British Airways is adding to its London Heathrow network, with the airline adding Nuremberg as a destination.
Flights to Nuremberg will commence on the 27th of March. British Airways will operate the London Heathrow to Nuremberg as follows
- From 27th March 2022 – Four times a week
- From 1st May 2022 – Six times a week
- From 30th October 2022 – Four times a week for the Winter timetable
Flights will operate from Heathrow Terminal 3. Being based out of Heathrow Airport, these will typically use British Airways narrowbody Airbus aircraft (A319/A320/A321/A320neo).
Lead-in prices have been loaded, with return flights to Nuremberg will start from £69 in Euro Traveller and £202 in Club Europe. You can also use Avios as part payment, with prices starting at £59 plus 1,000 Avios or £72 plus 24,500 Avios in Euro Traveller and Club Europe.
Onboard catering will be as current – in Euro Traveller, you can utilise The SpeedBird Cafe to pre-order (or order onboard). Club Europe passengers will have the usual selection offered, depending on the time of day the flight operates
Neil Chernoff, British Airways’ Director of Networks and Alliances said:
“After over 20 months of travel restrictions we know our customers are looking for new and exciting places to visit, so the addition of this route to our short-haul network ahead of the summer season is perfect timing for anyone who would like to plan their trips for the year ahead.
“Nuremburg offers something for everyone, ranging from sightseeing in the sunshine to exploring the German markets at Christmas, so we hope our customers take full advantage of this new destination to our network.”
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It’s another connection in the BA network – although with the flight going from Terminal 3 – not essential to the network and connecting traffic (flights that focus more on connecting with long-haul flights tend to arrive/depart from Heathrow Terminal 5).
The airline has been busy building out of network as the recovery continues, with growth out of London City Airport, as well as building out transatlantic traffic thanks to the Atlantic Joint Business venue.
We’ll have to see if the traffic and connection traffic demands the airline to allocate the route into T5, or if it is set to remain at T3.
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