Winter service will be doubled
There will be two flights a day on weekdays and three at weekends from March 31 next year.
It means flights between Inverness and Heathrow are increasing from a weekly number of 10 to 16 next spring and summer, with winter weekly flights increasing from seven to 14.
The increased schedule means that, for the first time since the Heathrow to Inverness route was reinstated in 2016, following an absence of around a decade, an aircraft will remain stationed overnight at Inverness Airport.
Passengers will therefore be able to travel between the two cities, complete a full working day, and return home the very same day.
Flight schedules have also been re-timed to improve onward connections with British Airways’ global network of more than 150 destinations worldwide.
Each-way fares start from £115 per passenger in Club Europe and £34 per person in Euro Traveller.