New High Rolling Route to Gatwick
British Airways is helping high rollers travel to London ? with a new route from Las Vegas to London Gatwick, starting from October 29, 2012.
The three-times-a-week service will be operated by a three-class Boeing 777 offering a premium Club World cabin with fully flat beds.
The new route offers British Airways customers more choice and frequency to London airports. ?Together with the Heathrow service, British Airways will operate 10 flights a week from Las Vegas.
British Airways launched daily service from Las Vegas to London Heathrow three years ago which has proved very popular.? The new Gatwick route will offer customers increased access to London, as well as convenient onward connections to Edinburgh, Manchester, Amsterdam, Venice, Rome and Male, among others.
Simon Talling-Smith, British Airways? Executive Vice President Americas, said: ?We are really proud of the success of our Las Vegas service – it certainly is a winner.? Since its launch three years ago we’ve increased our capacity and added in a first class cabin.?
?With all that the UK has to offer this year, from the Diamond Jubilee to the Olympics and Paralympics, this is another reason to travel to London and beyond.?
British Airways has daily flights from Las Vegas to London Heathrow, operated by a four class Boeing 747.
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Notes to editors:
- Flights from McCarran Airport, Las Vegas will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays departing at 3:55pm and arriving London Gatwick at 9:45am the next morning.
- ?The three class Boeing 777 aircraft has Club World (business class), World Traveller Plus (premium economy) and World Traveller (economy) cabins.
- ?Book online at www.ba.com or call 800 AIRWAYS