British Airways launches its first direct flights to Cuba next week. The new weekly Boeing 777 flight to Havana, Cuba, takes off on Saturday, April 3 from London Gatwick to cater for Cuba’s growth as a Caribbean tourist destination.
On May 1, the airline will launch the UK’s first direct flights to Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.
This Sunday, March 28, it starts flights between Aberdeen and Oslo, flown by its Brymon Airways subsidiary.
Also on Sunday, Base Airlines of Holland, becomes British Airways’ tenth franchise partner, adding seven new routes to the European network, including a new twice daily service between Eindhoven and Heathrow.