New Delhi, Sep 28 (UNI) British Airways (BA) is set to take stress out of air travel by launching a facility to pay online for bookings made on its website ba.com BA customers now have an option to book, pay, manage their own booking, check in and print their boarding pass from their computer.
In addition, passengers can also get a special rate if they pay for their excess baggage online.
''We expect the new travel procedure will allow our customers to have more control over their booking, use their time more effectively, and receive up to date guidance and help, giving them a better overall travel experience,'' said BA's area commercial manager for south Asia Amanda Amos.
BA has been operating in India for 78 years and currently operates 43 flights per week from five cities in India to London Heathrow to connect to its worldwide network of more than 145 destinations in over 70 countries.
It has double daily services to Mumbai, double dailies connecting Delhi and London, three times per week to Kolkata, five flights a week from Chennai and a daily operation from Bangalore.
BA has been investing significant resources in making the passenger travel process much easier by embracing the benefits of technology and automating many processes involved in planning, booking and travelling with the airline.