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New Gatwick Hotspots for British Airways this Summer

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 27 March 2008

This summer, British Airways is launching new routes from Gatwick to the following European hotspots, Alicante, Antalya, Faro, Genoa, Gibraltar, Ibiza, Malaga, Malta, Palma, Paphos, Poznan and Tunis.

British Airways' commercial director Robert Boyle said, "As one of the only shorthaul, full service carriers at Gatwick, we combine low fares with complimentary food and drink, pre-allocated seats and the opportunity to join the BA Executive Club.

"We also provide a choice of two cabins. Club Europe, for business and premium leisure customers with dedicated lounge facilities, and Euro Traveller. Customers in Euro Traveller at Gatwick can upgrade to Club Europe for 59 one-way."

Other highlights of British Airways' summer 2008 schedule include increased flights to the US from Heathrow and new routes from London City airport.

Flights to Dallas and Houston move from Gatwick to Heathrow following the implementation of phase one of the EU US Open Skies agreement. This summer, the airline will fly 41 times per day to 18 US destinations.

Flights to Algiers will move from Gatwick to Heathrow and Warsaw flights will move from Heathrow to Gatwick.

New route from Heathrow to Malaga.

New routes from London City to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Nice and Warsaw.

Flights from Heathrow to Detroit, Gatwick to Aberdeen, Nice, Prague and Reykjavik and from London City to Milan Malpensa will be suspended.

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