A well-known Paralympian and Extinction Rebellion activist found a creative way to keep a British Airways plane grounded.
British Airways have unveiled their new business class seats, which are set to launch in October 2019, upping the class on all their A350 flights.
Booking flights in SA can be a tiresome and expensive operation, which is why it’s a good idea to do your homework.
We’ve all heard someone describe Africa as a country before, but when you’re involved in air travel you should have a decent handle on geography. Should.
A traveller on a British Airways flight recently took to Twitter to complain about the airline’s piss poor effort at dealing with his complaint.
There’s nothing more boring than having to listen to flight attendants run through the pre-flight safety message, so why not spruce it up with Mr. Bean and more.
He is one of the world’s most respected guitarists, but if you don’t deliver in first class you can expect a pretty decent tongue-lashing from dear Brian.
A British Airways pilot has been suspended, after images of him performing sexual acts on himself while in the cockpit surfaced. Does that count as the Mile High Club?
If you’re hopping on a plane in the next few days there are a few things you should bear in mind. Sorry, it’s not exactly good news either.
British Airlines are upgrading their first class cabins with the help of frequent first class fliers – and this is what the new 8-seater cabins will include.
You know those instruction manuals that are on the plane? You never read them any more, right? Well, you should.
What better way to fly than with space for your legs, free bubbly and a quiet, relaxing atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re really in the clouds.
The investigation into how two men managed to hide in the landing gear of a British Airways plane before take-off continues. Here’s the latest from London.
A man who had managed to hitch a ride on a British Airways ride from Johannesburg made it all the way to London before tragically falling to his death.
It seems everything does go full circle. Just as the SLOW lounges at SA airports became the coolest place to hang before flights, the poor-man’s alternative (Bidvest) began emptying out. And now look what’s happened.
British Airways, in partnership with Ogilvy UK, have launched a staggering new campaign, called “Look up.” In so doing, they’ve revolutionised the way we see billboards, and other airlines will be kicking themselves for not doing this first.
British Airways recently collected together Bryan Habana, Jean de Villiers, a rugby player we don’t recognise, and Georgia Jagger for a film and photo shoot. Part of that shoot included the B-train racing the new A380 Airbus, which Georgia started by waving a South African flag. Start this badboy around the 1:15 mark if you […]
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