New Denmark flights direct from London City Airport
Thursday 29, July 2010
British Airways is opening up its route network from London City Airport with the launch of its first route to Scandinavia.
The airline has announced plans to start a new double daily weekday service from the Docklands Airport to Copenhagen in Denmark, providing a direct air link between the two capital cities.
There will also be one flight a day from London City on Sundays and one flight from Copenhagen on Saturdays.
The new flights will start on September 12, and will be operated by British Airways wholly owned subsidiary BA CityFlyer with their fleet of brand new Embraer 190 aircraft.
Luke Hayhoe, BA CityFlyer commercial manager said: “This has been a year of firsts for us at London City Airport, with new leisure focused flights to the Balearic Islands launched earlier in the year and now our first ever venture into Scandinavia.
“Once again we are responding to demand from our customers for both business and leisure travel to Denmark and we are delighted to be launching another exciting new route using our new aircraft.”
Fares are available from £65 and are available to book on www.ba.com.
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