Following the success of their services to the Caribbean, British Airways has decided to increase their number of services to the islands from London Gatwick. Airline currently offers flights to 15 destinations of the Caribbean islands.
British Airways has decided to increase flights to Barbados from 10 to 12 services a week, Antigua will get 6 flights per week instead of 5, and replacing the 5 flights per week there will be daily flights to St Lucia. The airline will be launching a new service to Cancun with two weekly flights in November 2010 and they’ll be increasing the number of services to 3 for summer 2011. The new service is inspired by the steady flow of passengers to Cancun, which has already become a favorite holiday destination.
British Airways also decided to increase the number of flights to Tampa which provides more options and opportunities for the visitors to the Gulf coast of Florida. Destinations like Clearwater and St Petes, Fort Myers, Sarasota and Longboat Key, Naples, Marco Island and Sanibel Island are now more easily accessible for the customers as the number of services has been increased from 5 flights to 7 flights per week.
Meanwhile, the airline has also announced a new direct flight to Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. The flights now operate to Buenos Aires only after the stoppage at Sao Paulo. As said by the company, from 2011, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo will be having their own direct daily flights.