British Airways offers free lounge access and security fast track with bookings

While the world is still suffering during the coronavirus pandemic things are looking up now that Brits can on on holiday.

Sunny countries like Portugal, Gibraltar and Australia are all listed as ‘green’ countries which means you don’t have to quarantine upon your return.

And, that means Brits are experiencing a booking boom…

If you’re looking to book a holiday soon then British Airways has launched a new offer to sweeten the deal.

The exclusive offer is for customers booking summer holiday packages and it features complimentary airport experiences at London Heathrow Terminal 5.

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The offer applies to holidays with departure dates between 9 June and 30 September 2021, for those travelling in Euro Traveller, World Traveller or World Traveller Plus (economy and premium economy) as part of a Flight and Hotel and/or Car holiday package.

Customers will automatically qualify for the deal when they spend £1,500 per person for two people with a minimum duration of five nights.

Existing bookings will also be eligible.

Those travelling in Club World or Club Europe (business class) and spending a minimum of £2,500pp will also be eligible for First Wing check in and complimentary access to the Galleries First Lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 5, both of which are exclusive experiences for premium customers.

But, what do you get in the offer?

Well, from tropical beach escapes to city explorations, the offer applies to all destinations and all holiday types, and it features:

  • Premium check-in: Skip the queues and enjoy a speedier check-in experience in a designated area of the terminal
  • Fast Track Security: Sail through security and relax on a smoother path with Fast Track Security
  • British Airways Galleries Club Lounges access: Enjoy complimentary food and beverage before departure, plus a tranquil and exclusive space to relax
  • Priority boarding (from 21 June 2021): Be among the first passengers to board the plane and get comfortable before taking off

And, you can feel secure in the knowledge that your booking still falls under the British Airways Holidays Customer Promise.

This means you have ATOL protection, deposits starting from £60 per person and you can cancel or amend your holiday up until three weeks before the departure date,

So, if your plans change you’ll be given a voucher which you can use to re-book your trip!

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Claire Bentley, Managing Director of British Airways Holidays, said: “After the last year, we know how much our customers are looking forward to getting away this summer.

“We want to make their experience extra special as we welcome them back to travel, by helping them to begin their holiday in style.

“It’s the first time we’ve offered something like this exclusively for British Airways Holidays customers – we believe it’s a brilliant way to celebrate the joy of travel, while continuing to offer flexibility and security for peace of mind.”

Packages available include ten nights in Barbados at the 4 star Soco Hotel from £1559pp, travelling on selected dates between 1 September and 21 September 2021 on an All Inclusive basis.

Or, head to Las vegas for seven nights at the 7 star The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from £1549pp.

Make sure to check the status of the country you want to travel to in regards to the pandemic on the website.

Travel with care and remember to plan for any tests and isolations you may need to do.

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