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Article from BTNews 7 SEPTEMBER 2020

London City Airport

The build-up of services from the East London airport continues but at a slow rate.

LOT returns but only from Vilnius (VNO).  Warsaw (WAW) waits.

Amsterdam (AMS) is the most popular destination from London City Airport (LCY) and is currently three times daily with KLM.  

British Airways Cityflyer will this week reintroduce single daily services to Dublin (DUB), Edinburgh (EDI) and Glasgow (GLA).  Florence (FLR) also continues.

The BA holiday routes to Malaga (AGP), Faro (FAO), Ibiza (IBZ), Palma Majorca (PMI) continue into September, but are being gradually withdrawn, the aircraft seemingly transferred for use on the return of single daily flights to Belfast City (BHD) today Monday 7 September), Frankfurt (FRA) likewise, with Berlin (TXL) following the next week and Dusseldorf (DUS) on 21 September.

Air Antwerp (ANR) returns on Monday 14 September and will operate two return flights on weekdays (in the morning and in the evening) and one on Sunday evening.

Loganair offers on a daily basis Dundee (DND) and the Isle of Man (IOM), whilst Eastern has now withdrawn its London City (LCY) operation in preparation for the introduction of a Teesside International Airport (MME) flights to Heathrow (LHR) on Monday 14 September. (See BTN 10 August)

No news yet on Swiss to Geneva (GVA) and Zurich (ZRH) nor Lufthansa to Frankfurt (FRA) and Munich (MUC).

www.londoncityairport.com

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