The ability to log back in to the British Airways Executive Club via their home page has returned. However, some functionality is still not restored. This is particularly around the Family Accounts settings: In addition, my latest flights are still not updated although people are reporting on Facebook that their flights have been updated. I…
If you go to the BA website home page and look for the normal ‘Log In’ option on the top right you will receive this message: However, there is a neat workaround which does give you full access to your account information, previous bookings, vouchers etc. Return to the website homepage and start a mock…
As I write this morning it appears that the return to service of the BA Exec Club web site is further delayed. The message show no longer gives an estimated date of return for access by members. On the App however, I can log-in and there appears to have been a couple of updates to…
BA web site is STILL down, a day after it was due to return to service.
Is the BA Executive Club website back up for you yet?
Passengers transiting in England, and staying airside, no longer need a Passenger Locator Form.
Heathrow becomes hard to reach at Christmas this year. No tubes (buses serve as replacements) and reduced train services may cause problems for those that don’t plan their journey.
Is 8 November the first date we will be allowed back in to the US from Europe and the UK? Reuters seems to think so.
Passengers who secured chargebacks from Ryanair when governments would not let them travel (but the flight operated) are now being asked to repay the chargeback amount before Ryanair will let them travel again.
Some significant changes to AA’s small business programme BusinessExtra. No longer confined to earning on AA alone, you can now use points for carbon offsets or Platinum membership of AAdvantage. There are however, new restrictions coming which could impact very small businesses (less than 3 staff).