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British Airways adds frequency to the gorgeous Cape Town

by Admin 4. December 2013 03:42
British Airways, the flagship carrier of the United Kingdom has decided to increase the frequency on its Cape Town route. The airline, which operates double-daily service between London Heathrow and Cape Town, is keen on adding more flights between the two destinations.

At present, the national carrier is operating twice-daily flights on London-Cape Town route between the months of October and May. This period is the peak travel season in the Southern Hemisphere and many travelers rush to different locations pushing the load on airlines to meet with the mounting passenger traffic. The airline has decided to increase the frequency of flights between March and May. It will therefore, use the services of Boeing 777-200ERs to ply on the route. These flights will help add 657 seats per week between the city pair.

As per the schedule, the additional service will operate every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday from London. Return flights will depart Cape Town every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday. The planes that will fly passengers on the route are equipped with a seating capacity across four classes. Overall there will be 12 seats in the First Class, 48 seats in Business Class, 32 seats in premium Economy Class, and 127 seats in Economy Class. The airline is happy with its decision and hopes to receive warm response to its call. The airline is popular across the globe for offering comfort and luxury to its passengers throughout their journey. In a bid to add to the experience of the travelers, it is set to inaugurate a new lounge in Cpe Town towards the end December.

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