Tuesday, November 27, 2012

British Airways Inflates India Network

Presenting an additional option to flyers seeking flights tickets for a journey between London and India, the UK’s flag carrier, British Airways has announced its decision to expand its network in India. The largest airline in the UK, in terms of fleet size, will be offering added frequency of flights from Hyderabad and Chennai from summer 2013. These cities in South India will witness an increase in their frequency from five flights per-week to six flights per-week. 

Making the announcement in India, BA’s Regional Commercial Manager, South Asia - Christopher Fordyce expressed his pleasure at the further growth in the two cities of India. He revealed there has been a significant rise in the number of flyers seeking tickets with the carrier from Hyderabad and Chennai in the last couple of years and to meet the increasing demand, British Airways is enhancing flights frequency for the benefit of tickets seekers. 

Mr Fordyce further expressed his hope of becoming a part of the India’s growth story and stated that the economy giant is one of the BA’s fastest rising markets. 

Furthermore, offering excellent news to budget travellers looking for relatively cheap deals for tickets, the airline would be offering attractive discount offers on flights services from Hyderabad and Chennai to London. Those seeking affordable tickets deals will be able to enjoy a 25 per cent discount on all Club World tickets booked before November 23 to London. The flight travel will be valid until December 15.

No comments:

Post a Comment