BA unveils six new summer routes from Heathrow
British Airways is launching six new European routes from London Heathrow for 2020.
For the first time BA will fly from Heathrow to the Kosovan and Montenegrin capitals, Pristina and Podgorica.
Both flights will depart on Saturdays from July 4 until August 29.
Fares will start from £78 in Euro Traveller and £210 in Club Europe to Pristina and £71 and £178 to Podgorica.
BA has also announced a new route to Perugia in Italy.
Flights will depart 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.
It is also reintroducing flights from Heathrow to Dalaman and Bodrum. Dalaman was dropped in summer 2015 and Bodrum in summer 2016.
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.
These flights will join a new summer service between London Gatwick and Antalya that launches on April 30. BA also flies weekly from Gatwick to Dalaman.
Finally, BA is adding flights to the Greek island of Rhodes.
A 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.
Neil Chernoff, director of networks and alliances, said: “We’re always developing our leisure offering and are pleased to be adding completely new destinations to British Airways’ Heathrow map.”
The airline is also increasing frequencies on 16 popular short haul routes from Heathrow, including Larnaca, Brindisi, Nice, Ibiza, Tenerife, Split, Olbia, Kefalonia and Preveza.