British Airways from Heathrow will launch six new European routes for the summer of 2020. Destinations are found in Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro and Turkey. Routes to Dalaman and Bodrum in Turkey, with Saturday flights from May 23 to October 24, return to the Heathrow network.
On 30 April, these services will join a new summer link between Gatwick and Antalya. British Airways also operates regular services from Gatwick to Dalaman. For weekly Saturday flights between July 4 and August 29, the carrier will serve the Kosovo and Montenegrin capitals of Pristina and Podgorica for the first time.
Perugia receives three flights a week from July 2 to August 31 on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Rhodes will be served from Heathrow on Saturdays in addition to Gatwick services. On 16 short-haul routes from Heathrow, including Larnaca, Brindisi, Nice, Ibiza, Tenerife, Split, Olbia, Kefalonia and Preveza, the airline is also the frequency.
Neil Chernoff, director of Networks and Alliances, said: “We are planning for next year’s thrilling summer as we introduce more routes to our vast global network. “We are constantly developing our leisure package and are delighted to add new destinations to the Heathrow map of British Airways. “Our commitment to offering flights and vacations at competitive prices to a wide variety of destinations can help people plan for the summer of 2020.”