MADRID, 6 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) -
BA Euroflyer, the Gatwick-based subsidiary of British Airways, has added Montpellier, Corfu, Mykonos and Innsbruck to its short-haul route network, as well as a new summer service to Salzburg.
Montpellier (France) is a new addition to the British Airways network, which will operate three times a week in summer from May 27, 2023.
The service to Mykonos (Greece) reinforces the existing summer routes from London Heathrow and London City, while Corfu (Greece) adds to the existing service at London Heathrow.
Eight new weekly flights are added to Innsbruck (Austria) in the winter season, complementing the current six times weekly service from London Heathrow.
BA Euroflyer's summer service to Salzburg, Austria will complement existing winter services from London Gatwick and London Heathrow.
The airline has also launched its winter short-haul program to Gatwick today, offering 21 destinations to customers looking to book winter holidays and city breaks. Ski destinations include Geneva and Turin, while winter sun destinations include Tenerife and Lanzarote.
These new routes are launched after Euroflyer has received the Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) and the Operating License from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). This allows it to operate as a subsidiary airline in a similar way to the company's existing subsidiary, BA Cityflyer, flying under the British Airways brand and offering the premium British Airways service that customers know and love.