Bri­tish Air­ways heads to Dur­ban

ROYAL BRUNEI WILL FLY NON-STOP FROM LON­DON HEATHROW TO BRUNEI FROM OC­TO­BER 28, CUT­TING OUT ITS CUR­RENT STOP IN DUBAI AND RE­DUC­ING THE JOUR­NEY TIME BY 3HRS 30MINS

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BRI­TISH AIR­WAYS is to in­tro­duce a di­rect ser­vice be­tween Lon­don Heathrow and Dur­ban, South Africa, this win­ter.

Be­gin­ning Oc­to­ber 29, the route, op­er­ated by B787 air­craft, will be the only non-stop link be­tween Europe and King Shaka In­ter­na­tional Air­port. The three-times-a-week ser­vice will leave Lon­don at 15.45, ar­riv­ing in Dur­ban at 05.35 the next day. The re­turn leg will de­part at 07.35 and ar­rive in Lon­don at 17.45.

Alex Cruz, Bri­tish Air­ways’ Chair­man and CEO, says: “Dur­ban is home to the busiest port in South Africa and is a large man­u­fac­tur­ing hub, so the new route will se­cure an­other im­por­tant link be­tween the UK and the re­gion that will be a wel­come ad­di­tion for busi­ness trav­ellers.”

Fares start from £599 in econ­omy, £1,214 in pre­mium econ­omy and from £3,199 in busi­ness class.

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