British Airways takes immense pride in expanding its flight services to Chile, Santiago and Washington DC during this winter. The services would come into effect from October 28. From four-per-week, the number of jetliners from Santiago will boost to five. Furthermore, three additional flights per week will be scheduled for Washington Dulles.
From October 29, three more flights a week would be included in its existing two-a-day schedule to Washington DC. It is said that the flights will operate on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Carriers flying to Santiago would operate on all Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays as well as Saturdays with an add-on service that will be functional on Sundays. Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is used to serve all the major flights.
Sean Doyle, Director of Network and Alliances stated, ‘We are happy to serve our travelers with easy efficient flight timetable. The direct service to Santiago introduced by us last year in January 2017 benefitted wide category of travelers comprising explorers, adventurers, leisure as well as corporate travelers employed in the region. To add on, our dedication to providing our clients with more choices between US and the UK can be certified with supplementary Washington flights.’
It is said that the direct jetliner serving between London and Chile is believed to be the extensive long haul flight of British Airways that usually takes 14 hours 40 minutes.