Tuesday, June 15, 2010

BA Launches New flights to Spain Balearic Islands

British Airways has launched its new BA CityFlyer service to Ibiza, allowing passengers to fly direct from the Docklands to the Balearics which is good news for rental property investors in those resorts.

Customers can fly from London City on a direct to this popular city break destination in just two hours and 15 minutes. Flights depart and return on a Monday, Friday and Sunday, leaving early morning and returning early evening, which will benefit clubbers notoriously caught out by midnight departures. The routes to the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Mallorca were originally planned to close during September, once the busy summer holiday season is over. However, the airport now reveals that the airline is to continue operating the routes until the end of October.

British Airways flies to 12 destinations from London City airport including Palma de Mallorca, Madrid and Nice. The airline also offers Spanish holidays and flights to popular destinations such as Barcelona and Malaga. Luke Hayhoe, commercial manager, BA CityFlyer said that this new service is perfectly placed for work-hard play-hard customers that are after convenience, style and comfort. The Balearic Islands are the perfect destination for beach, sun and fun.

He commented: “With just two hours 15 minutes flying time and a minimum check-in time of 15 minutes at London City Airport, it certainly maximizes party time."

According to London City Airport press release, the extension of flights till October also means flights will operate until the end of the school half-term holidays. In order to take advantage of the BA luxury flight and holiday sale, however, tickets must be booked before the offer ends on July 6th.

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