To mark the special occasion, British Airways has renamed some of its top destinations on a departure board at Heathrow Terminal 5.

British Airways has compiled a list of top ten European locations to offer its customers inspiration for gift-giving at Father’s Day as well as see dads go further during the special occasion celebrated in their honour. To mark the day, the airline has renamed some of its destinations on a departure board at Heathrow Terminal 5.

A few of the cities included in the effort are Amster-Dad, Kuala Lum-Pa, Abu Daddy, and Cheng-Dad. The move is meant to inject fun and humour into the overall promotional exercise. Meanwhile, the aviation giant’s key Father’s Day picks entail an interesting mix of exotic and exciting journeys for the men of the hour.

Mad for it in Manchester invites travellers to get their hands on a Stone Roses ticket and take their dads to one of the most talked about comeback gigs of the year, which takes place in said city on the day itself. Flights from London to Manchester start from £51 for one-way trips in June.

Football Mad Dad is making it possible to fly to Lyon to cheer on the team when they play on 20 June. British Airways Holidays is offering return flights from London and two nights at the 4 star Holiday Inn Lyon from £339 per person—for those travelling from 19-21 June 2016.

The ‘Reyk’ Stuff allows one to combine a fishing trip and the opportunity to discover Iceland’s beauty with tours available from the Old Harbour to Faxaflói Bay. Flights from London to Reykjavik start from £86 one-way in June.

Meanwhile, Pampered Papa offers flights from Leeds to Heathrow, treating fathers to the ‘Super Charger Men’s’ massage at Mayfair’s Elemis Spa. Flights from London to Leeds Bradford start from £44 one-way in June.

Various other Father’s Day packages are available, with information on the above promotion accessible via the British Airways website. For trips to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Italy, Denmark’s Billund, and more, interested parties can contact the airline’s dedicated hotline at 0344 493 0125.

During the recent 2015-2016 installation of the prestigious World Branding Awards held at London’s Kensington Palace, British Airways emerged as a winner under the programme’s highly competitive airline (national) category, walking away with the title for a second consecutive year.

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