British Airways to Extend Executive Club Status by One Year

By Kurt Stolz on 11 June 2020
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British Airways announced it that its Executive Club frequent-flyer program would extend elite status to members for an additional 12 months, citing the decline in travel amidst the coronavirus.

“We’re adding 12 months extra onto your Executive Club membership – so you have more time to enjoy your benefits, whenever you’re ready to fly,“ the airline said.

The BA Executive Club will also lower by 25% the threshold required to attain elite status. Going forward, it will take 225 Tier Points or 18 eligible flights to reach Bronze status, 450 Tier Points or 37 eligible flights for Silver, and 1,125 Tier Points for Gold.

In addition, the airline will extend Gold Upgrade Vouchers, Companion Vouchers, and Travel Together Tickets earned from the use of a British Airways credit card by six months.

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