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British Airways is a truly international airline. As well as flying numerous daily within the United Kingdom (for instance, from Glasgow to London), British Airways flights can take you to places such as Hong Kong, New York and Madrid. In fact, the 268 strong BA fleet will be able to whisk you off to no less than 183 different destinations across the world. BA also has two subsidiary companies: BA CityFlyer and Open Skies. Its two main hubs are located at Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport, both of which are situated in London.
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In addition, when you choose British Airways flights, you can choose between a variety of classes. Economy class offers perks such as in flight entertainment and complimentary food and drink. In Business class, you can enjoy extra legroom, and a wider range of complimentary refreshments as well as (on some flights) a private cabin. In first class you enjoy a private cabin, access to exclusive airport lounges and state of the art in flight entertainment as well as the best selection of complimentary food and drink on board. The facilities offered will differ depending on whether your flight is long haul, short haul or mid haul. An innovative feature of BA flights is that they offer in seat power (both via AC outlets and USB ports.
British Airways (BA) is the flag carrier and the largest airline in the United Kingdom based on fleet size, or the second largest, behind easyJet, when measured by passengers carried. The airline is based in Waterside near its main hub at London Heathrow Airport. In January 2011 BA merged with Iberia, creating the International Airlines Group (IAG), a holding company registered in Madrid, Spain. IAG is the world's third-largest airline group in terms of annual revenue and the second-largest in Europe. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and in the FTSE 100 Index.
BA was created in 1974 after a British Airways Board was established by the British government to manage the two nationalised airline corporations, British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways, and two regional airlines, Cambrian Airways from Cardiff, and Northeast Airlines from Newcastle upon Tyne. On 31 March 1974, all four companies were merged to form British Airways. After almost 13 years as a state company, BA was privatised in February 1987 as part of a wider privatisation plan by the Conservative government. The carrier expanded with the acquisition of British Caledonian in 1987, Dan-Air in 1992, and British Midland International in 2012.
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