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Non-rev Travel On BA.

Fri May 15, 2009 9:59 am

I've done quit a lot of non-rev travelling in recent years but never on BA.

It seems logical to me that, with BA flying a lot of 4Class planes, you make good chances
as a nonrev to end up somewhere better then coach.

What's BA's policy for ISA travelers?
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RE: Non-rev Travel On BA.

Tue May 19, 2009 2:55 am

You will get put in the lowest class that has an open seat most of the time. I know one person that always manages to sweet-talk the BA agents at the airport to put him in at least World Traveller Plus. So if you're gonna non-rev on BA, "expect" to be put in the lowest cabin.
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RE: Non-rev Travel On BA.

Tue May 19, 2009 5:30 am

Cool! This post means i dont have to bother with my own! For the first time ever i am non-rev MCO-LGW in 4weeks time. I now know what to expect.. and a window seat would be lovely!!  Big grin

Im so excited to experience BA after the horror of VS MCO-LGW!!
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RE: Non-rev Travel On BA.

Tue May 19, 2009 9:39 pm

Non BA staff will be put in the lowest class of travel with available seats, which given current loads on flights throughout the world, not just BA will very likely be World Traveller. But that is still better than the offering that will be available on other airlines, they aren't the World's Favourite Airline for nothing!
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