BA Cityflyer outlines its restart at London City Airport

A BA Cityflyer Embraer E190 taxis out at London City Airport (Aviation Media Agency)
A BA Cityflyer Embraer E190 taxis out at London City Airport (Aviation Media Agency)

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

DepartsArrivesStart Date
London CityIsle of Man21st June
London CityFlorence10th July
London CityIbiza10th July
London CityMalaga10th July
London CityPalma De Mallorca10th July
London CityDublin20th July
London CityEdinburgh20th July
London CityGlasgow20th July
London CityManchester (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.

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