Statement from British Airways:



Dear Travel Partner,

We have been proudly flying our customers to and from Europe for more than 100 years, and we will continue to do so, whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations. 

Whilst the full outcome of the UK government and EU negotiations is still unknown, we would like to reassure our partners that we are doing everything possible to ensure the smooth continuation of your customers travel plans.  

There are a few key changes that we need to make you aware of from January 1st 2021:  

For passengers: for the latest information please check the details available on the UK government website for EU citizens coming to the UK and Britons going to Europe.

For agents making or amending bookings: the main change is a withdrawal of the BA marketing code on services that do not touch the UK, for example, intra-European (e.g. ARNHEL, MADAGP) and EU to third country services (e.g. NRTFRA or MADJFK) . This only applies to new bookings from 1 January 2021. Use of EU to third country codeshare will only be permitted if the journey begins or ends in the UK. 

For servicing existing bookings please check batraveltrade.com

Additional detail regarding these changes please use the link to our Trade Support site which we will continue to update over the coming weeks. 

Thank you as always for your support.
 

Kind regards, 
British Airways