February 06, 2008

British Airways has announced it will run twice-daily flights between London and New York City exclusively for business-class passengers, beginning sometime next year. The company will fly 32-seat Airbus A318 aircrafts between London City Airport, six miles outside of the city's financial district, and a New York City airport to be determined.

Last week, JetBlue Airways introduced a Refundable Fares program that permits passengers to change their reservations or the name on their reservations any number of times, as well as receive a full refund up until the time of scheduled departure. Changes to an itinerary or refund requests can be made online, at jetblue.com, or by phoning the airline directly. Refundable tickets cost between $50 and $100 more than the highest nonrefundable fare.