A partnership between British Airways and Leeds Bradford Airport means that this summer kids can fly free between LBA and the capital.
The airline is offering free flights for children under 12 who travel with a full paying adult on journeys between Heathrow T5 and Leeds Bradford Airport. Up to two children can fly for free when travelling with an adult - even during the school holidays.
Tony Hallwood, Aviation Development Director at LBA, said: “It’s fantastic to once again offer families the Kids Fly Free option on British Airways between Leeds Bradford Airport and Heathrow Terminal 5; giving them the chance to travel to London and beyond with ease and at great prices.
“Whether travelling to explore the capital or to connect through Heathrow T5, this a great and exciting opportunity for Yorkshire families and I am sure it will once again be a huge success. In addition, it’ll mean that people living in London have a great way of gaining quick access to all of the fantastic tourist attractions across Yorkshire.”
Adam Daniels, British Airways’ Commercial Director, said: “Saving every penny counts when it comes to family holidays, so flying kids for free will make it cheaper to fly away for fun and see more of the UK and Europe this summer.”
Helping to cut holiday costs even further, there are also plenty of family-friendly offers to save customers even more money on the way, with kids-eat-free deals at participating restaurants at Terminal 5, complimentary travel for youngsters on the Heathrow Express and kids stay free offers at selected Hilton Hotels.
The offer can be used on Euro Traveller tickets booked from 10th May to 1st October 2017 for travel from 1st June until 31st October 2017. Find out more and book online at ba.com/kids-fly-free