6 JULY 2020


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Article from BTNews 6 JULY 2020

London City Airport dates

With the British Airways' Isle of Man service up and running London City Airport will today (6 July) welcome Dundee (Loganair) and Teesside (Eastern Airways) flights.

The airport has published the start-up programme until 1 August with most services daily and a single rotation. September will see BA Cityflyer taking over the defunct Flybe service to Belfast City a move very much welcomed by both airports and worth getting on for a quarter million passengers in 2019.

10 July: BA to Palma, Ibiza, Florence and Malaga
13 July: Luxair to Luxembourg, and KLM to Amsterdam
20 July: BA to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dublin
1 August: BA to Nice, Mahon, Faro and Bergerac

London City has taken the opportunity to create a video called ‘A Little Respect’ which showcases the extra measures that have been added to the passenger experience, to protect their wellbeing and make everyone feel safe at the airport.

The video focuses on how the airport will offer safe, careful and speedy journeys to customers as more domestic and European flights return.  It has taken inspiration from synth-pop duo Erasure to create a friendly and welcoming atmosphere at the capital’s most central airport.

Alison FitzGerald, COO of London City Airport, said: “We want to reassure passengers that it is safe to travel and I hope this video allows them to understand the measures we have taken to protect their health and wellbeing.

“We also hope to demonstrate that, despite additional safety measures, the uniquely important aspects of the customer experience at City have not changed at all. We will still be able offer the fastest airport experience in London and our staff will continue to welcome our customers in a warm, kind and respectful East London way.”

The video can be viewed here


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