I’m thinking of drawing my pension

Before you draw your pension, you have some important decisions to make, for example:

  • when exactly you retire - at your Normal Retirement Age or earlier or later
  • what exactly you want to get out of your pension and how to best achieve your aims
  • your choices including exchanging a pension for a lump sum and what you want from any Additional Voluntary Contributions (AVCs) you have within NAPS.

Remember, you're planning for the long term. Try to think about every possibility for you and your family.

Don't be put off by these important decisions and, don't forget, we're here to help!

Do you have benefits in the British Airways Pension Plan (BAPP)?

BA introduced BAPP for its existing employees on 1 April 2018. Don’t forget to also ask for details of your BAPP account value and options. Contact Aviva Life & Pensions on 0345 030 7964 or log into your BAPP account via the BA intranet.

We run regular sessions designed to make sure that you fully understand the benefits and options you have with your NAPS pension. There's no need to book, please just come along!

Details of our events:

Venue Type of session Date and time Notes
T5 EEA Airside NAPS Briefing 8 April
13:00 - 14:30
T5 EEA Airside NAPS Briefing 12 April
13:00 - 14:30
T5 Forum (Landside) NAPS Briefing 8 May
9:00 - 11:00
Room L1065, Training Room South, 1st Floor
T5 Forum (Landside) NAPS Briefing 15 May
9:00 - 11:00
Room L1065, Training Room South, 1st Floor
T5 Ramp Restroom (Airside) NAPS Briefing 21 May
15:00 - 17:00
T5 Ramp Restroom (Airside) NAPS Briefing 28 May
15:00 - 17:00
T5 Ramp Restroom (Airside) NAPS Briefing 4 June
15:00 - 17:00

Pre-retirement seminars are open to current and former employees who are interested in retirement planning. The seminars are currently held at the Hilton Garden Hotel, Hatton Cross TW6 2SQ.

To book a place, contact Julie Peters on 020 8513 2000 or email: membership@baclubs.com

Please note there is a £10 fee which covers attendance and refreshments.

2019 Seminar dates:
27 Feb
10 April
31 May
17 July
02 September
14 October
04 December


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