If you’re flying between Heathrow and Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Leeds, Newcastle and Belfast then children under 12 will travel free with a full paying adult.
Up to two children can travel free per adult – even during the school holidays.
Tickets must be booked between now and May 13, for flights between June 1 and November 5.
Click here for more information and to book.
Adam Daniels, British Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We know it can be a struggle to keep the kids entertained over the summer holidays.
"Once one break from school finishes parents have to start turning their attention to the next one.
“With so many fantastic tourist attractions and activities for kids across Britain, the offer also looks set to give UK tourism a boost by encouraging families to visit London, the North, Scotland and Northern Ireland for their holidays.”
The airline has also opened a dedicated family check-in zone at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 to speed things up for families heading on holiday.
There's also a free kids' menu at Gordon Ramsay Plane Food and Huxleys Restaurant and Bar in Terminal 5.
Families can also save on getting to Heathrow itself as kids aged 15 and under can travel for free on the Heathrow Express.
Sun Online Travel previously revealed the best quirky theme parks in the UK – which will be perfect for a family day out.
You can also find out the deal on free children's travel on trains across the UK here.
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