Passengers who are under age of 12 years can fly around the UK and even abroad too.
From 1st of June, passengers, who are less than 12 years old, will be able to travel for free on British Airways flights from London Heathrow Airport at six destinations.
As the British Airways website states, children will be able to fly to Belfast, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Inverness and even to Danish city Billund, where well-known amusement park Legoland is located.
On the terms of the “Kids fly for free” action, a kid can fly in these destinations – back and forth – only being accompanied by one adult person, at least. Though, it will be necessary to travel with hand luggage or pay for extra baggage. Action offer will function throughout the whole summer and during the school holidays till 31st of October this year.
Special offer for the entire family includes more than only a flight, also it offers free travel for children by train Heathrow Express, which runs between London Heathrow Airport and Paddington Station.
Plus to those terms of action, children can have free meals at Terminal 5, in Heathrow, as well as get preferential terms in chosen hotels.