It’s all go over at British Airways. Just weeks after we brought you news of their shiny new Club World and Club Europe services, they’ve announced a series of new European routes.
It has been revealed that the airline will now be operating flights from London City Airport, to Paris, Prague and Reykjavik.
The new routes may lead to some disruption for passengers. Flights to and from Paris Orly will be transferred from London Heathrow to City Airport in October. Those who have already booked their tickets will be offered the option of a full refund if this does not suit their needs.
BA already flies to four French destinations from the Docklands airport, but for the first time they will also be offering flights to Prague, Czech Republic and Reykjavik, Iceland.
Reykjavik will be a winter only route and will replace the twice weekly flights to Granada, which is a summer only route. BA will offer three flights a day to Orly Monday to Friday and one on Saturday and Sundays. There will be six flights a week to Prague.