Monday, May 15, 2006



In 1997, British Airways began selling tickets online.

Now 81% of journeys on British Airways are by passengers using an e-ticket.

These can now be used on about 150 routes or 70 per cent of the network and more routes are being added each month.

A British Airways spokesman said: "Electronic tickets offer a whole host of advantages. They are secure and hassle-free. They cannot be lost, because they are contained within British Airways electronic system; they can be e-mailed; they can be easily changed through the internet, and travellers do not need a 'replacement' ticket following any changes they make to bookings."



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