21 MARCH 2016

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Article from BTNews 21 MARCH 2016

Gatwick’s new routes

At the same time as it announced its busiest ever February with 2.7m passengers passing through the airport Gatwick has confirmed 20 new long haul routes for this year with Cathay to Hong Kong, Norwegian to Boston and the return of British Airways to New York the highlights.

  • Boston, USA (Norwegian)
  • Calgary, Canada (West Jet)
  • Cayo Coco, Cuba (Thomas Cook)
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka (Thomson)
  • Edmonton, Canada (West Jet)
  • Freetown, Sierra Leone (Fly Salone)
  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong (Cathay Pacific)
  • Lagos, Nigeria (Air Via)
  • Liberia, Costa Rica (Thomson)
  • Lima, Peru (British Airways
  • New York, USA (British Airways)
  • Oakland, USA (Norwegian)
  • Orlando, USA (Thomas Cook)
  • Saint Johns, Canada (West Jet)
  • San Jose, Costa Rica (British Airways)
  • Toronto, Canada (Air Canada)
  • Toronto, Canada (West Jet)
  • Vancouver, Canada (West Jet)
  • Varadero, Cuba (Thomson)
  • Winnipeg, Canada (West Jet)

www.gatwickairport.com

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