A British Airways flight from Vancouver, British Columbia, landed at London's Heathrow airport late Tuesday, the first commercial airliner to do so in five days after ash from a volcano in Iceland disrupted air travel across Europe.
When Virgin Atlantic Airways cancels James Simon's flight from New York to London -- and rebooks him on a British Airways flight -- he's downgraded from premium economy to economy class. But his requests for a fare refund go unanswered. Is he entitled to any money back?
When Karen Kernohan discovers part of her flight from Calgary to Rome is missing, British Airways claims "extraordinary circumstances" are to blame and refuses to compensate her. Is she really out of luck?
Cameron Etezadi and his girlfriend are on their way from Seattle to Casablanca, Morocco, when their flight is delayed in London by weather. British Airways agrees to refund the couple's money, but one year later, there's no sign of a check. Is the airline pocketing their fare, or is something else going on?
The Justice Department Wednesday will announce millions of dollars in fines against British Airways following a price-fixing investigation into fuel surcharges by air carriers, according to industry sources familiar with the case.
British Airways plc ranks no. 442 on FORTUNE's Global 500 this year, with $15.2 billion in revenues, up 5.4% from the previous year. The Harmondsworth, Britain-based company was ranked no. 431 on the 2005 list. Its 2005 profits were $0.8 billion, up 73.7% from a year earlier.
British and U.S. regulators are investigating alleged price fixing of passenger fares and fuel surcharges by British Airways and other airlines, according to a statement issued Thursday from British Airways.
British Airways says it is close to resuming a normal timetable, three days after the end of a crippling ground-crew walkout that had stranded more than 100,000 passengers during the peak of the summer travel season.
A British Airways flight with 239 passengers flying from London's Heathrow airport to New York was turned around in mid-flight after a passenger flying on a French passport was found to be on the U.S. no-fly list.
Flight problems stemming from security concerns eased somewhat Saturday, although a British Airways flight to Washington that was canceled two days in a row left London's Heathrow Airport after a delay of three and a half hours, the airline said.
A day after fighter jets escorted a British Airways flight from London into the Dulles International Airport at Washington D.C., the same flight on Thursday was canceled at the request of the British government, the airline said.