Hill, Maureen
October 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);10/9/2009, p23
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's comment on British Airways PLC's (BA) lack of attention towards the business-class travellers it already has. The author presents the reference of her company's Front office clients who travelled from Zambia to London, England in BA's business class. The author criticises BA chief executive Willie Walsh's revelation of the airline's new business-class-only flights from London City to New York.


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