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It’s not very often you have the chance to ask questions directly to the CEO of a major airline. But, today you do. Join TPG on Facebook Live today at 3:30pm ET as he sits down with the CEO of British Airways, Alex Cruz.
There’s tons of news right now in the airline industry — loyalty program devaluations, reactions to political moves and product improvements and, in some cases, drastic downgrades. And British Airways hasn’t exactly been able to step out of the spotlight in a few of those areas, especially following the historic Brexit vote earlier this year.
Recently, we’ve told you how the carrier is switching to a 10-across configuration on select 777s, how it’s devalued the Pay with Avios option, how it’s cut costs by pulling some Club World amenities, how it’s faced some computer issues that’ve cause outages and more. However, there has been some good news in recent months from the carrier, like adding Wi-Fi to more short-haul flights, announcing new amenity kits and adding new US destinations from the UK, including Fort Lauderdale and New Orleans. Needless to say, there is plenty to ask Cruz!
Leave your questions for Cruz in the comment section of this post. We’ll try our best be ensure your question is addressed. Don’t forget to tune into the Facebook Live from The Points Guy Facebook page at 3:30pm ET today!
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