British Airways has recently increased the number of destinations it serves with a larger timetable of flights for its passengers. Long haul services to Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Bahrain have begun.
Flights to Grenada are scheduled to return on October 14, while flights to the Seychelles will return on October 16.
Lahore is a new addition to the British Airways’ route network
This will begin on October 12. Apart from this, new Heathrow services to the Maldives and Barbados will commence from October 16 and 17 respectively.
With respect to short-haul, Brussels, Stuttgart, Dublin, Milan Linate, Dusseldorf, Gothenburg, Seville, and Valencia have already begun. Bilbao, Kefalonia, and Luxembourg have also resumed,
Later this month, services will also resume to destinations including, Gran Canaria, Billund, Cologne, Bordeaux, Malta, Basel, Brindisi, Vienna, Salzburg, and Zagreb.
Neil Chernoff, Director of Network and Alliances, British Airways said, “We are glad to be returning to more destinations this month, connecting the UK with more and more countries around the world. With increases in both long and short-haul services, there is a destination for anyone, and with our enhanced safety measures we hope this encourages people to start planning their next getaway.”