British Airways Announces New Service to Spain

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UK based British Airways has announced changes to its 2013 summer schedule, to include a new route.

The airline is offering weekend services to Ibiza, in Spain, from London Heathrow airport, from April 27, 2013. The airline currently offers services to the White Isle from both London City and Gatwick airports. The airline is also introducing flights to Spain from London Heathrow airport to Palma, commencing from March 31, 2013, and from Gatwick airport to Lanzarote commencing from March 31, and Tenerife from Gatwick commencing from March 29, 2013.

The airline has also announced that it is moving its services to Leeds Bradford and Zagreb from London Heathrow airport Terminal 1 to Terminal 5.

From March 31, 2013, the beginning of the airline’s summer schedule, flights to Leeds Bradford will be reduced from four to three flights per day, while winter schedule flights to Dublin, in Ireland, and Tripoli, in Libya, will be continuing into the summer schedule. The airline is offering up to 53 flights per week to Dublin, and three flights a week to Tripoli.

For the summer schedule, the airline is also offering a yearlong service to Almaty, in Kazakhstan from April 2, 2013. The airline will be terminating its service to Tbilisi in Georgia by March 2013, in favour of the service to Almaty, which will operate out of Terminal 5 at Heathrow.

For international travellers, British Airways is offering complimentary hotel rooms to visitors to UK as part of its endorsement of the Big British Invite promotion, in partnership with VisitBritain, the official tourism website for Great Britain.

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