This British Airways Sale Has Flights Across the Pond Starting at $497 — When to Book

The sale ends on June 11.

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British Airways is hoping to make dreams of a trip across the pond this summer a reality with its latest flight sale.

The sale, which must be booked by 11:59 ET on June 11, is available across the airline’s 26 different routes in the United States to popular destinations all over the world, British Airways shared with Travel + Leisure. Valid travel dates and blackout dates vary by destination and cabin booked.

“For those dreaming of jetting away this summer – it’s not too late,” Colm Lacy, the chief commercial officer for British Airways, said in a statement shared with T+L. “The British Airways sale includes flight savings to exciting destinations across the UK, Europe, Dubai and India, and big discounts on vacation packages. There’s never been a better time to book that special trip and create memories that will last a lifetime.”

Travel from Los Angeles to Copenhagen with flights starting at just $497 roundtrip, or from San Francisco to London starting at just $548 roundtrip.

Passengers can also fly in style with business class seats to London starting at $2,549 roundtrip from New York or Boston, starting at $2,899 roundtrip from Baltimore or Washington D.C., and starting at $3,599 roundtrip from Los Angeles.

The sale includes travel on British Airways-operated flights as well as flights to Britain and to Europe on the airline’s Oneworld Alliance partners: American Airlines, Iberia, and Finnair.

In addition, British Airways is offering up to $600 off vacation packages. Book a trip from New York to London, for example, starting at $759 per person for a flight and five night hotel package, or book a trip from New York to Rome with a flight and five night hotel package starting at $829 per person.

The sale comes on the heels of JetBlue and British Airways submitting a codeshare agreement to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). If approved, it would join the other codeshare agreements British Airways currently has with American Airlines and Alaska Airlines.

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