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British Airways 6m
Replying to @stubarney
They can go in either, Stu. I usually put my charger in my cabin bag and spare leads in my checked bag. If you're taking a power bank, it must go in your cabin bag. Beth S.
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British Airways 10m
Replying to @appy003
Are all of your flights on the same booking? If so, the Airport team will rebook your connection. If you have a separate booking for your onward flight, then you will need to call Customer Service. Helen
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British Airways 42m
Replying to @IraKulkarni1
I'm sorry to hear that your bags were delayed, Ira. Power banks are only permitted in hand baggage, so this should not have been in your checked bag. I'm sorry to have to disappoint you, but we can't arrange to have it shipped to your local airport. Beth S.
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British Airways 48m
Replying to @GeorgeAElliott4
Ah, she's an incredible vocalist! We're glad you enjoyed it. Kimbers
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British Airways 53m
Replying to @systolic_monkey
Thanks for your insight, we hope you enjoy your flight! Paul
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @Maps83F1
Hi there, please DM your booking details and I'll check for you! Kimbers
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @4amzzz90
Let us see how we can help with this. Drop us a DM with as much info as possible and remember to include your reference number and full contact details. We may need to confirm you are who you say you are by asking a couple more questions depending on what you need help with. Paul
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @_mrheynongman_
Probably! Would you like us to look at prices for you? Feel free to DM us. Kimbers
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @Gormz83
Hi Niall, could you send us a DM and let us know your World Tracer details? Kimbers
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @appy003
What happened, Arpit? Do you need help? Kimbers
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @EricThompsonP
That's so lovely to hear, Eric! Thanks for the feedback. Kimbers
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British Airways 1h
Replying to @alivialatimer
Likewise, pop us a DM through and we'll do our very best. What a time for something like this to happen! Kimbers
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British Airways 2h
Replying to @the_real_josef
That sounds awful, Josef. It's clear something's gone really wrong here. Could you DM your World Tracer details so we can see what's happening? Kimbers
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British Airways 2h
Replying to @Dani43527597
Drop us a DM with your details and we'll see if we can look into this to help. Si
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British Airways 2h
A very thorough report, thanks for sharing! Ste
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British Airways 2h
Outstanding, JJ! Thanks for sharing the WiFi password too. Ste
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British Airways 2h
Replying to @pip_says
We can't get to Chicago but we'll meet you on arrival if you save us some snacks! Helen
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British Airways 2h
Replying to @urwinsky
Thanks for getting in touch. We'd like to know more about this, Steve. Are you able to get in touch by DM? Ste
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British Airways 2h
Replying to @SaveTheHoneyBee
That sounds unusual, Tristan. We'd advise contacting our Sales team if the problem persists: Paul
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British Airways 3h
Replying to @jujubean25
Thanks for the update. If you needed something for health reasons it would be an idea to get something to eat rather than hang around for a voucher. We can help towards expenses when there's a long delay so you could have possibly claimed it back. Ste
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