BA to resume daily services to island next year
British Airways will resume daily service to Britain next year, the Bermuda Tourism Authority announced.
A spokesman said that daily service between Bermuda and London Heathrow is expected to start on March 26 and continue until at least October, bolstering air travel for the spring and summer season.
Tracy Berkeley, the interim chief executive of the BTA, said: “We want to thank British Airways for their confidence in Bermuda as a destination and providing UK visitors with more flexibility and convenience in getting here.
“Only a seven-hour flight from London, Bermuda really is the nearest faraway place with year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches, authentic experiences and mouth-watering cuisine on offer.
“We are beyond excited to continue showcasing our special island, inviting UK visitors to feel and experience Bermuda the way we Bermudians do.”
British Airways has not offered daily service to Bermuda since the start of the pandemic and currently offers five flights per week.
According to the November flight schedule, the airline will offer flights every day except Tuesday and Saturday throughout the month.