British Airways flights from Bristol Airport, operated by BA Cityflyer, have removed flights from their 2019 schedule from Bristol Airport. Based on the adjustment, the oneWorld member will no longer operate their weekend-only service at Bristol Airport in the summer 2019 season.
Reservations for following routes has been closed since last week.
Bristol – Florence eff 18MAY19 1 weekly E170
Bristol – Malaga eff 18MAY19 2 weekly E190
Bristol – Palma Mallorca eff 18MAY19 1 weekly E190
British Airways begins one of its busiest summers next week with the launch of additional frequency and capacity on flights from Bristol Airport.
The addition of two new Embraer 190 aircraft to the growing fleet means that more than 20,000 seats will be on sale from Bristol to some of the most popular leisure destinations in Europe, an increase of 20% compared to last year British Airways flights.
There is an extra weekend flight from Bristol to Palma, as well as flights to Florence, Ibiza and Malaga. In May last year British Airways launched new summer-only routes from Bristol Airport after an absence of 10 years.
This Saturday 20th May 2017 marks the launch of British Airways flights from Bristol Airport again after a period of 10 years absent from the airport. The flights operate on Saturdays to Florence, Ibiza and Malaga using 3 Embraer 190 aircraft and 1 Embraer 170 aircraft with spacious cabins and two abreast seating so every passenger has an aisle or window seat.
British Airways are pleased to be restarting flights from Bristol and offering customers competitively priced flights on popular routes with our national airline. Depending on the success of the routes further routes may be added to the British Airways schedules.
The flights operate as follows:
- Arrives: 12:25pm – E170
- Departs: 13:10pm – E170
- Arrives: 15:10pm – E190
- Departs: 15:55pm – E190
- Arrives: 15:15pm – E190
- Departs: 16:00pm – E190
- Arrives: 15:45pm – E190
- Departs: 16:30pm – E190
More details on all flights from Bristol Airport can be found on our Mayflys page.