Reward Flights Offer Extended for Yorkshire Businesses

29th August 2013

Yorkshire businesses have an early Christmas gift from British Airways with a reward flights offer extended over the festive period.

Companies in Yorkshire who joined the airline's On Business loyalty programme this year automatically earned 3,120 bonus points, enough for two reward flights to London from Leeds Bradford Airport. Now the offer has been extended to the end of the year, giving new business customers chance to connect with British Airways' worldwide schedule from their local airport. On Business is designed specifically to help small and medium sized companies. It is free to join and companies only need two or more travelling employees to qualify. The bonus points were introduced to celebrate the move of British Airways Leeds Bradford flights from Heathrow's Terminal 1 to the airline's flagship home, Terminal 5 in March. The three-times-a-day service connects Yorkshire business travellers with over 100 worldwide destinations served direct from Terminal 5. All customers receive a generous free baggage allowance, complimentary onboard refreshments, free on-line seat selection 24 hours before departure, On Business customers also get access to Fast Track security and the newly refurbished Yorkshire Premier Lounge at Leeds Bradford Airport. Companies can earn On Business Points on all qualifying flights with triple points for the first six flights and they can be redeemed for flight upgrades, reward flights and hotel accommodation. Tony Hallwood, Leeds Bradford Airport's Marketing Director, said: -This is great news for the Yorkshire business community.  British Airways' attractive loyalty programme, On Business, is designed to help reduce travel costs. For every qualifying flight you or your colleagues take, your company will earn 'On Business Points' which may then be redeemed for upgrades, flights or hotel accommodation. It's a cost effective and easy way to ensure your business gains maximum benefit from travelling to London and worldwide. For Further information visit ba.com

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