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British Airways offers free upgrade to Mumbai-London business class flyers

British Airways today launched a scheme offering free upgrade to First Class for its Business Class passengers flying from the city to London.

By: | Mumbai | Published: September 21, 2016 7:45 PM
Moran Birger, British Airways' regional general manager for South Asia, said Mumbai is a key market in its South Asian network and forms a critical part of its India strategy. (Reuters) Moran Birger, British Airways’ regional general manager for South Asia, said Mumbai is a key market in its South Asian network and forms a critical part of its India strategy. (Reuters)

British Airways today launched a scheme offering free upgrade to First Class for its Business Class passengers flying from the city to London.

Under the scheme, the airline is offering an all-inclusive return fare on the Mumbai-London sector starting at Rs 2,13,179.

The offer is available on flights booked in Club World from Mumbai for sale period until September 30 and for outbound travel until November 30, 2016, the airline said in a statement.

Moran Birger, British Airways’ regional general manager for South Asia, said Mumbai is a key market in its South Asian network and forms a critical part of its India strategy.

“The offer is to provide an opportunity for our customers to enjoy a taste of luxury and our award-winning onboard services at a lesser price,” Birger said.

The offer also includes access to the First Lounge and The Concorde Room at the Heathrow Terminal 5, which is exclusive to the airline and its subsidiary Iberia Airlines, along with the Elmis Travel Spas.

British Airways, which has been flying to the country for over 90 years, currently operates 49 flights a week from New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, while globally it connects over 200 cities in 75 countries.

From October last, it has been operating Dreamliners from Delhi.

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