British Airways Holidays opens a new rescue enclosure at a big cat sanctuary in South Africa in cooperation with charity Born Free

British Airways Holidays recently announced partnership with international wildlife charity Born Free as part of its new Animal Welfare Policy The travel company has funded the creation of a new enclosure in South Africa British Airways has flown two neglected lionesses, rescued from a failed zoo in Spain to their new home Part of a… Read the full press release

British Airways Holidays announces new long-term partnership with leading international wildlife charity Born Free

British Airways Holidays and international wildlife charity Born Free have been working together over the last year to develop the travel company’s animal welfare policy Policy builds on current standards and offers a commitment to ensuring customers are able to make fully informed decisions on the holidays they choose Partnership also sees the launch of… Read the full press release

British Airways survey shows how Brits plan their holidays

Brits have 21 days annual leave a year on average At half-way point only one-third of allowance has been used More than half (57 per cent) have panic booked a holiday, leaving them feeling stressed (36 percent), annoyed (19 percent) and panicked or worried (18 percent) Scots have the most leave, averaging at 23.7 days… Read the full press release

British Airways Holidays launches online tailor-made package holiday service ‘Customise Your Trip’

LONDON, 2016-May-23 — /Travel PR News/ — British Airways Holidays has launched an industry leading online tailor-made package holiday service. The new ‘Customise Your Trip’ service available online at BA.com allows customers to create a multi-destination holiday of their choice with total flexibility to combine flights in and out of different airports, book multiple hotels and… Read the full press release

British Airways Holidays study: millions of Brits book trips abroad but confuse their destination on the world map

2013-08-24 — /travelprnews.com/ — Millions of British holidaymakers are booking trips abroad but can’t pinpoint their destination on the world map, according to new research. A study of 2,000 people who travelled abroad last year shows that 53 per cent of those who went to Cyprus have no idea where it is in reality – confusing… Read the full press release