Posted on: 29 October 2013 by Mark Howells
British Airways’ winter schedule from London City Airport, operated by BA CityFlyer, features increased capacity and frequency to some of the carrier’s most popular seasonal destinations.
Extra flights to Madrid and Stockholm start on 29 October, bringing the total number of departures to three a day to both cities.
New routes launched earlier in 2013 to Dusseldorf in Germany and Granada in Spain will continue to operate through the winter and there are an extra three flights a week to Ibiza, bringing the total to five. Flights to Palma will also continue through the winter
The popular ski routes of Geneva in Switzerland and Chambery in France will re-commence on 14 December.Luke Hayhoe, British Airways general manager commercial, London City, remarked, “We are delighted to offer additional flights on these popular routes. We’re the only airline to serve Granada and Ibiza from the UK in winter, and we’ve had a really positive response from our customers .who will also be able to benefit from our new hand baggage only and semi-flex fares from London City.”