British Airways is known to be the second-largest airline in the United Kingdom which is based on passengers carried and fleet size. Its headquarters is based at Harmondsworth where the main hub of the airline is located at London Heathrow Airport. British Airways is known to be the founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance which is along with other airlines like Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, and Qantas. This alliance is known to be the third largest, after the SkyTeam and Star Alliance. On the short-haul flights, there are economy and business class and on the mid and long haul flights, there are first-class, club world, world traveller Plus and World Traveller.
There are many in-flight amenities provided like:
British Airways has a loyalty program called the Executive Club where the members of it can have access to special lounges and also have dedicated “fast” queues. For the Executive Club Members, there are airside lounges and it is for those passengers who travel in the premium cabins. The First Class Lounges is available to the Gold Executive Club members and also First Class passengers. The business lounges are availed to business class passengers and also to the Silver Executive Club members.
British Airways’ Frequent Flyer Program is called the Executive Club where the members of it can earn the Avios reward points which can be later redeemed for flights, hotels, upgrades and much more. The British Airways Executive Club can be joined online for free of cost. Avios can be earned when members fly with British Airways and also with its partnering airlines of the Oneworld Alliance. The number of points earned varies but the passenger can earn up to a minimum of 125 to 1,500 Avios per flight.