British Airways has announced it is to increase and add new French flights out of London City Airport as part of its summer schedule.
Firstly, the airline wills double the frequency of its London City Airport to Angers service next summer.
High demand for the flights that go into the heart of the Loire Valley has lead the airline to increase its flights from next March and throughout next summer.
In March and April the airline will operate two flights a week, then, in May it will increase to three flights each week and for June, July and August four weekly flights – on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
What’s more, BA will also introduce a new London City to Bergerac service, one of the country’s most popular wine growing regions, from next May to September. The service will operate four times a week.
The airline will also add three extra weekly flights between London City and Nice, along with one extra Saturday service to Quimper during the peak summer months.
Speaking about the announcement, Luke Hayhoe, British Airways’ General Manager Commercial, London City, said, “With quick and convenient flights from London City Airport, France is one of the most popular countries that our customers want to visit. So we are delighted to add new destinations, extra flights and improved schedules for next summer.”