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Special Novruz campaign from British Airways

Baku March 6 (AZERTAC). In an attempt to offer residents across Azerbaijan increased opportunities to travel and visit friends and loved ones, British Airways has announced a special fares campaign running until 10 March allowing for travel until the end of July.

With Novruz, the ancient family holiday celebrating the New Year and the coming of spring symbolised by the equinox just around the corner, there has never been a better time for residents in Azerbaijan to give their loved ones the gift of a surprise holiday! Novruz is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the discounted fares British Airways is offering to cities across the UK, Europe, the US and Canada.

“The timely special fares campaign allows families to plan an unexpected holiday at the end of a very busy first quarter,” said Paolo De Renzis, Area Commercial Manager, Middle East and Central Asia. “With an influx of visitors from Azerbaijan into London each year, we are offering these special fares, so that travellers can have an easy, convenient way to fly while enjoying the best of British hospitality.”

British Airways offers six weekly flights to London from Azerbaijan with great opportunities to spend a day or two in the city before catching one of the many connections to onward destinations for those looking to travel further than London.

The discounted air fares will be available across Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller cabins until 10 March 2014, and allows for travel until 31 July 2014. Fares start from as little as 478* EUR to the UK, 473* EUR to Europe, and 743* EUR to the USA and Canada. A full timetable of British Airways' flights to London and beyond is available online at ba.com, where customers can find the lowest fares and book, pay and check-in online for their flights.

 

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