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65. British Airways CEO Calls on AI Experts to Help Transform Travel Experience
BA’s Chairman and CEO, Alex Cruz asked delegates at the AI Summit at London Tech Week to help his team of 80 data scientists offer customers new, intuitive services, change the way tickets are sold, guarantee no bags are ever misplaced and replace airport queues with virtual ones.
66. BA Launches Heathrow Operations Apprenticeship Programme
British Airways is giving students a chance to work behind the scenes at one of the world’s busiest international airports as it launches its first ever apprenticeship programme with the 3,000 strong operations team at Heathrow. The airline, in partnership with Kingston College, is looking for students interested in a career in airline operations to enrol in a new course.
67. BA Launches Free First Class Upgrade Promotion in Hong Kong
British Airways is treating its Club World business class passengers in Hong Kong to a complimentary one-way upgrade to its First class cabin on one sector of their long-haul flight to London, the UK and Europe. The limited offer is available for booking until 4 November 2014 and is valid for travel from 20 October 2014 to 31 March 2015.
68. British Airways Unveils New Business Class 'Club Suite'
British Airways has unveiled its new business class seat and confirmed that it will arrive on the first of its A350 aircraft in July. The Club Suite, as BA has called it, offers direct-aisle access, a suite door and flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration.
69. BA Survey Reveals Habits of Hong Kong Travellers
The number one irritation for many of the respondents (30%), is their seat being kicked from behind by another passenger, followed closely by the annoyance of a fully reclined seat in front of them (21%). Almost one out of five people are annoyed by parents who cannot control their children during the flight.
70. IAG and BA Sign MOU for 18 Airbus A350-1000s
International Airline Group (IAG), and British Airways have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to buy 18 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft plus 18 options. IAG, owner of both British Airways and Iberia, has also secured commercial terms and delivery slots that could lead to firm orders for Iberia. Firm orders will only be made when Iberia is in a position to grow profitably, having rest
71. BA Issues Statement in Response to CAA’s Q6 Price Proposals
In response to the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) initial price proposals for London airports, Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, British Airways’ parent company, said, Heathrow airport is over-priced, over-rewarded and inefficient and these proposals, which will result in an increase in prices, fail to address this situation.
72. AL and BA Begin to Share Revenue on Flights
Japan Airlines (JAL) and British Airways today start a joint business agreement with the two airlines sharing revenue on applicable flights between Europe and Japan. The joint business should benefit customers by providing better links between Japan and Europe, greater choice of flights to more destinations, enhanced frequent flyer benefits and the potential to launch new routes.

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