|Top route||Glasgow Intl to London Heathrow|
|Top airport||London Heathrow|
Serious issues all across the board, chaos at both airports because of lack of staffing, missed the flight courtesy of British airways failures, will not be using either kayak, American Airlines or British airways again.
Better plane, quick and easy flight.
Online Check in process was messy. Flight was uncomfortable - old school planes, eat before you fly, no leg room. Flight was rescheduled by British 3 days before departure without any option causing too a short of connection. We raced at Heathrow to reach our final destination and our luggages didn’t follow us. We had to go back to the airport to get them in the afternoon. Leaving from EWR - coming back to JFK and found out 3 days before departure… Will avoid this airline in the future…
Almost 2h late. Waiting time to departure, waiting to leave the aircraft… everything was a disaster.
Flight was delayed over an hour.
Flight is on time less than 30% of the time. We had over a 2 hour delay.
The flight was diverted to Malaga and we had to wait 3 hrs for food/bus to be sorted. Arrived in Gibraltar with 7 hrs delay
Wow!! Flying for me will never be the same!!! Best flight ever!! Only improvement would’ve been…the waterline broke which I realize can happen. The steak wasn’t very good but doable with the sauce on it. Extra pillows would’ve been nice for those that needed it. Other than that, it was an amazing experience! Our flight attendant Roberta treated us like our mom. She helped my son fix his bed. She babied us all…just want you want on an 8 hour flight. The pods that lie flat were so comfortable. The lighting coming back up gradually in the morning…perfect!
It didnt happen because my flight to london was cancled
It didnt happen. The flight was
The BA flight from London to Cairo is shameful. For a 5 hour flight there is no on board entertainment nor any food. It was like flying low cost without the price. I won’t fly BA again.
Flight delayed three hours, has been the same all week. So spend 6 hours at the airport for a flight BA knew was delayed that morning.
Flight was delayed. Flight attendant was not friendly No water served Bad experience
Overall I was very happy with my experience, though there were a few things that kept it from being excellent. The wifi went out once while I was watching a movie and it took several minutes before it was up again and I could get back to the movie. Then there were delays on both ends of the flight--which, to be fair, were probably not the fault of American Airlines--but still were somewhat annoying. Finally, based on buying the cheapest economy tickets my travel partner and I never sat together on this trip, but in other cases where I've done the same, other airlines have always managed to seat me next to a travel buddy. Still, it was definitely more good than bad and I would consider flying American again.
It was good. Just the distance from terminal 3 to Terminal 5, one could risk loosing his next flight
Our BA flight from London to Tirana was canceled before we left Portand but BA counter staff went over and above to get us flights on Lufthansa. Kudos to the new Portand staff for BA!!
Cramped seating for nine hours.
The crew were sterling. The flight was fully packed, the chair I was assigned didn't have a screen to watch TV on, and other passengers stood inches away from my face while milling around near the toilets. Also, super narrow seats on row 30 A-C so pretty tight squeeze for a *ahem* larger gent such as myself. That said, flight was on time, food was fine, crew were competent and pleasant.
Big communication gap between tied up American Airlines and British airways. Customer service people does not what’s going on Provided hotel by airlines to stay due to flight miss, but food voucher did not work
Because I upgraded to business class
Overall Bad experience
I paid for a seat and was asked to move for an older couple that needed more leg room. I’m frustrated that I paid for a specific seat and lucked out that I didn’t have anyone in my row for an 11 hour flight and was asked to move to the row directly in front of the restrooms and had a full row of people. I would like my money refunded for that seat purchase.
Staff was fine, good folks and friendly / helpful. Seats are tight (even by normal standards) and the entertainment system was really janky (video and audio dropping out consistently, maddening to try and watch anything). Please fix
Philadelphia airport is chaos, no coffee on the flight, rude/indifferent staff.
Their business class on this Airbus flight was just Economy seats with the middle seat blocked off with a fixed table. No extra space at all. Food was ok but not worth the extra expense imo.
Usual abysmal BA offering: 90 minutes late due to “late inbound aircraft”. Tired, overcrowded A320 with impersonal, couldn’t care less cabin crew. All for a premium price.
nice quiet seat on last row.
No issues with British Airways. Avoid Heathrow if you can though.
Great crew and flight.
Bordering not helpfully, Airplane like a Bus. 5 hours flight, not free services.
On board British Airways flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 56x45x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the British Airways assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
British Airways offers direct flights to 192 cities in 75 different countries. London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow are the most popular cities covered by British Airways.
British Airways concentrates most of its flight operations in London.
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When you are flying British Airways with a small child, your little one will be provided with a free Skyflyers activity pack that includes items such as an activity book and crayons. Additionally, amenities such as child seats and carry cots can be provided on all flights for no extra cost. Children’s meals and baby food are also available and will be provided before adult meals.
British Airways offers four different classes in order to ensure that all of your travel needs and preferences can be met. Economy is convenient for anyone that wants to travel as affordably as possible, while Premium Economy is a more private option that is in a spacious cabin. Business will give you access to flat beds, free drinks and meals, and lounge access, whereas First will provide you with your own personal suite.
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Known for using over 15 different types of aircrafts, British Airways operates a large fleet that is composed of upwards of 275 planes. The Airbus A320-200 is the most commonly used aircraft as it can fit around 177 passengers and is a convenient choice for middle-range trips, while the Airbus A380-800 is the plane that fits the most passengers, with the maximum being just over 460, making it ideal for long haul international flights.