BA is the abbreviation used for British Airways. All flights associated with British Airways can be found with the “BA” signature on flight timetables and within our FLIO app.
If you see a flight indicated by BA, this flight is run by British Airways. It is then followed by numbers that indicate the specific routing, to and from a destination pair. So, in order to track a British Airways flight, you need to know both the lettered abbreviation as well as the numbers. Pleases note that this number does not necessarily also mean that the flight is actually flown by British Airways: due to the existence of code sharing and alliances, various airlines can share a specific flight routing.
British Airways is the flag carrier and the largest airline in the United Kingdom with its primary hub at London Heathrow Airport, and its secondary hub at Gatwick Airport. Overall this airline is the third largest in Europe and is serving more than 170 destinations worldwide.
You can see the flight details in FLIO by inserting both the letter abbreviation BA as well as the numerical code for the destination pair into our app. In general, each number is unique and consistent over time, so in connection with the date, you can then obtain updates for your personal flight and track if it is on time or delayed.
BA 16, BA 15, BA 11, BA 12, BA 972, BA 2159, BA 2158, BA 275, BA 85, BA 56, BA 209, BA 55, BA 31, BA 32, BA 268, BA 963, BA 974, BA 269, BA 106, BA 969
BA 268, BA 283, BA 254, BA 2272, BA 242, BA 255, BA 243, BA 703, BA 700, BA 5807