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30+ reviews from TRUSTPILOT

  1. It's not my intent in this review to bash BA. It's very possible that I misread this situation, and I'll leave judgement up to the reader and I'll try to be as objective as possible. BA252 from Nassau to London. A Club World ticket on the return (22:30 departure redeye). Meal service was fine, and I went to sleep. I awoke later to use the restroom and with the intent of getting a couple Jack Daniels to get back to sleep. I was in seat 1B, so I chose to use the restroom in the front of the plane. I entered through the curtain and the flight attendant immediately came up to me in the galley and said the restroom is occupied and that I should return to my seat and fasten my seatbelt. Since the seatbelt sign was not lit in the cabin, I was a bit confused but went back to my seat as instructed. I waited, and a member of the flight crew exited the restroom. I figured because it was a member of the flight crew, the flight attendant was taking extra precautions. That's fine. So I then used ...
    Written by 21212121 on June 30, 2014
  2. we went on flight number 2733 fom lanzerote to gatwick ,leaving the island on 26 th june at 5 past 6 in the evening ,my partner could not make enough sense of the safety vidio so the hostesses showed him the life jacket . they explained where to find the redt shaped toggle the light and the whistle ,they showed him the brace position and the oxygen mask ,so that he would know what to do in an emergency he said he had never been shown the safety drill before in a way that made the procedure as clear as it could be we would like to thank the two ladies for explaining the procedure so well especially as they did not know beforehand that there would be a blind person on board ,
    Written by andrea wilson on July 7, 2014
  3. I just want to give all the parents who travels with young children. As a frequent traveller with kids. British Airway have definitely opened my eyes of a poor customer service to a new level. I was with two young kids under three. one is a toddler and one is an infant. Aside from getting NO help at all from the crew. My toddler has horrible time trying to sleep because the seat and noise. after three hours of taking off we waiting till the flight was stable and seat belt sign has cleared, then after hours of screaming from my toddler. we have let him stay on the floor for the time being so he can rest a bit . it is a 12 hours flight form HK to UK, so I assume he can least get couple hours of rest on it before we land. I understand that BY BOOK that no one should stay on the ground but during this long hour flight especially when the flight is stable in the air. Most company will just let it easy for a bit for the young kids . so the parents can rest a bit also other passengers on the ...
    Written by Wang Chi Pu on May 9, 2014
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20+ reviews from Viewpoints.com

  1. My kids and I flew with them from Copenhagen to London Heathrow and back last October and I picked them due to my One World Sapphire status. The status gave pre seating at booking which is great if you want to make sure that you and your kids can be seated together. The short flight was nice, it was full both ways. The crew was nice, service minded. During the 2 hours flight I got some very tasty sandwich rolls which was great, I also got drinks too (I think you can get alcoholic drinks for free but since I only drank juice and tea so I can't really confirm that). The inflight duty free is great - I got some perfume (cheaper than in the duty free shop at London Heathrow Airport) - there is no gift wrap service on board so if you want it wrapped then the best is to buy it in the shop at Heathrow Airport. I don't mind it anyway since I'm buying for my own use. The kids got a very nice gym bag with an activity book and a pen - which is a great plus compared to a lot of airlines in the ...
    Written by CPHCPH on April 22, 2014
  2. While not everyone has the luxury of flying business or first class, when flying a long international flight on British Airways, please splurge. Yes, British AIrways may be a little more expensive than some of the other airlines flying internationally today, they are my preferred airline when flying into London Heathrow.
    Written by internashley on March 17, 2014
  3. I went on vacation to the United Kingdom last summer. When I took my flight home to the United States, I used British Airways. It was a long, but pleasant flight, and I have no complaints about it at all. The flight was affordable, and we started flying at exactly the right time; no delays at all. The pilot was experienced, and we did not experience any turbulence. I would recommend this airline for anyone travelling out of the United Kingdom who is on a budget and wants a comfortable flight.
    Written by hollywalsh on June 18, 2014
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1+ reviews from Poulpeo

  1. Excellent site, fiable, sûr, et proposant des prix très attractifs. Il y a très souvent des promotions sur les vols secs qui sont au final avantageux par rapport au prix de la concurrence. Pour avoir voyagé avec cette compagnie, il s'agit d'un service de très grande qualité. Enfin, le site est sécurisé et les avantages fidélité sont attirants. Je recommande fortement ce site.
    Written by baladu93 on November 9, 2013
  2. Commande impeccable, le suivi est sérieux. Cashback enregistré plutôt rapidement et super intéressant sachant que nous voyagerons à 8! Le vol sera opéré par American Airlines. A suivre...
    Written by tiboule on November 13, 2013
  3. Site très facile à utiliser pour les vols de France à l'australie par Singapore. Les meilleurs prix si on prend le soin avec les numéros d'escales. Si vous changez les dates/escales trop 1200 Euros sera 4500 Euros pour presque les mêmes vols.
    Written by racing on August 18, 2013
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