Membership in the British Airways Executive Club rewards program is open to individuals that are at least 18 years of age. Residents of certain countries and regions are prohibited from membership.Continue Reading
While the name may make the program sound exclusive, in reality, the Executive Club is a standard airline rewards program open to just about any adult that flies with British Airways.
The countries and regions of residency that are currently prohibited are available at the ba.com website. These countries and regions may change over time. British Airways will notify Executive Club members in advance if their place of residence is going to be added to the exclusion list. British Airways may also refuse membership to any individual at their discretion. Companies and other organizations cannot hold a single Executive Club membership.
Other than these basic requirements, prospective members only need a valid mailing address at which to receive their membership card and correspondence from British Airways.
The program has a tier system that members advance in by earning tier points from flights with British Airways and their subsidiaries and partners. Benefits of the advanced tiers include priority boarding, free seat selection, access to airport lounges and additional baggage allowances.Learn more about Geography