A member of British Airways' social media team accidentally promoted flights from the airline's biggest rival Virgin Atlantic this weekend.
The company shared a Virgin Atlantic post that encouraged customers to fly to London with Virgin.
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Richard Branson's airline even spotted that it had been shared and responded: "Thanks British Airways! So kind of you to share! #onethingweagreeon #flyvirginatlantic".
BA's Facebook followers took to the social media platform to comment on the post.
Paul Hayford said: "Did somebody click the 'share post' button by mistake?"
Steven Dalgleish wrote: "Wow someone at BA with a sense of humour about time".
Alfian Basir said: "BA sharing some lurrrve..."
The post was later updated, with the airline writing: "Finally we agree on something except for how to get there. #FlyBAtoLondon."
The airline has 2.5 million Facebook followers, while Virgin Atlantic has 510k.
A Virgin Atlantic spokesperson told the Daily Mail: "We were quite surprised to see that British Airways shared our post, however, on this occasion, we do agree with them that Virgin Atlantic is the only way to fly.'