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British Airways add more Gatwick flights

British Airways add more Gatwick flights

British Airways is adding more shorthaul flights from Gatwick airport.

The airline's new BA Euroflyer subsidiary are expanding their service to operate three flights a week to the French city of Montpellier from 27 May, as well as new services to the Greek islands of Corfu and Mykonos.

The Corfu flights, which will depart three times a week, sill begin on 30 May, while the weekly service to the nearby island will launch on 10 June.

In addition, BA will complement their winter Gatwick-Salzburg route with a summer service to the Austrian city, which will run three times per week from 28 March.

Finally, a new winter route to Innsbruck in Austria has been added. The flights will start on 8 December and operate eight times a week, and will form part of a schedule of 21 destinations from Gatwick for the 23/24 winter seasion.

Tom Stoddart, acting CEO of BA Euroflyer, said: “It is exciting to see our short-haul schedule at Gatwick grow. These additional routes are to a broad range of destinations that will suit all manner of travellers.”

The Gatwick shorthaul operation will serve just under 40 destinations this year, with both business and economy class seats available on all flights.

The expansion comes after the new subsidiary was granted its Air Operator's Certificate last month, allowing it to operate in a similar way to the already-established BA Cityflyer company, which is based at London City airport.

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