British Airways Executive Club Avios Mileage Earnings Calculator
This utility calculates the number of frequent flyer miles (Avios) members of the British Airways Executive Club scheme can earn on participating British Airways, oneworld and partner flights, taking into account minimum mileage, class of service bonuses, and Executive Club status bonuses.
To use the tool, simply enter the 3-letter airport codes for each leg of your trip. Select the airline you are travelling with, and the fare code you are booked under. Additionally, if you enter your Executive Club status level, the calculator will display the bonus mileage that you will accrue on your trip.
Information is believed to be correct and up-to-date as of 7th March 2016. Note that there are certain earning exclusions depending on the route, airline and fare code - this calculator attempts to be as accurate as possible, but I cannot guarantee the correctness of this data. Also note that the distance, and hence number of Avios earned, may differ slightly in this calculator versus what is displayed on BA's own calculator - this is due to slightly differing great circle calculations. Generally you may find that BA awards you slightly more miles than this calculator suggests you will earn.
Please also note that following the significant Avios and tier points earning changes in April 2015, some of the tier points values on this calculator may not yet be correct. If you notice anything that appears to be wrong, please let me know about it.
Unlike the official BA calculator, it is sometimes possible to enter "invalid" itineraries into this calculator (for instance, entering routes that aren't actually flown by the specified airline, or choosing a fare class that it isn't possible to book on a specific route). The calculator will usually give you a result even if this is the case. To check if an airline actually flies the route in question, please visit their web site.
If you notice any problems or believe any data to be incorrect, please contact me. Any suggestions for improvements are also welcome.