Got cabin fever? And, now wondering which airlines are operational in the UK right now? London Heathrow Airport on an average runs about 600 flights per day but the coronavirus pandemic has brought everything to a halt. But for the past 2 months, things are slowly and steadily getting back to normal.
The International flight operations that were once suspended are now resuming across the globe. While everyone in the countries like the US, China, Dubai, Abu-Dhabi and some in Europe have resumed flights but are still working on less capacity in order to ensure that passengers are carried to their destinations safely.
Also, while there is a go-ahead for most of the international flights in a phased manner, there is also a set of precautionary measures that need to be taken care of before you are allowed to board the flight. Along with the masks, sanitisers and face shield, you also need a mandatory certificate that informs the airlines if the passenger if COVID-19 negative or not.
We agree there is a lot of confusion as to which airlines are operational in the UK right now and where all. As the best travel agents in London, we thought of updating you with the list of international flights flying from London Airports.
This UK-based airline has started its operations since August 1 where it is flying to Barbados, the USA including San Francisco, Miami, New York JFK, Washington DC, Seattle, LA and Atlanta. You can also book flights to Tel Aviv, Lagos, Delhi, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Johannesburg. Currently, the airline is operating flights from Manchester and London Heathrow Airport.
India’s first premium airline has launched its operation between London and Delhi thrice a week from London Heathrow Airport.
You can now book RyanAir flights to fly between Ireland, Europe and the UK because the airline started its operations in July to most of its 80 bases across continents.
Easyjet has resumed its operations from all major airports in London to Portugal, Spain, France and more. All in all, it has resumed 40% of its routes. For detailed information, contact us here.
Lufthansa has also started its operations and as they say, the world is open to travel again. This month the airline has started 90 per cent of its short-haul and 70 per cent of its long haul flights. So book flights to the most popular European destinations like Palma de Mallorca, Dublin, and Malaga. Also, Porto, Seville, Valencia, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Vienna and more. Contact your best travel agents. Know more destinations that you can fly to from London Airports like Manchester, Birmingham, and London Heathrow.
Dubai had already opened its doors for tourists back in the first week of July. Now Emirates, Dubai-based airline is flying from London to Frankfurt, Milan, Paris, Madrid, Toronto, Chicago, Melbourne and Sydney including the 40 other destinations. Please contact us to know more about the routes.
British Airways recently announced relief flights to India. In addition, the airline has already resumed its operations from London Gatwick to four Caribbean destinations including Bermuda, Barbados, Kingston, Jamaica and St Lucia.
Book Etihad Airways, this Abu Dhabi-based airline to travel to Istanbul, Male, Manchester, Dusseldorf, Cairo, Amman, Munich and Belgrade.
Travel to Ankara and European countries Berlin and Amsterdam from London. In addition, they recently added 40 countries for which you can get all the information with our flight booking managers.
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