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Kids Can Fly for Free in Europe This Summer: Here’s How

British Airways is offering a phenomenal deal you just can’t pass up

There is no better time for families to travel through Northern Europe and the U.K. than this summer, especially those with children under 12 years old. British Airways is offering an amazing deal where children under the age of 12 will be able to fly for free between London’s Heathrow Airport and the cities of Inverness, Leeds, Edinburgh, Belfast, Newcastle, and Billund.

 

This provides a perfect excuse to use those vacation days to do something fun with your children while they’re off from school for summer break. Who isn’t looking for a reason to travel more? And with this deal, it only makes sense that you would. Keep your children busy and show them the world at a lower cost than it would be any other time of year.

 

These days airlines will charge passengers for practically anything, so the fact that British Airways is providing this perk is wonderful. The ticket covers both legs of your trip (to and from your destination) and can only be redeemed with a fully paid-for adult ticket. The tickets must be booked anytime between May 10 and October 1, 2017, through Euro Traveller tickets, and the flight must be between June 1 and October 31, 2017.

 

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