British Airways, the flag carrier of UK is going to start daily flights to Hyderabad, India from London in a bid to offer added alternatives to fliers on a quest for air tickets on the sector.
British Airways (BA), the national airline of UK, is introducing daily, non-stop flights between Hyderabad, a city in South India and London from 27 October 2013, offering extensive connectivity and flexible options to Britons seeking tickets on the route.
BA had enhanced its Hyderabad services to six flights per-week from five flights weekly in October 2012, after witnessing 20% growth in general capacity from this city of India. The carrier has now announced daily services to meet the strong demands of tickets on the route.
The UK-based carrier is going to deploy Boeing 777-200 in a three class configuration. Passengers booking tickets for Hyderabad-London flights can opt from wide-ranging travel classes namely, Club World, World Traveller plus and World Traveller.
“For British Airways, Hyderabad is truly a key market in our South Asian network. We have witnessed tremendous growth in the market since 2008, resulting in concerted growth in the outbound business and leisure tourism.” said the airline’s regional commercial manager, South Asia.
Fliers reserving tickets for the new flights will not only enjoy direct and convenient connections from UK to Hyderabad, India but also take advantage of BA’s peerless in-flight services.
India is one of the fastest growing markets for the airline. It is expected that the increased frequency would be beneficial for both business as well as leisure travellers who look for tickets on non-stop services.