11 MAY 2015
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From 25 October, when the airline timetables change to the winter programme, and the clocks go back, British Airways will fly three times a week to the Icelandic capital Reykjavik and from 5 December twice a week to the Austrian city of Salzburg, both out of Heathrow.
The new flights are already on sale.
Lynne Embleton, Director of Strategy and Business Units, British Airways, said: “These two new routes will be a great addition to British Airways’ ever expanding short haul network. Reykjavik is a new destination for us, and customers will now have the convenience of flying from Heathrow as well as Gatwick to Salzburg.”
Meanwhile, the airline is also upping its winter flights from Gatwick with seven extra services a week to Faro, Funchal, Seville and Turin.
The extra flights come on top of the recently announced 48 additional flights to 14 European destinations this October half-term from Gatwick.
The additional October services include flights to Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Dubrovnik, Faro, Heraklion, Ibiza, Naples, Malaga, Paphos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki, as well as new routes to Bodrum and Dalaman. www.ba.com
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