British Airways will take delivery of its first double-decker aircraft, the Airbus A380, in July 2013. The aircraft recently emerged from the largest paint hangar in the world after Read more
Booking flights around the world on ba.com will be even quicker and easier thanks to a new ‘save payment’ card feature. Members of the British Airways Executive Club and registered Read more
The Straight Up Company has lined up a treat for Zambian music lovers to hear the exceptional voice of the internationally acclaimed Afro-Soul singer, songwriter and poet, Zahara. This South Read more
Beatrice Kamanga, British Airways Commercial Manager for Zambia and Malawi hands over two air tickets to Kevin Quinlan, Head of the Department for International Development (DFID) in Zambia, and Anne Read more
“Africa is the last bastion for business globally and, over the next few years, will prove its potential as a stable, lucrative continent for international commerce.” These are the words Read more
British Airways will add 266 seats a week to Nairobi when it increases its schedule to Kenya from daily to eight flights a week. The new service starts on 12 Read more
Monica Musonda, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Java Foods has been selected as one of the 2013 World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders. The honour is bestowed each Read more
British Airways’ first Airbus A380 will fly on the “Red Carpet Route” to Los Angeles, with tickets first going on sale on 5 March 2013. The home of Hollywood will Read more
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