thelawnet wrote: »
Regional airports that BA serves:
Edinburgh - to Gatwick and Heathrow
Glasgow - to Gatwick and Heathrow
Aberdeen - to Heathrow
Newcastle - Heathrow
Manchester - Heathrow and Gatwick
Jersey - Gatwick
(There are also codeshares on Flybe, Loganair, etc.)
You can book something like Aberdeen-Heathrow, road transfer to Gatwick - Tunis (BA fly to most places from Heathrow, but some only from Gatwick)
Distances from London:
I believe the plan is to charge for the total distance flown, so it's possible a regional flight to somewhere in Europe/North Africa/Turkey will be in a higher zone than one direct from London. However flights in Zone 3 won't go into Zone 4, because Zone 4 is for World flights, not Euro flights. So basically everything in Zone 3 will also be in Zone 3 even from Scotland.
the_crazy wrote: »
What about if I have paper air miles?
Yes, I know, I should have sorted them out long ago! But I've got a pile (maybe 10,000?) air miles sitting in a file somewhere...
Is it worth my while digging them out and trying to get them added to Avios? Or should I just throw them away?
ElmerFudd wrote: »
Silly question probably - this doesn't effect Virgin airmiles does it?
allyjm wrote: »
I tried to make a booking earlier this morning on BA.com to that exact destination, but i was still quoted the 9000 miles plus around £80 in taxes???
I take it i am just too early and they havent updated the site yet
inflationbusting wrote: »
I appear to have got over 1,000 BA miles from my last Airmiles flight. That isn't to be sniffed at seeing as 1,000 Avios cost £31 to buy.
Am I able to transfer these into my Airmiles (now Avios) account?
How about a good way to collect Avios points cheaply? They seem to have really expanded the range of affiliates.
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
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