British Airways opening up the world to Yorkshire
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British Airways is opening up the world to Yorkshire offering customers great low fares to global destinations direct from their doorsteps.
The airline launched its new long-haul regional campaign yesterday highlighting easy connections from nine airports in the UK and Ireland, including Leeds Bradford, on to a worldwide business and leisure network through British Airways’ showcase hub at Terminal 5, Heathrow.
With fares from Leeds Bradford from as low as £465 to New York, £525 to Hong Kong, and £550 to Miami, there has never been a better time for customers to get a taste of the high life from their local airport.
The extensive marketing and advertising campaign will promote all inclusive and hand baggage only fares, which include free online check-in and seat selection 24 hours before departure, no regional add ons, complimentary food and drink on board the aircraft and no debit card charges.
With up to three return flights a day between Leeds Bradford and London customers are able to easily connect with over 70 long-haul routes from Heathrow.
They can check in their luggage at Leeds Bradford and don’t have to collect it again until they reach their final destination. Connections are quick and simple too through the Flight Connections Centres at the dedicated British Airways terminals at Terminal 5.
Jim Keegan, British Airways regional customer services manager UK regions & Ireland, said: “We value our customers in the UK regions, including Leeds Bradford, and want to make their journey as quick and effortless as possible. With transparent fares they know exactly what they’re getting with no expensive add-ons, and they have a fantastic choice of long-haul leisure and business destinations from Heathrow.”
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