Posted on: 06 April 2011 by Ross McSweeny
British Airways has responded to demand and increased capacity on its London City–Palma service – operated by BA CityFlyer – by 50% meaning that it will be providing more than 25,000 seats to the Spanish holiday island direct from the Docklands.
The summer only flights had to be extended to the end of October last year to accommodate the number of passengers wishing to take end-of-season breaks in Majorca.
Now with early season demand as well, the three-times-a-week flights – on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays – have just been re-introduced and will increase to six days a week, excluding Saturdays, in July and August.
In addition to the extra frequency BA CityFlyer will operate the flights using its fleet of larger 98-seat Embraer 190s.