British flag carrier announces flight to foodie destination
British Airways is boosting its short-haul network this summer with a new route to San Sebastian in northern Spain’s mountainous Basque Country.
The service, which will fly from London City Airport, will run twice weekly from July through to September. The new route means British Airways will serve five Spanish destinations direct from City Airport. In other network changes, the airline is reducing the frequency of flights to Geneva, Ibiza and Rotterdam from the London hub, while additional flights to Berlin, Florence, Glasgow, Manchester and Nice have been scheduled.
The airline is also introducing a new summer-only weekly service from Glasgow to Palma. Beyond Europe, British Airways has announced it will begin operating five flights a week to Portland in the US from this summer.