British Airways subsidiary BA Cityflyer (CJ/CFE) has outlined its return to flying as London City Airport reopens for commercial flights.
The airline operates domestic and European flights from London City Airport (LCY/EGLC) which is its main base.
BA Cityflyer normally operates on 32 routes from London City but will initially return with just nine routes.
The Initial 9 Routes
|London City||Isle of Man||21st June|
|London City||Florence||10th July|
|London City||Ibiza||10th July|
|London City||Malaga||10th July|
|London City||Palma De Mallorca||10th July|
|London City||Dublin||20th July|
|London City||Edinburgh||20th July|
|London City||Glasgow||20th July|
|London City||Manchester (x2 daily)||31st July|
All routes are operated by an Embraer E190 except the Isle of Man service which is operated by Loganair using an ATR42.