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With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many Brits have been feeling quite apprehensive about booking a holiday.
Now British Airways has announced it will extend its flexible booking policy through to September.
The airline is currently offering a "Book with Confidence" policy which means you can amend your holiday for free.
Customers will also be given the option to cancel their booking to receive a voucher to use at a later date, instead of a cash refund.
And luckily, the policy also applies for journeys through to August 31, 2021, so you can book a holiday for next year without worrying.
However, it is advised to check the current travel situation before you book by visiting the Foreign Travel Advice website.
As well as the flexible booking policy, British Airways has announced out a few other changes to make it easier for holidaymakers.
Deposits start at £75pp when you book a holiday with the final payment date moved to three weeks before travel.
For more information, visit the official British Airways website.
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Andrew Brem, British Airways' Chief Commercial Officer, said: "We know how hard people work and how much they look forward to their holidays, so we want to give them the confidence to book, safe in the knowledge they can change their booking should they choose to.
"Anyone booking this September who plans to travel all the way up to the end of August 2021, can now take advantage of amazing deals and be reassured their precious holidays are well protected."
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