The United Kingdom’s national airline, British Airways recently started offering tickets on its sixth direct flights on its route connecting South India’s popular city of Hyderabad and English capital city of London. The airline started operating its sixth direct service on the route with effect from 5 April 2013.
Various sources on the Internet reveal that the direct services operate six-days-a-week except for Mondays. BA 276 flight departs Hyderabad in India at 0640 (local time) hrs arriving in London Heathrow at 1250 hrs (local time).
British Airways’ new flights will offer convenient connections to the rest of the United Kingdom, Europe and destinations in North America. This is sure to delight international flyers who are often to be seen scrambling for tickets aboard BA’s flights departing from India to travel to different worldwide destinations via London.
The airline is offering tickets for three cabin classes, Club World business class, World Traveller plus premium economy and World Traveller economy, to passengers booking flights to travel to the capital city of the UK from South India’s popular destination of Hyderabad.
Fans and patrons booking tickets aboard British Airways’ flights departing from India will be able to enjoy ergonomically designed seats, unlimited in-flight entertainment and a variety of delectable refreshments.
With its increased services on the route, the airline endeavours to tap the segment of increasingly higher number of passengers looking for tickets options on India-London flights. Besides, increased number of seats on the route may also spell relatively cheap deals for budget vacationers planning to book tickets to travel on the route.