British Airways Increases Spring Frequencies to Popular Destinations
London, UK - Feb 21, 2020 (PRN):
British Airways is adding more flights to some of its most popular destinations in the US and South Africa from April*.
The airline will be increasing its services from Heathrow to Miami, Seattle and Cape Town, offering those customers who want to travel during the busy spring period more flexibility.
Neil Chernoff, British Airways’ Director of Network and Alliances, said; “We know that these destinations in the US and Africa are highly sought after, particularly during Spring, so we are pleased to be able to offer more flights to these destinations for our customers who are looking to get away.”
British Airways recently announced that it would be increasing services next winter from Gatwick to Cape Town, St Lucia and Cancun. The airline will also be launching six new European routes starting from July from Heathrow to Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro and Turkey.
As always, members of the British Airways Executive Club can earn Avios on their British Airways booking. Avios can be spent on Reward flights, upgrades, hotels, car rental and cutting the cost of a flight. When using Avios part payment, customers can pick from a range of savings by destination and cabin and they still collect Avios and Tier Points on their bookings.
Notes to editors
*Increased services will vary by destination and may be subject to change:
· Cape Town will increase by three services a week From March 30 until April 19
· Seattle will increase by a daily service from May 1 until May 31
· Miami will increase by a daily service from April 1 until May 3
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