On the basis of fleet size, British Airways is the largest full-service airline in the United Kingdom. The airline was formed on March 31, 1974, and has served millions of local and foreign passengers since then. British Airways is the second largest airline in the United Kingdom, after easyJet, in terms of passenger numbers. British Airways, on the other hand, is the UK's premier airline for long-haul trips.
The airline is located at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and travels to more than 200 locations across the world on a daily basis. Apart from that, British Airways has a well-developed local network in the United Kingdom as well as an extensive international route network in Europe.
BA Airlines is a founding member of the One World alliance, the world's third-largest airline alliance. British Airways Reservations collaborates directly with its One World partner airlines to offer customers a number of advantages. British Airways has a network of interline agreements with One World airlines that allow passengers to fly to locations outside of the airline's route network.
Passengers who are unable to check in online or who are unable to check in online can check in at the airport directly. This may be accomplished by going to one of the airport check-in desks and presenting the necessary travel papers. The closing time for airport check-in varies based on the departing airport.