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Old Feb 27, 17, 12:51 pm
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olouie
 
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Originally Posted by Calchas View Post
JER is (mistakenly) considered within the United Kingdom by the booking code allocator so it gets booked into full fare J as though it were a domestic feeder flight. This is in common with all longhaul BA non-economy fares to/from JER.

BA is on the cusp of introducing a domestic premium cabin which is likely to remove that particular nicety.

I would imagine for the same price you could also go to INV in Scotland, as that is also exempt from U.K. air passenger duty.
Right now INV shows up at roughly $300-600 more on GF.
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