Worldwide flights have resumed today from London City Airport as quarantine restrictions are lifted on a selection of places.
The return of flights to well known European getaway places from the airport has been met with robust demand from travellers.
Bookings for the flights operated by British Airways’ subsidiary BA CityFlyer have exceeded expectations, with passengers eager to just take advantage of the safe vacation conditions and new procedures to have a perfectly-deserved getaway.
London City Airport main professional officer, Richard Hill, said: “Today marks the start of the summer months getaway season, and it’s crystal clear that clients benefit the safe, very careful and speedy surroundings that we’ve made.
“I’m also delighted to see BA CityFlyer back functioning from their residence airport.
“Our partnership has been enormously effective in the past and I am confident that it will be once again, especially with much more leisure routes like Nice, Mahon, Faro and Bergerac to follow, as perfectly much more day-to-day rotations to Malaga, Ibiza and Palma.
“Looking ahead, I foresee we’ll see much more of our airline associates re-starting providers in the coming months, encouraged by the demand we’re experiencing in the London industry.”
BA CityFlyer today resumed traveling to Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Málaga and Florence.
These in the beginning day-to-day flights will be joined from Monday by day-to-day KLM flights to Amsterdam and Luxair flights to Luxembourg.
From August 1st, BA CityFlyer will include flights from London City Airport to other well known European places: Nice, Mahon, Faro and Bergerac.