Thursday, August 15, 2013

British Airways to Increase Flights Frequency to Hyderabad

British Airways (BA), the flag carrier of UK, is increasing frequency from Hyderabad, a booming business and tourism hub in south central India, to London by having daily non-stop operations. Starting from 27 October 2013, these services have been introduced to offer seamless connectivity and flexible options to Britons on quest for tickets on India-London route.  

In October 2012, BA increased its Hyderabad services to six flights from five flights per-week on witnessing 20% rise in capacity from the metropolis of India. This year, the airline is now operating daily to cater to the growing demands for tickets on the sector.  

The UK-based airline will use Boeing 777-200 on the sector. It is a state of the art aircraft with three class configuration, providing wide-ranging cabin classes including Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller to fliers who will reserve tickets for the daily services. 

According BA’s Regional Commercial Manager, South Asia, Hyderabad is a key market in the carrier’s South Asian network. The carrier has witnessed strong growth in market. 

Passengers booking tickets for these services will enjoy best of both the worlds. They can take advantage of BA’s seamless connections to global destinations and its matchless in-flight features.  

British Airways has been serving to India for 84 years and currently runs 46 weekly flights from London Heathrow to five cities in India: Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore.

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