British Airways adds Inverness capacity
British Airways will increase its Heathrow-Inverness service from seven to ten flights a week from March next year, delivering a 30% increase in capacity on the route.
The move follows the airline’s agreement with Scottish airline Loganair of an extended codeshare agreement which came into effect in September.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer our customers more flights from the highland capital, offering more seats on the route after a successful first 18 months operating the route,” says Phyllis Stuart, British Airways’ manager at Inverness.
“We, and our partners at Inverness Airport and the business communities in Inverness and the highland region, have worked tirelessly to encourage business and leisure travellers to use the new route for the benefit of the businesses and individuals in the region."
The additional flights will see BA operating a double-daily service on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.