Win­ter ser­vice will be dou­bled

The Press and Journal (Moray) - - NEWS -

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.

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