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British Airways Celebrates 100th Anniversary With Flight Deals

British Airways Celebrates 100th Anniversary With Flight Deals
Joe Cortez

British Airways is celebrating its 100th anniversary of flying with offerings to travelers. The carrier announced their Centenary Sale through July 16, 2019, offering discounts on itineraries across the Atlantic between the island nation and all parts of the world.

According to modern tradition, a 100th anniversary is celebrated with diamonds. However, British Airways is electing to celebrate their 100th year in business by offering low-cost fares to passengers traveling around the world. On its website, the flag carrier is advertising several low fares originating from the island nation to all parts of the world.

The airfare deals offer low-cost flights to points including New York, San Diego, Vancouver and more. From the United Kingdom, flyers can book fares for as low as $358 to New York in economy round-trip, or $1726 in business class. For those looking to book a full vacation, the airline is advertising fare-and-hotel bundles to New York for $481 in round-trip economy.

Some of the best deals can be found transiting from London to other parts of Europe or around the world via one-way flights aboard British Airways. On intra-Europe flights, the carrier is advertising one-way fares as low as $38 to Amsterdam, $46 to Krakow, Poland; and $53 to Munich.

Those interested in the fares are running out of time to get them secured. The sale ends on July 16, 2019, and all airfare must be booked by then.

British Airways traces their history back to 1919, starting business as Aircraft Transport and Travel, LTD. Today’s airline, part of the conglomerate International Airlines Group, was formed through the 1974 merger of British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways.

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