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The number of British passengers on both Heathrow and Gatwick’s Gatwick terminal increased by about 645,000 compared with the same period last year.
The airline was also hit with a number of complaints following a high pressure plane carrying up to 30 passengers had to land at Southampton airport and disembark after a number of delays.
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Image caption An unauthorised aircraft carrying 30 passengers on Saturday is due to depart again at 7:30pm
British Airways says it has recently implemented a new polijarvees.comcy which it hopes will save British Airways as much money as possible.
However passengers have said the extra costs caused by the new arrangements, in the form of extra passport checks, may prove costly.
British Airways told the BBC that the average cost of a passenger’s ticket on British Airways has risen to around £17 in the last year.
„It’s the only airline in the world that pays a little more than that,” said British Airways chief executive Dave McLellan at the time. „We will be doing anything to make it a little cheaper for more customers.”
Image caption The airline told its customers to keep their personal details with them while flying
But the extra costs of having to pay for a more costly air ticket has also affected the company’s revenue.
According to figures released on Wednesday by travel website Expedia, British Airways lost £2.1m from the increased cost of flying, despite net profits of £1.5bn for the year.
British Airways will also face another charge related to its low value brand on the global market on Thursday.
A spokesperson for the airline told the BBC that any difference in the cost of the airfare between the UK and continental regions would have no effect on the airline’s profits.
BBC business editor Jim Pugh says the increase may be a sign of frustration at what he says is a lack of attention by the Government to British Airways problems.
But the airline has also faced criticism for not working out how th