from British Airways

  • British Airways offers GCC travellers discounted fares to the UK, Europe, USA and Canada this summer. Discounted fares can be booked in World Traveller (economy), World Traveller Plus (premium economy), Club World (business class) and First cabins until 3 May for travel until 30 September 2012.


This summer is the perfect time to visit London, and with a host of exciting events taking place from the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to the Olympics to Wimbledon, the capital is alive with activity. For travellers looking to holiday further afield, British Airways’ special fares to the USA and Canada bring that magical family holiday or well-earned break of a lifetime even closer.

Fares start from just AED 2,720* in World Traveller, AED 4,990* in World Traveller Plus and AED 11,510* in Club World from the UAE to the UK. To fly across the Atlantic to the USA will cost from AED 4,540* in World Traveller, AED 7620* in World Traveller Plus and AED 13,160* in Club World.

To Canada, fares start from AED 4,540* in World Traveller, AED 7,620* in World Traveller Plus and AED 13,160* in Club World. All fares are for return flights and include taxes, fees and surcharges.

Paolo De Renzis, Regional Commercial Manager, Middle East said: “With summer just around the corner we are pleased to reveal our latest fare offers for GCC travellers. Whether travellers are looking to escape the heat of the Middle Eastern summer, visit friends or relatives or visit a new city, we hope that our fares will help to make travel plans a little easier.”

He added: “This summer, travellers will also get to experience our new British-inspired menus which will be onboard on all long-haul flights from London from July to September. The new dishes are a twist on traditional British favourites and were developed by rising star, chef Simon Hulstone in conjunction with Michelin-star chef Heston Blumenthal.”

A full timetable of British Airways' flights to London and beyond is available online at ba.com – where the lowest fares are guaranteed – and customers can book, pay and check-in online for their flights.

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