BA cuts flights to Madrid from City Airport
British Airways has confirmed that it will suspend its London City route to Madrid from January 29.
The airline has also revealed that it won’t be resuming the LCY to Alicante route in the summer.
No other carrier currently operates a route from the Docklands hub to the Spanish capital and BA has advised its customers to use other operators from Stansted, Luton and Gatwick.
Meanwhile an air service that began as a temporary fix to cover the closure of the Severn Tunnel has now become a fixture on the airport’s schedule.
Flybe has announced it will maintain its Cardiff to London City flights as part of its summer schedule that begins on March 26, with flights from £34.99 including taxes and charges.
There will be two flights a day, seven days a week.