Welcome to the third installment of our #FF or #FollowFriday feature! Each Friday, we’re listing 5 ‘tweeps’ we think will satisfy your hankering for travel inspiration. And if there’s an account you think we ought to be following, please do share it with us @Cheapflights.
If you missed them, make sure you check out weeks one and two. This week we’re concentrating on the best airlines to follow. Aware of the its power to reach thousands of people at once, many of the world’s airlines are using Twitter to communicate deals, news, advice and customer service to new and existing passengers. Below, we list the best 5.
Instant customer relations, competitions and news, all underpinned by Virgin’s legendarily slick PR persona.
Keep abreast of limited time and limited availability offers from one of the US’ foremost carriers.
Piloted by one woman – Christi McNeil – Southwest Airlines’ twitter feed is dedicated to resolving issues, running competitions and alerting customers to issues with their own website.
This often charming and funny feed offers top-notch customer service and worthwhile opinion on (and alerts to) travel content produced by other sources.
Active from 9am-5pm (GMT) Monday to Friday, British Airways busily tweet customer service, competitions and insider travel advice.