BA cuts flights to Madrid from City Air­port

The Wharf - - The Week -

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.

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