Tuesday, January 8, 2013

BA Pushes Flights Services to Canada on Toronto-London Route

UK’s National carrier, British Airways (BA) is increasing flights frequency to Toronto, Canada from March 31 2013. The airline will offer tickets options for three additional flights in a week.

London and Toronto are two of the most sought after destinations among global holidaymakers and business travellers. Increase in flights frequency on this route between the UK and Canada would ensure maximized travel opportunities and easy availability of tickets.

Added flights from London Heathrow to Toronto will operate on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays, bringing the total number of weekly services to 17.

Air travellers making tickets reservations from the popular metropolis in Canada can enjoy seamless connectivity to London and expedient onward connections to many destinations like Paris, Rome, Barcelona and Amsterdam and Istanbul.

The airline is going to ply B767-300 aircraft on the route and offer tickets for Club World (business class), World Traveller Plus (premium economy) and World Traveller (economy class). The state-of-the-art cabins featuring contemporary lightning and larger overhead lockers will ensure comfortable air travel for passengers who buy tickets.

Flights from Toronto will arrive at London Heathrow’s Terminal 5. Passengers who are booking Club World tickets and Gold and Silver Executive Club members arriving from Canada can enjoy full access to sophisticatedly designed Galleries Lounges in the Terminal.

In terms of fleet size and international network, British Airways is the largest airline in the UK and serves destinations across all six major continents. The initiative of increasing services to Toronto will surely bring smile on faces of passengers who seek tickets on this popular UK-Canada route regularly.

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