I've tried to get a firm answer from BA, but have so far failed to do so.
Here's the question or problem.
Suppose I book a return on BA from Denver to LHR. On that one (either flight) I'm a World Traveller on that, and am allowed to check 2 bags.
I then stop in the UK for a few days, and then go on to Budapest, returning to the UK after a couple of weeks. On that one,I am a Euro Traveller, and am allowed one checked bag.
While it's sort of irrelevant, I then stop in the UK again for a few days before returning to Denver.
OK - I understand all that. I can deal with it, and just did, last November. It really meant that I actually could have only one checked bag from Denver and had to make sure that my purse, etc, would fit into my carry-on, as it would have to on the LHR-BUD flight. No big deal.
But here's the question I can't get BA to answer. My actual e-ticket for this lot (all on the same ticket) stated that I could have 2 checked bags even as a Euro Traveller.
I can understand that if one were continuing on, and having baggage checked through. But if, as I was, stopping over, what happens?
Frankly, I didn't want to argue about that at airports, so I managed with one all the way. (A small one, as I can't handle a big one.)
I can't seem to get a clear answer on this from BA. Have any of the rest of you encountered this, and what happened?