Members of British Airways’ Executive Club frequent flyer scheme whose point collection renewal date is between January and March 2022 will receive another year of their current status, the airline has announced.
It means that no member will lose their tier status, regardless of how many tier points they have earned will lose their status. The airline has also applied a 25 per cent reduction in the thresholds to achieve various tiers until June 2022: 225 tier points for bronze, 450 for silver and 1,125 for gold.
BA has also announced that silver and gold members will now also be able to enjoy pre-flight dining, which is available at selected North American lounges, including New York JFK, Boston, Chicago and Washington regardless of their cabin of travel.
The airline’s Concorde Rooms in Heathrow Terminal 5 and New York JFK, will also now be accessible to gold guest list members, regardless of how many tier points they earned in the previous collection year.
Niall Rooney, British Airways’ loyalty manager, said: “We want to thank our customers for their continued loyalty. Many of our Executive Club Members haven’t had the chance to use their benefits as normal, by further extending their tier status, none of them will miss out on the amazing benefits they have earned.”