UK’s flag carrier, British Airways will be escalating its route network from India’s southern cities of Hyderabad and Chennai from summer 2013. Promotional deals on flights tickets are also being offered on the route for a limited period.

British Airways Expands Flight Network in India

Offering added alternatives to travellers seeking flights tickets for travel between South India and London, British Airways (BA) will be expanding its flights network from Hyderabad and Chennai from summer 2013. The airline will increase its frequency of flights from five flights per-week to six flights per-week.

Christopher Fordyce, Regional Commercial Manager, BA, South Asia, said: “Come summer, our customers will be able to enjoy enhanced flight frequency as well as our unmatched on board services. We always keep customers at the heart of all decision making and try to provide what they want from us. We have witnessed tremendous customer response and increase in demand from Hyderabad and Chennai in the last couple of years. To cater to this growing demand, we are pleased to offer enhanced flight frequency to all our customers from these two cities.”

India remains one of the fastest growing markets for BA and the airline hopes to become a part of the India’s growth story, he said.

In good news to budget travellers seeking affordable tickets deals, the flag carrier of the United Kingdom also has announced an attractive discount offer for flyers seeking tickets to fly to London from Hyderabad and Chennai. Tickets seekers will be able to have the benefit of a 25 per cent discount on all Club World tickets booked prior to November 23 to London. The travel will be valid until December 15.

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