25 May 2011

British Airways increases flights between London and Cape Town from October 2011

British Airways will launch a "double-daily" service between London-Heathrow and Cape Town from the end of October 2011.
The airline will then be carrying about 700 more passengers a week between the two cities, bringing the total number to about 4700 seats a week. British Airways will also start using a larger aircraft, a Boeing B747-400, on the Cape Town route, resulting in a 17.5% increase in the number of available seats.

The move by British Airways to double its direct daily flights between Cape Town and London-Heathrow comes shortly after Air France announced last month that it would be starting three direct flights a week between Paris and Cape Town.

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