There are certain taxes, fees and carrier charges that are applied to your booking by British Airways, airport operators, governments or other authorities. Here you will find an explanation of those taxes, fees and carrier charges.
These are included in the price of your ticket and are levied by airport operators, governments, or other authorities.
Some airports may levy local taxes, fees or charges against passengers upon arrival or departure. These are not included in the price of your ticket and should be paid locally.
Government and/or airport taxes are refundable, however some countries will apply a Value Added Tax, Sales Tax or equivalent, which will only be refunded on fully flexible tickets.
British Airways applies a carrier imposed charge to reflect the fluctuating price of worldwide oil.
The charge is based on flight duration and applies to all passengers, including children and infants travelling on British Airways operated international and domestic services.*
On US flights, British Airways imposes a carrier charge as part of the total price of the airline ticket, which you may see stated separately in certain displays during the booking process or on your final e-ticket receipt.*
*In line with the fare rules, a refund of the carrier charge can be made on fully flexible tickets only with unused flights in your itinerary.
British Airways applies an online booking fee, from certain countries, for flight bookings made on ba.com.
|For tickets originating in||ba.com booking fee per person per ticket (or equivalent)|