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From October 1, British Airways operated by Comair will begin raising ADMs when payments for domestic and regional flights are made using agency cards.

The airline stipulated that this includes virtual cards, or alternative payment methods such as ENett or Wex. Corporate cards and customer cards, are still accepted for payment.

On June 1, International Airlines Group (IAG) (the holding company for BA, Iberia and Aer Lingus) began raising ADMS when payments were made with agency cards. This applied to BA’s international flights. (TNW May 30 2018 | No. 2496)

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