Setter - Answered a Question by Midgley (16 Apr 08 11:52)

Yes, log onto the BA website follow links for Heathrow, and there is a section on which you key in your flight no. and this will tell you which terminal you fly from.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Aldrich - Answered a Question by Midgley (16 Apr 08 12:11)

Yes, this is easy to do. You need your PNR which is a 6-digit alphanumeric code - your T/A will give this to you. Then you go to BA.com and on the front page there is an option to enter this and your surname and you can see details of your booking. 24hrs before your flight you can pick your seat assignment.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
greatrex - Answered a Question by Midgley (16 Apr 08 12:53)

Yes, go to www.Ba.com then go to my flights type in your booking ref ( if you don't have this contact travel agent) once you have entered your ref all the details will come up, you will not be able to reserve your seat until 24 hrs before flight when you check in on line.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Midgley - Answered a Question by Midgley (16 Apr 08 13:50)

Thanks folks, can I find out which type of aircraft too .

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Aldrich - Answered a Question by Midgley (16 Apr 08 17:41)

Yes, you can! Log in as it has been described to you, then click on the My Booking tab, then click on where it says the flight number,and it will bring up a little box that gives the aircraft type.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Camilla Edwards's blog

Fred To Enter The River Market

By Camilla Edwards

Fred Olsen have long been one of my favourite cruise lines, Braemar was the first ship I ever did a ” proper cruise”. When I say proper I mean not a mini cruise or ship visit as it was a 14 night Canary Islands sailing.In the last couple of years Braemar has been one of the lines ships that have started to do river cruising. Although in reality it is not really totally river cruising as the ships have been sailing from a UK port – Dover or Southampton.German Waterways sails ...

Read More

May 22 2017 05:10:46:000PM


What Have Audrey Hepburn, Marg...

By Lily Canderton

Lily Canderton's blog

They are all Cruise Ship Godmothers!Every time a new ship is set to launch we still love to guess who will be chosen, Godmothers lists are like reading through ‘Who’s Who’ list for the Rich and Famous (and also not so famous)It is a tradition to have a famous name to christen and bless a new ship and become the Godmother (not so many have Godfathers…)A ship Godmother by tradition is a well known face chosen to name the ship to bestow good luck and divine protection ove...

Read More

May 26 2017 01:42:25:000PM

Friendliest Countries in the World

By Zara Kelly

Zara Kelly's blog

The inspiration for this blog comes from some clients who are travelling to Sri Lanka on holiday this year. I visited the pearl in the Indian Ocean a few years ago, and was blown away by how friendly the country is happy to chat to strangers about spices through to cricket, a passion there!I think speaking to locals give you a real insight into the destination. Other than Sri Lanka, the friendliest place I have been to is Japan, where people will literally stop you in the street if you look ...

Read More

May 22 2017 08:20:02:000AM