British Airways has declared to launch a new route for flights flying between Gatwick airport and the island of Kos. Essentially, it’s a weekly service that operates three times a day primarily on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The service would begin from May 15 and would last till October 26, 2019 for which the one-way rates would start from £222 in Club Europe and £70 in Euro Traveller.
It has been stated that A319 and A320 aircraft would serve the South Terminal of Gatwick. The aircraft would also be used to operate the other existing destinations comprising Rhodes, Athens, Skiathos, Santorini, Zante, Thessaloniki, Corfu, Crete, Kefalonia, Mykonos and Kalamata.
Adam Carson, Managing Director for Gatwick of British Airways stated, ‘Knowing the fact that Greece is widely revered and a known destination amongst all our valuable passengers, hence, we take immense pride to launch another route to this amazing booming network. This offers the holidaymakers with ample options of destinations at relatively competitive prices. We cover more than 70 long-haul places and 50 short-haul destinations from Gatwick. We are continuously widening our network and adding more routes to delight our customers, both business and leisure.’
This winter, the carrier is also on the verge of expanding it aircrafts flying from Gatwick to other destinations and essentially with increased number of flights to Geneva, Turin, Malaga, Lanzarote, Palma as well as Cologne, soon to begin from November 16.