British Airways Hero

Recognised around the world, British Airways is a founding member of the oneworld Alliance. Together with its affiliates, it connects almost 250 destinations in some 90 countries throughout Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa and Australia. Its home base and major hub is London's Heathrow Airport, gateway to the world's number one business city.

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At a glance

A Club World seat in a British Airways A350 aircraft.
Decorative image of place settings at a British Airways lounge at Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C.

Affiliate airlines.

Near or far, these British Airways affiliates will help you reach your next destination.

BA Cityflyer

BA Cityflyer is a wholly-owned subsidiary of British Airways and operates all UK and European services to and from London City Airport.

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Comair is British Airways' Southern Africa franchisee. It connects regional destinations in South Africa, as well as Zimbabwe, Namibia and Mauritius to the international network of British Airways.

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SUN-AIR of Scandinavia

SUN-AIR is a privately-owned Danish airline that delivers its services as a British Airways franchisee. It operates to and from Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK.

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