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British Airways now requires photo ID for domestic flights ✈️

Previously, you could travel on British Airways for domestic travel without any form of photo ID. This new policy came into effect on 1 September.

Published by
Caitlin Moore·04/09/2023

From 1 September, a new policy has come into place for British Airways passengers travelling within the UK. You will now require valid photo ID to travel, which can be; a passport; driving licence, provisional or full; EU national identity card; armed forces identity card; police warrant card or badge.

Passengers under the age of 16 do not need to show photo ID when travelling domestically, if they are travelling with an adult who can show valid photo ID.

You can find more information on the British Airways website.

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