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3 February 2017
On 11 January, British Airways launched its Marks and Spencer Buy on Board product which enables customers to purchase high-quality food on shorthaul flights. In addition, the airline moved its Gatwick operations from the North to the South terminal. The facilities feature a new lounge, upgraded check-in area and easier access to public transport.
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1 Group performance comprises Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia (including Iberia Express) and Vueling. Vueling traffic is currently accounted as non-premium traffic