British Airways to accept PayPal from early 2011

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PayPal have announced a major win in the UK, with British Airways to start accepting PayPal in early 2011 for online flight payments.

John Mornement, Head of Selling and Distribution at British Airways said “We are pleased to offer more choice to our online customers and we look forward to introducing PayPal on in the new year.” From 2011 business and leisure travellers will be offered the choice of paying by PayPal when booking flights at

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  1. So does that mean I can go on a flight and if it is delayed open a dispute to say it’s not what was expected?

  2. Looking closely at PayPal’s latest changes to Buyer Protection Policies — note that airline tickets are excepted from the full policy criteria.


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