Canadian travelers flying to London should consider British Airways, the United Kingdoms flagship airline.
British Airways offers direct flights from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. One flight departs daily from each airport with the exception of Toronto, which offers two daily flights to London.
Passengers on British Airways are treated with care and guarantee comfort on flights round the world.
The Executive Club, British Airway's frequent flyer program, offers a multitude of benefits to passengers who sign up. Members earn mileage points by flying with the airline, using a British Airways credit card or staying in a hotel endorsed by the airline.
Three tiers of membership, Blue, Silver and Gold allow passengers to use a priority wait list and purchase British Airways miles. After 50 one-way flights with the airline, Executive Club members are classified in the Silver Category. These passengers have access to British Airways airport lounges when flying with the airline, an additional baggage allowance and priority check-in.
With 1,500 Tier Points, which are different from miles, Silver members are elevated to Gold status. Gold Executive Club members receive upgrades, worldwide lounge access at any time and double miles.
World Traveler discount economy flights to London give passengers 31 inches of space between sweets, a personal entertainment system, three-course meals and a free bar.
British Airways' World Traveler Premium is a non-discount flight which offers wider seats and more space between rows. In addition, laptop power sockets are available incase passengers need to do work while flying.
Business class flights from Vancouver provide passengers with seat-bed cubicles that can become a private personal space. Included are a fold-out table, 10-in TV screen, memory foam headrest and laptop locker. A special Z-setting on the chair is perfect for relaxing and a lie-flat bed allows passengers to sleep.
On British Airways, first class flights to London offer luxury and personal service before customers get on the plane and long after. Passengers can relax in British Airways' airport lounge while they wait to board the plane. After boarding first on the plane, travelers can eat a snack and sip champagne while everyone else boards. On the flight, they can dine on fine cuisine created by world-class chefs.
Upon entering London, first class passengers can freshen up in the arrivals lounge where they can shower, catch up on the daily news and even receive spa treatments.
British Airways recently unveiled a new design for its planes' economy class which will make the cabin more comfortable than ever.