Students can fly to Europe or UK for only $1,211++ with 46kg check-in baggage, thanks to British Airways!
Studying in Europe or UK? Going on that Euro-trip with your besties? Or doing the Eat, Pray, Love route but with a Renaissance vibe?
British Airways invites you to take advantage of its year-round great value student fares starting from S$1,211.
In addition to the special fares, British Airways is continuing its tradition of supporting students from Singapore with the airline’s generous double baggage allowance of up to 46kg for a checked-in baggage and a one piece hand baggage of up to 23kg per person per trip.
The fares include return travel to London and one other destination in the UK or Europe as a flight stop-over, or via Heathrow Express to one of the 16 First Great Western destinations including Bath, Bristol Parkway, Cardiff, Exeter and Oxford.
Students who are travelling to destinations in the UK or Europe, they can enjoy stress-free onward connections at London Heathrow Terminal 5.
These fares are also available for students travelling to the U.S and Australia.
However, the U.S. bound students will not enjoy the benefits of free stopover at a UK or European destination or the complimentary train services.
British Airways offers students flying to the UK and Europe from Singapore a free stopover in another European city or to any one of the 16 First Great Western destinations.
How to book your flights
British Airways’ special student offer is valid for one year. Students from Singapore are urged to take advantage of this exclusive offer by booking with British Airways’ preferred travel agents, namely STA Travel, Price Breaker and Chan Brothers Travel.
Download the app for easier flights
The British Airways app keeps boarding passes safe and receives flight information. Stay up to date and receive instant notifications on flight bookings and boarding updates. Students can also check-in with a peace of mind using the app with only three taps.
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