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UAE-based students and teachers travelling overseas for the new school term will get up to 10 per cent discount on advertised fares, one additional piece of checked baggage and flexibility on date changes to ticket bookings, British Airways said in a media statement.
The benefits are currently available for all students and teachers flying in World Traveller with British Airways from the United UAE to the UK, Europe or North America when they book through a British Airways shop or selected travel agent.
Travel agents eligible to sell British Airways’ student fares in the UAE are Etihad National Travel & Tourism, Nirvana Travel & Tourism, Bin Moosa Travel, Al Masaood Travel & Services, Asrar Travel & Tourism and Dunya Travel in Abu Dhabi. In Dubai, FCM Travel, Airlink Travel, Dnata and SNTTA are eligible.
“Studying abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and our experience shows that students travelling abroad need to take a lot of extra baggage, particularly if they are on their maiden trip, but the worry of excess baggage can be a concern for them,” says Paolo De Renzis, Head of Middle East, Africa and Central Asia Sales for British Airways.
“If you are a teacher starting a new job, we will help make sure that you have enough allowance so that when you arrive in a new country, you will have everything in your suitcase to get the new academic year off to the best possible start.”
When purchasing a ticket and checking-in at the airport, students and teachers need to provide valid identification to take advantage of the travel offers. All flights from the UAE arrive at the airline’s home at London Heathrow Terminal 5.