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BA EuroFlyer is a subsidiary airline of the UK's flag carrier, British Airways. The airline is being created to offer a competitive and lower cost product for travellers and allow British Airways to better compete with low-cost rivals Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizz Air. BA plans to operate its services from London Gatwick Airport to a range of European destinations. It is planned that BA EuroFlyer will begin services in March 2022 to 35 destinations using 3 Airbus A320 before gradually increasing this for summer 2022. Although the airline will be a subsidiary of British Airways it will still be labelled with British Airways livery and branding as well as its cabin and service products. Initially, upon the launch of BA EuroFlyer, British Airways will operate the services until the airline gains its own AOC (Air Operators Certificate) and aircraft transferred to it by BA.

Baggage Policy

The carry-on and checked baggage allowance rules for BA EuroFlyer have yet to be confirmed.

Carry-on Baggage

BA EuroFly carry-on baggage allowance is yet to be confirmed.

The carry-on baggage allowance depends on the route you're flying and the fare class you booked. Please check your e-ticket for more details.

As a general rule, any item onboard must fit within the overhead lockers and under the seat. All items will be checked by security.

Checked Baggage

BA EuroFly checked baggage allowance is yet to be confirmed.

Checked baggage allowance depends on the route and the fare class you purchased. Any baggage exceeding 32kg (70lb) and/or oversized won't be accepted as checked baggage or additional fees may apply.

Cabin Classes

BA EuroFlyer officially operates 2 cabin classes - Euro Traveller and Club Europe.

Euro Traveller

British Airways has hinted that the new BA EuroFly will also be dual-class like the mainline airline with economy and business. It is unsure what the Euro Traveller product will be yet, but it is noted that complimentary snacks and water will be provided as well as a generous baggage allowance and free seat selection 24hrs in advance. More information will be provided nearer the launch date.

Club Europe

Club Europe is British Airways's European business class which will also be available on BA EuroFly. As the airline hasn't formally launched yet information regarding this is limited. However, it is known that these passengers will receive a generous baggage allowance and a full complimentary meal. It will be clearer what the business class product on BA EuroFlyer will look like once launched.

In-Flight Entertainment

It is not expected that BA EuroFlyer will have inflight entertainment installed as it will operate primarily European routes. However, it may be possible that the airline installs wifi connectivity for an additional cost. However, this hasn't been specified by British Airways yet.


Online and airport check-in times are yet to be confirmed by the airline.

Online Check-In

BA EuroFly online check-in details have yet to be confirmed but it's likely to follow the British Airways check-in deadline.

Passengers can check-in online from 24 hours before the flight. Once online check-in is completed, you'll obtain your boarding pass ready to fly.

To complete online check-in, you'll need your trip and passenger details. You're recommended to check-in online prior to arriving at the airport to save time queuing.

Airport Check-In

BA EuroFly airport check-in details have yet to be confirmed, but it's likely to follow the British Airways check-in deadline.

Airport check-in deadline closes 60 minutes before scheduled departure time at London Gatwick Airport. Otherwise, check-in counters close 45 minutes before the scheduled departure time.

Food & Drink

British Airways has stated that all passengers will receive complimentary water and snacks with the option of purchasing meals onboard via the airline's Speedbird menu. The airline has also said that anyone travelling in Club Europe on BA EuroFlyer will also receive a complimentary meal.

Frequent Flyer Program

Executive Club

Flying with BA EuroFly allows you to collect Avios when you fly, then you can spend it on flights, hotels, car hire and other British Airways partners. The more points you earn flying with British Airways/BA EuroFly, the more benefits you'd enjoy.

Your Avios points can be spent on reward flights, a flight upgrade, free baggage and/or seats, hotel stays, wine and many more. For more information, please visit the British Airways website for more information.

Airline Alliance


As an airline subsidiary of British Airways, BA EuroFly will become an affiliate member of the oneworld alliance, like sister airline BA CityFlyer. British Airways is one of the founding members of the Oneworld alliance, which include Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways, Qantas, Finnair, American Airlines and 8 other members. The alliance offers flights to more than 1,000 alliances in more than 170 territories. If you fly with BA EuroFly, you'll be able to enjoy the facilities that are offered by other Oneworld members.

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Destinations that BA EuroFlyer flies to

In December 2021 British Airways announced that they will begin operating to 35 destinations upon its launch.

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BA EuroFlyer hasn't confirmed the fleet it plans on operating as of yet. However, British Airways have stated that the airline will begin operating with 3 aircraft before expanding to 18 by the end of May 2021. It is expected that the airline will use a fleet of Airbus A320 family aircraft.

Hub Airport

London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is one of the busiest airports in the UK, located in the south of London, near Crawley, England. The airport has two terminals, the North and the South Terminal, and a single runway. At pre-pandemic levels, the airport is accommodating over 46 million passengers, offering flights domestically and internationally.

Airlines serving the airport include Aer Lingus, Air Malta, Air Transat, easyJet, Ryanair, Emirates, Icelandair, Qatar Airways, TAP Air Portugal, TUi Airways, Turkish Airlines, Vueling, WestJet and Wizz Air.