British Airways is to expand its Inverness – Heathrow service

British Airways is to expand its Inverness – Heathrow service

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British Airways is to expand its Inverness – Heathrow service from seven to ten flights a week from March next year.

The new schedule, which will see a 30 per cent increase in capacity on the route, is the second major boost to the economy of the highlands and islands generated by British Airways, following on from the airline’s agreement with Scottish airline Loganair of an extended code share agreement, which came into effect at the beginning of September.

Phyllis Stuart, British Airways’ manager at Inverness said, “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”.