British Airways has announced it will begin a new route to Chengdu, China, from September next year. It will be the first direct flight between London Heathrow and the capital of Sichuan Province. The thrice weekly service will be operated on the carrier’s four-cabin Boeng 777 with First, Club World, World Traveller plus, and World Traveller classes. Reservations are open now for the flight and the airline is offering a special rate from US$830 if booked before January 6, 2013.
Share this Article
Finnair Adds Two Destinations in Asia
Finnair is expanding its existing Asian market with two new flights to Japan and China.
Emirates to Launch World’s Longest Flight in 2016
The launch of Emirates' Dubai–Panama City route will set a new record for the world's longest flig...
Watch: Air New Zealand’s Magical Video Starring Katie Holmes
Air New Zealand enlists the help of Hollywood stars Katie Holmes and Cuba Gooding Jr. to produce a m...
SriLankan Airlines to Launch Direct Flights to Australia
The airline is finally making the journey between Melbourne and Colombo one that is easy and comfort...
KLM Offers Art-Inspired Wines on Air
Stay up-to-date with the latest airline news about KLM, Air New Zealand, and Vistara Airlines.
Virgin America to Provide In-flight Spotify and New York Times Access
Virgin America passengers will soon be able to pick the perfect soundtrack for their travels with ac...