|Quoting AnSTAR (Reply 4):|
Surely BA must be the winner here. Didn't they get a few LHR slots out of LX when they were struggling?
|Quoting PipoA380 (Reply 2):|
I know it isn't surprising but the thing is when I booked the flight, there was already some agreement on LX and Star Alliance...
|Quoting SWISSER (Reply 5):|
I agree Phillippe,
that was dumb of LX not to report anything to the customers...
|Quoting PipoA380 (Thread starter):|
LX And BA Code-share Is No More!
|Quoting Cambrian (Reply 10):|
it is almost inconceivable that they will not be offering this again in the future
|Quoting PipoA380 (Reply 11):|
will BA have to give it back to them as somehow they broke the "pact"? I guess BA got a slot when the arrangement was concluded, so now what?
|Quoting Semsem (Reply 12):|
I can't believe that LX no longer offer flights from GVA to LHR? Are you kidding?
|Quoting Cambrian (Reply 13):|
Imagine my horror a while back to discover that my LX flight was operated by BA...
|Quoting AIR MALTA (Reply 14):|
Your horror? Why horror?? Well a few months ago BA service was ways above LX's... That means flying BA was a better option beauce you had what to eat and drink!!!
|Quoting Cambrian (Reply 16):|
Maybe I should have explained that I was travelling in Business. If you need to know the difference between Swiss and BA, take a BA operated flight from Heathrow to Geneva, then continue your journey to Athens on an LX flight.
The difference is very clear...
|Quoting AIR MALTA (Reply 17):|
Well as I am not a businessman or not that reach I can only afford to fly Eco.
So BA beats LX anyday... The cabin crew are also funnier... Well let me now enjoy my BA flight to LHR today