British Airways is extending its route network from London City Airport this winter with a new route to Chambery, the gateway to the French Alps.
The service, by BACityFlyer, the wholly subsidiary of British Airways, will operate four times a week from 18th December until the end of March 2011, using the airline’s fleet of brand new Embraer 190 aircraft.
Luke Hayhoe, BA CityFlyer commercial manager said: “Our schedule is ideally set up to give our customers the opportunity to spend a long weekend, a full week, or even longer, skiing on some of the world’s best slopes and resorts.
“Only a few short hours after taking off from London’s Docklands, our customers can be in a winter wonderland of 120 ski resorts, all set amidst the majesty and splendour of the French and Swiss Alps.”
Fares starting from £59 one way (including taxes, fees and charges) can be booked on ba.com.
The schedule for the route is as follows:
From 18 December:
London City – Chambery
Monday: depart 1050; arrive 1325
Friday: depart 0700; arrive 0935
Saturday: depart 0640 arrive 0915
Sunday: depart 1435; arrive 1710
(all times local)
Chambery – London City
Monday: depart 1410; arrive 1445
Tuesday: depart 1020; arrive 1055
Saturday: depart 1000; arrive 1035
Sunday:depart 1800; arrive 1935
(all times local)
Fare also includes (at no extra charge)
One piece of checked luggage
Seat selection 24 hours before departure
Snack/drinks on board
BA offer hotels, Avis car rental and other experiences.
For further information visit ba.com
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