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British Airways increases flights from Heathrow T5 to and from Larnaca

British Airways has announced its Summer 2015 flight schedule from London Heathrow Terminal 5 to Larnaca, with an increase in the number of flights from 7 to 13 per week.

As part of its new pricing structure, BA says it is offering attractive rates on its economy fares, with a return ticket priced at €249, and a one-way flight costing €120 – both inclusive of taxes.

The route will be operated daily – with the exception of Saturday – on Boeing 767 and Airbus 320 aircraft. Travelers will have the opportunity to benefit from multiple connections to other destinations across the BA network which flies to more than 170 destinations in 70 countries, the airline said.

“At a time of uncertainty in the Cyprus aviation market, British Airways has reaffirmed its commitment to Cyprus by recognising the island as an important destination for UK holidaymakers, and has increased the number of flights to and from Heathrow T5”, said Freddie Stier, Commercial Manager of British Airways Cyprus and Greece. “At the same time, we want to support the strong business and trade links between Cyprus and the UK, and look forward to facilitating those ties further in the future through our flight schedule”, Stier added.

BA said it would be also running its regular London Gatwick to Paphos and London Gatwick to Larnaca flight schedule. Bookings for all routes can be made through the BA website www.ba.com, registered travel agents, and on the phone through BA’s reservation centre at 800 92 556.

The route schedule released by BA is as follows:

LARNACA – LONDON (HEATHROW T5)
Start End Days Depart Arrive Flight No Aircraft
29-Mar-15 25-Oct-15 Daily 19:25 22:25 BA663 B767
29-Mar-15 25-Oct-15 Daily EXCEPT SAT 14:50 17:25 BA665 A320

LONDON (HEATHROW T5) – LARNACA
Start End Days Depart Arrive Flight No Aircraft
29-Mar-15 25-Oct-15 Daily 11:45 18:15 BA662 B767
29-Mar-15 25-Oct-15 Daily EXCEPT SAT 07:10 14:00 BA664 A320

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