Bamboo Airways Launches Flights to London Gatwick

Bamboo Airways will initially fly to London once per week from October 30. Gatwick passengers will now be able to book flights to seven destinations across Asia, including Dubai (Emirates), Bangkok and Singapore (Scoot), Doha (Qatar Airways and British Airways) and Islamabad (British Airways).

Bamboo is one of several new airlines to Gatwick in recent months – including Scoot, JetBlue and Norse Atlantic – which recognises the value of operating out of the airport, to access the London market.

The new service to Hanoi means passengers can now travel to 40 long-haul destinations from Gatwick, across the USA, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Asia and Africa.

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