British Airways


About This Airline


British Airways offers some of the most flexible fare options for stopovers in Asia when traveling to and from the UK and Europe. You have the freedom to include stopovers in major Asian hubs such as Singapore, Bangkok, and Hong Kong. Moreover, you can explore more exotic destinations like Koh Samui, Langkawi, or Bali.


British Airways boasts one of the most extensive European networks among all carriers, ensuring a wide array of European destinations accessible through their gateway to the continent, London. Speaking of London, you can always consider adding a stopover in the English capital while traveling to or from Europe.


The airlines used for British Airways fares on flights between Australia and Asia are:

  • Qantas (Bali, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo to Philippines)
  • Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur and then Kuala Lumpur to other secondary Asia stopovers)
  • Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong and then Hong Kong to other secondary Asian stopovers)
  • Eva Air (Taipei and then Hong Kong to other secondary Asian stopovers)
  • Japan Airlines (Tokyo)


British Airways collaborates with a diverse range of outstanding partner airlines to provide you with extensive travel options to and from a remarkable selection of Asian destinations when journeying between Australia and the UK and Europe. These include the Airlines listed above as well as Qatar Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Bangkok Airways, China Eastern, and Philippine Airlines.


The cities in Asia & Europe British Airways fly too and from?

On British Airways fares to the UK and Europe, you can add stopovers in a huge variety of Asian destinations in Singapore, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Japan and more.


In Europe, you can fly to any of the destinations that British Airways offer services to across the continent, which is just about anywhere & also add a stopover in London.


British Airways Business Class

British Airways has two different seat styles depending on the aircraft, both are lie flat and very comfortable. The newer 1-2-1 configuration can be found on their boeing 777-300er aircraft and it is a beautiful product. The Club Suite are designed to provide maximum comfort and versatility and it doesn’t disappoint. The older style on the 787-dreamliners is still very comfortable, it is in a 2-3-2 configuration with some rear facing seats (same as on Etihad). If you are not expecting the reverse facing seats it can be a shock to the system but once you settle in you realise this style is excellent (possible even preferred) for single and larger groups of 3 or 5 travelling together) All passengers have direct aisle access in either configurations & we found the bed in the older configuration the most comfortable (contentious but true).


British Airways includes all the perks you would expect from a top tier airline and their service is fantastic.


The British Airways Business class airfares from Australia allow multiple stopover options in Asia and include options to most major destinations in Europe


  • Australia to London, Paris, Barcelona & Singapore from $9566.00
  • Australia to Koh Samui, London Rome & Singapore from $9429.00
  • Australia to Bali, London, Naples, Milan & Singapore from $9400.00
  • Australia to Bangkok, London, Dublin & Singapore from $9358.00
  • Australia to Taipei, Singapore, Paris, Nice & Phuket from $9620.00


First Class

British Airways First Class can be a great value First class upgrade alternative. Although it does not compete with the room you will find in the Etihad Apartments or the A380 suites on Singapore Airlines the comfort and superior service offered make it a wonderfully priced upgrade from business class.

If you want First class on all long haul flights the stopover options in Asia become limited to Singapore but there is a still a huge range of European destination you can connect through to and a stopover in London is always possible.


  • Australia to London, Dublin & Singapore from $15951.00
  • Australia to Rome, Hong Kong and Singapore from $16344.00


Premium Economy – World Traveller Plus

British Airways premium economy is in a 2-3-2 configuration on the dreamliners and 2-4-2 on the 777s. It is comfortable and great value compared to other offerings in the market. It comes with all the inclusions you would expect – Wider seats and more legroom in a separate, smaller cabin. Noise-cancelling headphones, more free baggage allowance & priority boarding


  • Australia to Singapore, London & Madrid from $4369.00
  • Australia to Singapore, Koh Samui, London and Amsterdam from $4939.00


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