British Airways announces New Flight Routes for 2016

One thing we always look forward to at GoTimeshare is the flurry of new flight routes for spring and summer, making exploring a new timeshare destination even more accessible. 

This year, British Airways are putting on a number of new routes, many of them specially for the summer hols.

 

These are just some of the new (or more frequent) services which have just launched or are launching soon: 

Billund (Denmark)

from London Heathrow

From 3 May 2016, British Airways will fly 11 times a week to Billund, Denmark from London Heathrow Terminal 5. 

Kalamata

from London Heathrow

From 30 April until 24 September 2016, British Airways will fly twice a week (Thursday and Saturday) to Kalamata, Greece from London Heathrow Terminal 5.

Menorca, Spain

from London Heathrow

From 29 April 2016, British Airways will fly four times a week to Menorca, Spain from London Heathrow Terminal 5. 

New York, JFK

from London Gatwick

From 1 May 2016, British Airways will fly daily to New York, JFK, from London Gatwick.

San Jose, California

from London Heathrow

From 4 May 2016, British Airways will fly daily to San Jose, California, USA, from London Heathrow Terminal 5.

Lima

from London Gatwick

From 4 May 2016, British Airways will fly three times a week to Lima, Peru, from London Gatwick.

Porto

from London Gatwick

From 11 February 2016, British Airways will fly four times a week to Porto, Portugal, from London Gatwick. 

Salzburg

from London Heathrow

From 5 December 2015 to 26 March 2016,  twice a week to Salzburg, Austria, from London Heathrow Terminal 5. 

Stavanger

from Aalborg

British Airways franchise partner SUN-AIR of Scandinavia now flies five times a week between Aalborg, Denmark and Stavanger, Norway.  

Madeira

from London Gatwick

British Airways now flies three times a week to Funchal, Madeira from London Gatwick.

For more information and timings, see www.BA.com 

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