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British Airways’ BA Euroflyer Expands Route Offering from London Gatwick

A BA Euroflyrt Airbus A320 (Photo: British Airways)

British Airways announced that it will add five routes to and from London Gatwick Airport. The new connections will begin in March, May, June and December, according to a press release sent by the airline. The flights to Greek, French and Austrian cities are set to be operated by BA Euroflyer.

Schedule to and from London Gatwick – British Airways

Salzburg (SZG): 2 flights weekly starting March 28th
Montpellier (MPL): 3 weekly flights starting May 27th
Corfu (CFU): 3 weekly flights starting May 30th
Mykonos (JMK): 1 flight a week starting June 10th
Innsbruck (INN): 8 weekly flights starting December 8th

Tom Stoddart, Acting CEO of BA Euroflyer, said: “It is exciting to see our short-haul schedule at Gatwick grow. These additional routes are to a broad range of destinations that will suit all manner of travellers from beach lovers and skiers to explorers and adventurers. We have something for everyone departing from London Gatwick.”

The airline has also put its short-haul Gatwick winter schedule on sale on January 4, offering 21 destinations to customers. Ski hotspots include Geneva and Turin, while winter sun destinations include Tenerife and Lanzarote.

The announcement of new routes follows latest news that BA Euroflyer received its Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and Operating Licence from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). This allows it to operate as a subsidiary airline in an equivalent manner to the company’s existing subsidiary, BA Cityflyer, flying under the British Airways brand and delivering the premium British Airways service.

This article was originally published by Sebastián Polito on Aviacionline in syndication with AirlineGeeks.


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