British Airways, the national airline of the United Kingdom, serves most destinations and passengers, therefore making BA the largest full-service airline in the United Kingdom. British Airways is also the owner of two subsidiary airlines, BA CityFlyer and EuroFly. The airline is also the second-largest airline in the United Kingdom, behind easyJet, in terms of passengers carried but remains the dominant airline for long-haul flights that are flying from the UK.
If you're wanting to experience a multi-city trip and are looking to book all your flights with British Airways in the same transaction, then we're here to help at Alternative Airlines.
To help you book your multi-city British Airways flights with Alternative Airlines - we've created a helpful step-by-step guide on how to use our multi-city search tool. It's easy to manage your multi-city flights with Alternative Airlines, simply log into your Alternative Airlines account to see everything all in one place and even have the option to add extras such as seat selection or extra baggage.
Use our search form to find and book multi-city flights with British Airways.
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Multi-city flights, also referred to as multi-stop flights, are flights between 2 or more cities/destinations that occur all in one trip. As an example, if you're wanting to visit Australia but want to explore multiple parts of the country, you may begin your trip in Melbourne, fly from Melbourne to Sydney and then Sydney back to Heathrow.
Connecting flights (or transfers) are different to multi-city flights as they often don't let you spend much time in each city you land in, generally about 2-3 hours maximum. When booking a British Airways multi-city flight, you have the freedom to explore each destination for as long as you desire, letting you make the most of your trip.