London City Airport has resumed international flight operations as quarantine regulations are lifted on various destinations, according to Breaking travel news. There is a strong demand from travelers for the flights returning to popular European holiday destinations from the airport.
Passengers are looking forward to safe travel
Flight bookings from British Airways’ subsidiary BA CityFlyer have exceeded expectations, with passengers looking forward to safe travel conditions and new rules to have a well-deserved holiday.
London City Airport chief commercial officer, Richard Hill, said: “Today marks the start of the summer getaway season, and it’s clear that customers value the safe, careful and speedy environment that we’ve created. I’m also delighted to see BA CityFlyer back operating from their home airport.”
He added: “Our partnership has been tremendously successful in the past and I am confident that it will be again, especially with more leisure routes like Nice, Mahon, Faro, and Bergerac to follow, as well more daily rotations to Malaga, Ibiza, and Palma. Looking ahead, I anticipate we’ll see more of our airline partners re-starting services in the coming weeks, encouraged by the demand we’re experiencing in the London market,” he added.
BA CityFlyer resumed flights to Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Málaga, and Florence. These initially daily flights will be joined from Monday by daily KLM flights to Amsterdam and Luxair flights to Luxembourg. BA CityFlyer will add flights from London City Airport to other popular European destinations: Nice, Mahon, Faro, and Bergerac, from August 1st