There's some bad news for users of the British Airways Executive Club program. British Airways will be making "changes" to the pricing of partner airline award tickets from 30 May 2019. But even more concerning is the fact that British Airways won't yet reveal what the new prices are! It seems we won't know exactly what's changing until after the changes come into effect. It … [Read more...]
British Airways is one of the largest members of the Oneworld airline alliance and a Qantas Frequent Flyer partner. The British Airways Executive Club program is also a popular choice for frequent flyers. Members can earn and redeem Avios for flights, and earn tier points to reach Bronze, Silver or Gold status.
British Airways flies daily from Sydney to London via Singapore, with a schedule that mirrors Qantas flight QF1.
Over the past few years, British Airways has been undertaking an intense cost-cutting drive. BA has already removed complimentary snacks and drinks from Economy on its short-haul flights within Europe. Now, the British flag carrier has revealed plans to reduce the legroom on its Airbus A320 fleet. British Airways will also remove the seat recline function from these … [Read more...]
How does a return Qantas Business class trip for just $283 sound?! Thanks to a current promotion, it's possible to pick up 18,000 British Airways Executive Club Avios (points) for just $239. That's enough points for a return Qantas Business class flight from Sydney to Melbourne, or two return trips in Economy. The 18,000 Avios are being offered as a sign-up bonus if you … [Read more...]
This week the British Airways Executive Club program is a topic of discussion. In particular, what are the best ways to redeem Avios, BA's mile "currency"? As a oneworld member airline, British Airways Avios can be used for flights on BA itself or any oneworld partner airline. This includes Qantas, Cathay Pacific and American Airlines. Every frequent flyer program has its … [Read more...]
After a series of recent changes that have effectively devalued the Qantas Frequent Flyer program, many are looking towards alternatives. Virgin Australia is an obvious choice, while the American Airlines AAdvantage program is a popular program within the oneworld alliance. But the British Airways Executive Club program is rarely given a second thought by most Australian … [Read more...]