British Airways has today announced the release of 50,000 extra Club World Avios seats.

If you were looking to travel between 16th December 2018 and 31st March 2019, there’s a good chance that you’ll find additional Club World availability has been added.

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Which routes are included?

BA say they have released additional reward availability on the following routes:

Flights from London Gatwick

  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Tampa
  • Orlando
  • Las Vegas
  • San Jose (Costa Rica)
  • New York (JFK)
  • Mauritius

Flights from London Heathrow

Abuja, Accra, Amman, Atlanta, Austin, Bahrain, Baltimore, Bangalore, Beijing, Beirut, Boston, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Calgary, Cape Town, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Dubai, Durban, Houston, Jeddah, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Lagos, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, Montreal, Moscow, Nairobi, Nashville, New Orleans, New York (JFK), New York (EWR), Philadelphia, Phoenix, Rio de Janeiro, Riyadh, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santiago, Sao Paulo, Seattle, Seoul, Seychelles, Shanghai, Singapore, Tel Aviv, Tokyo (NRT), Toronto, Vancouver and Washington.

How to book

Visit as normal and search for Club World reward availability. You can utilise the added reward seats to book straightforward Club World redemptions or look to use it to upgrade a Premium Economy ticket.

The additional reward seats are bookable until 2nd December 2018.


I did wonder what was happening on Sunday night when a particular route I’ve been watching closely suddenly showed Avios availability in business class for the entire January and February 2019, allowing me to book. I definitely wasn’t complaining though!

If you had your eye on a particular destination, it’s well worth heading over to to see if you can snag some of the newly-added Avios seats.

Or better still, if you thought you’d left it too late to book Christmas travel, act fast and you may just be able to get away in Club World somewhere.

Have you managed to book any of the extra Club World seats?


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