British Airways is offering tickets for extra services between London and Cape Town, South Africa. The airline will add three flights per week to its current seven flights per week frequency on the route from May 1, 2014. 

British travellers who are often found scrambling for tickets on flights bound for Cape Town, South Africa will soon have more flexibility and added tickets options at their disposal made available to them by the premium English carrier, British Airways.

The flag carrier of the United Kingdom, British Airways is all set to increase its flights frequency to Cape Town, South Africa from seven flights per week to ten flights per week from May 1, 2014, revealed online sources.

The popular full services airline currently offers tickets on double-daily flights to South Africa’s Mother City during the summer season between October and March and operates only a daily service during the southern hemisphere winter season.

The airline will deploy three Boeing 777-200ERs aircraft each week to offer tickets for 219 seats across four cabins aboard its flights.  With the recent development the airline aims to offer tickets for 657 additional seats each week.

Reports indicate that the additional double overnight flights will leave London on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays and Cape Town on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Passengers booking business class tickets with British Airways can enjoy improved in-flight catering across all cabins. The improved in-flight entertainment system, with more choice of movies, television and radio options in the World Traveller and World Traveller Plus cabins, will ensure that flyers booking air tickets to South Africa with the airline are a happy lot.

In a recent development, the airline also opened a new lounge at South Africa’s Cape TownInternationalAirport. The latest British Airways lounge in South Africa boasts similar design to that of airline’s Galleries lounges at London Heathrow’s Terminal 5. The airline also started operating its swanky new A380 aircraft to Johannesburg from mid-February 2014.

With its major hub at London Heathrow Airport and a secondary hub at London Gatwick Airport, British Airways offers air tickets on its extensive route of destinations in Europe, North America, Latin America, Canada, South Africa, Asia and Australia.

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