Las Vegas Flies to London
Offering Services to Both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports
LAS VEGAS, Oct. 29, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- British Airways today begins its
second London service, helping high rollers travel to London Gatwick.
The three-times-a-week service will be operated by a three-class Boeing 777
offering three cabins: Club World (business class), World Traveller Plus
(premium economy) and World Traveller.
The new route offers BA customers more choice and frequency to London
airports. Together with the Heathrow service, British Airways will operate 10
flights a week from Las Vegas.
Customers flying in British Airways' Club World will experience the airline's
award-winning business class featuring the six-foot long, fully flat beds, the
Club Kitchen and an on demand flight entertainment system.
World Traveller Plus features a separate cabin with 38-inch pitch seats with
in-seat power for personal computers,CD/DVD players or the like. Customers
can enjoy a choice of meals from the Club World cabin.
British Airways launched a daily service from Las Vegas to London Heathrow
three years ago, which has proved very popular. The new Gatwick route will
offer customers increased access to London, as well as convenient onward
connections to Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Venice and Male, among others.
British Airways has daily flights from Las Vegas to London Heathrow, operated
by a four class Boeing 747.
Notes to editors:
oFlights from McCarran Airport, Las Vegas to London Heathrow operate daily
using a B747 with four classes.
oFlights to London Gatwick will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays departing at 3:55pm.
oBook online at www.ba.com
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