British Airways Flies Into 2020 With Six New Routes From Heathrow
Customers and holiday makers can start plotting their summer escape now as British Airways is already set to launch six new European routes from London Heathrow for 2020. The new destinations are in Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro and Turkey. Seats are already available to book on ba.com. For the first time, BA will fly from Heathrow to the Kosovan and Montenegrin capitals, Pristina and Podgorica, with both flights departing on Saturdays from July 4 until August 29. Fares start from £78 in Euro Traveller and £210 in Club Europe to Pristina and £71 and £178 to Podgorica. Flights to Perugia in Italy will also launch next summer, departing on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from July 2 through to August 31, with fares starting from £40 per person in Euro Traveller and £125 in Club Europe. Turkish coastal towns of Dalaman and Bodrum are back to British Airways’ Heathrow network. Flights will depart on Saturdays from May 23 through to October 24, with fares starting from £128 in Euro Traveller and £364 in Club Europe. The Greek island of Rhodes will also be added to the airline’s Heathrow network from next summer. The Saturday service will commence on July 4 and run until August 29 with fares starting from £117 per person in Euro Traveller and £358 in Club Europe. British Airways is also launching a new two-per-week service from Gatwick to the Greek island of Corfu from May 1 until October 23, 2020. The airline is also increasing the frequency of 16 routes from Heathrow, including Larnaca, Brindisi, Nice, Ibiza, Tenerife, Split, Olbia, Kefalonia and Preveza.