British Airways recently announced it will be increasing its frequencies between London Heathrow and Las Vegas from next year. UK’s national carrier said that it will start operating its 11th weekly flights to Las Vegas from London Heathrow effective from May 2, 2016.
A spokesperson of British Airways also said that the airline will be increasing its 7-times weekly winter flights service to a 10-times weekly service starting from March 27 next year. Providing details about the schedule of its 11th weekly flight, the airline said that the additional service will be operated thrice weekly.
The outbound Flight BA271 would depart from London Heathrow at 12:30 hours and reach Las Vegas at 15:10 hours. The return Flight BA270 would take off from Las Vegas at 17:15 hours and arrive in London Heathrow at 11:15 hours next day. The 11th weekly flight BA270/271 will be conducted alongside the daily flight BA274/275.
According to the airline, the outbound Flight BA275 will depart from London Heathrow at 16:50 hours and land in Las Vegas at 19:20 hours. The return Flight BA274 will take off from Las Vegas at 21:25 hours and arrive in London at 15:25 hours next day. The airline will operate both the flights services with the help of a Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
Earlier in October this year, British Airways announced that it will be resuming its flights services between New York JFK and London Gatwick starting from May 1, 2016. The flights on the route will be resumed after a 7-year absence. British Airways will now become the only airline to operate flights to New York from London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London City airports.