This Valentine’s Day British Airways is making it easier to experience the romance of Paris, spring a surprise getaway to the Eternal City or hold hands watching a special screening of Pretty Woman at the Rivoli Ballroom in London.
From 12 until 16 February the airline is offering Valentine’s fares starting from US$579 return from Accra to London and Europe.
For those who want to make their Valentine’s getaway a little more remarkable, the specials extend to the premium cabins, with Club World fares starting from US$2829.
“From sipping champagne in Paris, throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain in Rome tochoosing the perfect romantic gift at Harrods in London, there are endless opportunities to make this an unforgettable Valentine’s Day, but book soon as these fares are likely to sell out quickly,” says Kola Olayinka, British Airways’ commercial manager for West Africa.
British Airways is a full-service airline and provides complimentary food and drinks, free seat selection 24 hours before departure and a selection of in-flight entertainment. It has justunveiled freshly designed soft blankets and cushions and a new headrest for customers in its World Traveller cabin.
About British Airways
British Airways is the UK’s largest international airline with its main home at London Heathrow. It is investing £6.5 billion for its customers over five years, taking delivery of more than 20 new aircraft in 2020 and more than 100 over the next five years, including the Airbus A350-1000, Boeing 787-10 and 777-9 for long-haul and the A320 and A321 neos for short-haul. It is also refurbishing its long-haul fleet with new cabins so they look and feel new, introducing new, redesigned lounges, new dining across all cabins, new bedding and amenity kits for First, Club World and World Traveller Plus, best quality onboardWiFi to every aircraft and providing access to power at every aircraft seat. The airline recently introduced its Club Suite, a new business class seat with direct aisle access on its A350 aircraft, which will be rolled out across the British Airways’ long-haul fleet over the next few years.