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British Airways Office Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

In this post we basically mentioning the contact details of British Airways Harmondsworth based headquarters. It includes office address, phone number, fax number, email ID’s etc. with reference of the official website of the company.

British Airways is full service global airlines offering extensive global route network at low fares. It is the British airlines and is the largest airline in the world on the basis of fleet size, international flights and international destinations. It is the second largest on the basis of passengers carried after easyJet. British Airways Board was established in January 1972 by the United Kingdom government through passing the Civil Aviation Act to manage the two air corporation , British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways. These two corporations were combined under newly formed British Airways Group on 1 September 1972.

British Airways was launched as an airlines on 31 March 1974 and after 13 years  it was privatised in February 1987.  It is also the founding member of Oneworld airline alliance along with American Airlines, Qantas, Cathay Pacific and Canadian Airlines. On 21 January 2011 British Airways  merged with Iberia forming International Airlines Group that is also listed on London Stock Exchange.

The airline company is headquartered in Waterside, Harmondsworth, England. Keith Williams is the Chairman and CEO of the airways and the annual revenue of the airways was £11.421 billion in 2013.

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British Airways Office Contact Details

British Airways Office Address : British Airways Plc, Waterside, PO Box 365, Harmondsworth, UB7 0GB. Registered in England : 1777777.

British Airways Office Phone Number :

   New Booking & General Enquiries                  0844 493 0787
            Checking Flight Status                  0844 493 0777
             Group Travel Enquiry                  0844 493 0765
          Delayed Baggage Enquiry                  0844 493 0785
         Hearing Impaired Support                  0845 700 7706
           Executive Club Contact                  0844 493 0747

British Airways Office Fax Number : +44 (0) 17 8788 3195

British Airways Office Email ID : press.office@ba.com ( to get in touch with the press office of British Airways ) , webformna@email.ba.com ( to get in touch with the customer service )

British Airways Official Website : www.britishairways.com

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The official website is the online platform to book the airlines ticket and to manage and enquire about it. It provides the all details and information about the British Airways. Detailed list with the description of its fleets are also provided on its website.

British Airways Customer Service Details

Important Links

Help & Contact Page : www.britishairways.com/en-gb/information/help-and-contacts/index?source=BOT_contactus
The help and contact page provides you with the all categories of help and contact details consisting the phone numbers and the email support. Visit the page if you are looking for British Airways contact details.

Online Check in : www.britishairways.com/travel/managebooking/public/en_gb?eId=104511&source=mmb_tab_mb
Visit the page for online check in, it will save you time and keep you away from any type of chaos. Just you need the booking reference for the purpose.

Social Profiles

Facebook Fan Pagefacebook.com/britishairways

Twitter Handletwitter.com/British_Airways

Youtube Channelyoutube.com/user/FlyBritishAirways

Google Plus : plus.google.com/+BritishAirways

Following social profiles will be beneficial for you as they regularly update it with latest news, updates, events, discounts, coupons etc.

 

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  • Jacqueline Reilly January 26, 2015, 10:20 am

    I am trying to find out my old BOAC!! ID Number when I flew in the late sixties! My name was Jacqueline (Robin) Flood and I flew on Comet IVs and then Boeing 707. I would be grateful if you could help me as I really need it. Many thanks.

    I lived in St Margarets, Twickenham

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  • megan sutton June 4, 2015, 3:42 pm

    please could you direct me to your office that deals with in flight retailing and advertising thank you

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  • Norris Bullock June 29, 2015, 9:42 am

    St.Vincent is in the process of constructing a new international airport, I understand this will become operational towards the latter part of this year, Can you confirm that you will be flying there, and about when the first flight will be. We are members of a local community group from St.Vincent, and are very keen to be part of this historic venture, and want to contribute towards its success. Please keep me (chair of the group) informed, so that I can inform our members, many of whom would like to visit St.Vincent more often, but dislikes the inconvenience and problems in Barbados. Thank you.

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  • Patrick reid August 3, 2015, 10:52 pm

    Big thank you to 1st officer Martin Mustoe who looked after our son jake on delayed flight ba370 Marseille today. Very much appreciated. Patrick&felicity reid

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  • gloria gomez January 11, 2016, 4:08 pm

    I would like to speak to someone in marketing. Would you please help me.
    All the best
    A happy Customer
    Gloria
    07771757227

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  • Andreas Schmidt March 11, 2016, 1:55 pm

    Dear British Airwys Team,

    working as European Representative for the American State of Washington, we support US-companies exhibiting in Europe with pre-scheduled meetings. For the up-coming Aircraft Interior Expo in Hamburg, we have three companies interested in meetings with airlines. These are:

    AIM Aerospace Inc – cabin interior monuments as well as seat shells/backs made out of composite material
    Air Informatics Inc – measure performance (how strong) inflight wifi is
    AMGI Inc. – provides management and administrative support services to the transportation industry with a focus on commercial aviation.

    I can provide more detailed information on each of the three companies in order to enable a decision whether or not a meeting may make sense.

    Can you forward this mail to your coIleagues, who will visit Aircraft Interior Expo next month and put me in cc, please? I am not going to bother them, but I would just want to ask next week, whether they would like to have more details on one of the above mentioned companies.

    Thank you for your support, which I do appreciate.

    Kind regards
    Andreas Schmidt

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  • Kenneth Hunt June 7, 2016, 3:59 am

    My wife Carol McCalla was an employee of British Airways for 31 years. She passed away on Nov. 22 2013. I was wondering if I was entitled to any of her employee death benefits. Sincerely Mr. Hunt 917 667-2415

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    • Tahira September 30, 2016, 11:28 pm

      Dear Kenneth,

      I am from Pakistan. I am trying to find the job in this company for my husband. Could you please help me? +92-300-9562620 is my husband’s contact number. I will be waiting for your positive reply.

      With thanks

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  • Naincy Jerath August 27, 2016, 9:37 am

    I got a e mail from you regarding job . .In your company.

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  • kunasekaran subramaniam October 13, 2016, 11:50 am

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    This is to highlight the shoddiness of BRITISH AIRWAYS staff which has caused my daughter VISHA KUNASEKARAN tremendous tiring stress and unnecessary stay in UK,and not to mention the damage to my pockets as I had to buy her a fresh ticket for the same journey.

    My daughter was on booking code – 7WQTPV flying from GATSWICK on 1st Oct 2016.She checked and flew right up to COSTA RICA and was deported back on the same flight as she did not have a visa.The BA check in staff at Gatswick airport had checked her in after checking her passport and also exclaiming that Malaysian passport did not need a visa into Costa Rica.

    We had to make arrangements for her old passport which had an american visa to be couriered from Malaysia to UK as the Costa Rican immigration was accepting this.All this took a week and she had to stay at a hotel which caused further expenses.The bags did not come on the flight too and she was further burdened to buy clothes and other necessary stuff.

    I had to book another return ticket for her under booking code- 494MR2 for her to continue her itinery to Cost Rica.

    I would request British Airways to be responsible for this incident and to compensate our losses.

    Regards

    Kunasekaran

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  • john russell October 25, 2016, 7:18 pm

    BA is trying very hard to be the worst airline in the world. CEO from Vueing trying to Ryanise the airline and is succeeding. Terrible seating,dreadful food,awful customer ‘service’ worst across Europe for lost lost luggage-trying very hard to be worlds worst. Not in the best 20 airlines from Australia,not in the first 10 world wide. Once ba premier airline that was looked upto,now dragging the UK’ds name down in the mud with its attitude to passengers.
    As a CEO of BA who ever you are,get away from the golf course,get up off your arse and travel with one of your competitors business class. I would suggest Singapore Airlines or Emirates or Cathay Pacific or Qatar etc etc etc all far far better service than yours.

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