British Airways Launches ex-Hong Kong Upgrade Promotion

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 22 May 2014

British Airways has re-introduced its special one-way upgrade promotion for travellers departing Hong Kong.

Customers looking to travel to London or beyond between 14 May and 15 September 2014, can upgrade one way to the First suite by purchasing full Club World fares from HK$43,890, HK$5,010 more than the special Club World business class return fares that start from HK$38,880.

Both offers were very well received by our premium customers so we wanted to continue rewarding their loyalty by extending the booking period, said Tracy Dedman, British Airways regional general manager, Greater China and the Philippines. We are excited about the prospect of more customers experiencing the unprecedented level of comfort and service of our First class cabins and ensuring a flying experience like no other.

Each individual suite in the First cabin features a bed, a personal wardrobe, a 15 in-flight entertainment screen, a la carte menu designed by leading chefs from around the world and the new First amenity kit developed by Aromatherapy Associates. Within the cabin, the lighting and electronic blinds can be modified according to the travellers needs and the time of day.

All premium customers arriving at British Airways home at London Heathrow, Terminal 5, can enjoy the facilities at the Arrivals lounge, which includes showers, breakfast and complimentary Elemis spa treatments. Customers can also enjoy bubbling champagne at the exclusive Galleries Club lounges on their departure.

Seats are limited and the offer ends on 3 June 2014. Terms and conditions apply.

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