British Airways has announced the addition of Nuremberg in Germany to its network with flights starting in March 2022.
Starting 27th March 2022, British Airways will operate 4-flights-a-week between London Heathrow (Terminal 3) and Nuremberg Airport, with flights increasing to 6-times-week from 1st May 2022 before again decreasing to 4-times-a-week over the winter schedule. The flag carrier says that it has conveniently timed winter flights so that customers can connect to and from other destinations across British Airways‘ route network, including services to the United States. These flights will be operated by Airbus A320 family aircraft.
Neil Chernoff, Director of Networks and Alliances, British Airways, said:
After over 20 months of travel restrictions we know our customers are looking for new and exciting places to visit, so the addition of this route to our short-haul network ahead of the summer season is perfect timing for anyone who would like to plan their trips for the year ahead. Nuremburg offers something for everyone, ranging from sightseeing in the sunshine to exploring the German markets at Christmas, so we hope our customers take full advantage of this new destination to our network.
Nuremberg is Bavaria’s second largest city after Munich, and is well known for its cultural landmarks that draws visitors year round. Travellers can stroll along the vibrant streets or cruise down the beautiful Danube river in the sunshine, as well as explore the spectacular Christmas markets during the festive season.
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British Airways’ flights to Nuremberg will start from £69 in Euro Traveller and £202 in Club Europe. Travellers can also use Avios as part payment, £59 plus 1,000 Avios or £72 plus 24,500 Avios in Euro Traveller and Club Europe respectively.
Passengers travelling in the airline’s Euro Traveller (economy) cabin can pre-purchase items from the Speedbird Café, in advance of travel, or can order additional snacks and drinks on board the flight directly to their seat using their mobile device. Those travelling in Club Europe (business class) have access to priority check in, lounges and restaurant style complimentary dining, including items from the airline’s ‘Best of British’ menus.
Last month, British Airways CityFlyer also announced new short-haul routes from London City to Luxembourg, Barcelona, Guernsey, Jersey, Milan and Thessaloniki operating from March 2022. The airline has also relaunched new gateways to the US, through the Atlantic Joint Business, such as London to Portland and Barcelona to Los Angeles as well as the addition of the islands of São Miguel and Terceira to British Airways’ Heathrow short-haul network launching this summer.
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