BA Euroflyer, the newest subsidiary of British Airways, has recently added five new routes out of London Gatwick (LGW). These new additions were made to the airport to support the already existing capacity of London Heathrow (LHR) and London (LCY).
BA Euroflyer was launched back in March of 2022 to cost-effectively reinstate the short-haul capacity post-pandemic. And in March of 2023, it will be starting a range of flights across Europe just in time for summer and winter vacationers to travel abroad.
Starting with the launch of three weekly flights to Salzburg (SZG) on March 28 which will be active all through the winter.
Three weekly flights between London and the newest addition to British Airways’ network, the southern French city of Montpellier, will commence this summer,
For the perfect beach getaways, BA Euroflyer will be carrying out British Airways’ existing summer schedules of a weekly flight to Mykonos (JKM) from June 10, 2023, and three weekly flights to Corfu (CFU) from May 30, 2023.
As the winter vacation comes knocking on the door, from December 8 the subsidiary of the mother airline BA will be carrying out an expensive schedule to Innsbruck (INN) from (LGW) with eight flights a week.
Tom Stoddart, the acting chief executive 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 from beach lovers and skiers to explorers and adventurers.
“We have something for everyone departing from London Gatwick.”
The Executive Club Members of British Airways can also reap the membership benefits across the whole BA Euroflyer network.
The carrier received Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and operating license from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in December 2022, so now it can branch out operations from British Airways. It currently operates over 40 flights across Europe.
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