Big British Invite to India

Big British Invite to India

‘The Big British Invite’ , new marketing campaign of British Airways for Indian customers in association with VisitBritain is a campaign featuring British people inviting the Indians to visit Britain and experience the joy of it. Chief Yeoman Warder of the Tower of London is one of the Ambassadors.

As per the campaign there are various offers for destinations in the UK such as London, Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and Jersey.

The all-inclusive return fares from Rs 49,120 in World Traveller and Rs 1,50,070 in Club World to London were featured in the first phase of the campaign whichbegan from November 5 in print and digital media.. The second phase will bebigger, as said by the airline company said.

 

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