The capital of Iceland, Reykjavik has become one of three new routes to European capitals that are launched by British Airways from London this winter. Also flights will be launched to the Paris airport Orly and to the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague. The airline management says that for the first time the capital of Great Britain and Iceland will be connected by a direct flight.
Also, the air carrier intends to increase the frequency of flights to Paris and Prague, which meets the interests of business travelers. The air route to Reykjavik will operate twice a week starting on November 2rd, offering passengers tickets with three tariff options. Departures to Paris and Prague from London will begin in January 2018: three flights a day to Paris and six - to Prague. All flights will be operated by Embraer aircraft.