Susan and David are the most popular names among frequent flyers, British Airways revealed today as it launched its worldwide sale.
Data from over 70,000 of the airline’s Gold card holders showed Susan to be the top women’s name among regular customers followed by Sarah, Elizabeth, Karen, Maria, Caroline, Jane, Helen, Catherine and Alison.
David led the men, followed by John, Michael, Andrew, Paul, Peter, Mark, Richard, Robert and James.
The most frequently flown destination for British Airways gold card members is New York.
The airline conducted the research ahead of its worldwide sale that is now on. And the option to fly like a gold card holder becomes even easier from tomorrow, December 30, 2011, when First class seats to St Lucia become available from £3,101 (saving up to £2,028) and to Barbados and Grenada from £3,113 (saving £1,998 and £2,048 respectively). Bermuda is also benefiting from great savings including First class seats from £3,413 (saving up to £1,547) and Club World from just £1,913 (saving up to £1,045).
Also on sale from December 30 are Club World (business class) bargains from Gatwick with prices from £1613 to Barbados (saving £740), Antigua (saving £736), the Dominican Republic (saving £813), St Kitts (saving £793), Tobago (saving £775) and St Lucia (saving £765). Club World to Kingston is available from just £1013 (saving up to £958).
Andrew Crawley, British Airways’ commercial director, said: “If you aren’t lucky enough to be called David or Susan, now could be the time to try out the option of flying like them.”
The sale runs until January 24, 2011.
December 29, 2011 116/KW/11