Great British Airways Flight Offers from [Pounds Sterling]49; SEE PAGE 45 FOR DETAILS OF HOW TO BOOK THIS AMAZING EVENING STANDARD OFFER

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Great British Airways Flight Offers from [Pounds Sterling]49; SEE PAGE 45 FOR DETAILS OF HOW TO BOOK THIS AMAZING EVENING STANDARD OFFER


Terms and conditions - Applicants must be aged 18 or over and resident in the UK ("Applicants"). The Promoters reserve the right to verify the eligibility of any Applicant.

If booking offline applicants must quote two passwords from the five printed in the paper this week. Online booking will require no passwords. Fares are available for booking Tuesday 2 March to Saturday 6 March inclusive.

Applicants can make a booking using the unique website address published exclusively in the Evening Standard.

Alternatively bookings can be made by telephoning British Airways Plc ("BA") on 0845 60 60 747 or by visiting any British Airways Travel Shop, stating a wish to take up this offer and quoting two passwords, as printed in the Evening Standard. Bookings may also be made by visiting any travel agent displaying the British Airways Preferred Partner sign and quoting two passwords. Payment must be made in full at the time of booking. Inbound and Outbound flights must be booked at the same time. All online bookings for this promotion on ba.com must be paid for with a valid credit card issued in the UK with a UK billing address. The Applicant travelling must be the credit card holder and must bring the credit card to the airport for check-in. All online bookings for this promotion on ba.com will be issued as eTickets, where applicable. All outbound travel with this offer must be made between 19 March and 30 November 2004 inclusive, unless otherwise stated. Inbound travel must be booked at time of purchase. There is no minimum stay applicable to this offer. All fares quoted include taxes, fees and charges. A [pounds sterling]15 surcharge (per passenger) will be added for bookings made through British Airways Travel Shops and via BA's call centres. BA reserves the right to change these fares in the event of further charges made by the government or airport authorities. Fares accessed through BA Preferred Partner Travel Agents may be variable. All child bookings will be charged at the standard adult rate.

Infant bookings will be charged at 10 per cent of the adult rate. Flights are subject to availability and capacity control. There is no guarantee that you will be able to purchase tickets on your preferred flight. The number of seats available at the lowest advertised fare on each flight for the purpose of this offer is restricted.

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