From 1st June to 31st October, two children under 12 will fly entirely free when accompanied by an adult.
Applicable routes to or from London Heathrow are:
Billund (in Denmark, home of Legoland!)
There are genuinely no catches attached to this offer.
You pay the standard lowest adult fare for your flight as shown on ba.com
The kids (under 12) are entirely free – you don’t even pay taxes
Two children can travel per adult
You can book a one-way or return flight
There are no minimum stay requirements, no ‘Saturday night’ rule and no minimum booking period although there is a comment that “Blackout periods apply on some destinations”
You can find full details at ba.com here.
If you are travelling on this offer, BA has also arranged a ‘kids eat free’ deal at Giraffe in Heathrow Terminal 5 – see the small print on ba.com for details.
The offer only works for point-to-point trips to or from Heathrow – you won’t find a trip such as Leeds – Heathrow – Berlin gets any cheaper if booked as one ticket.
Remember that children under 16 travel free on Heathrow Express now. Given that adult tickets can cost less than £6 one-way when booked in advance, this does give the potential for a cheap family break in London.
Note that the terms and conditions specifically state that you will be in trouble if you book two child tickets along with a ticket for yourself – in order to reserve a full row of seats for yourself – and then you turn up at the airport without any kids …..!
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