BA introduces new low fares from Gatwick

British Airways has slashed up to 20 per cent off shorthaul fares from Gatwick and is introducing a new £39 one-way fare to some of its most popular destinations.

The new fares, combined with the airline’s fantastic new home in the North Terminal, mean customers are getting both exceptional value and customer service. Passengers will be able to travel on 12 of the 29 British Airways domestic and European routes from Gatwick for less than £40 one-way.

At Gatwick one-way all-inclusive fares to Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh are already competitively priced from £36, but fares to popular European cities like Malaga, Bologna and Verona are being cut and will start from £39.

Many other Gatwick routes will also have fare reductions including Innsbruck and Faro from £49, Salzburg from £59 and Marrakech from £69.

The reductions will be supported by an advertising campaign that highlights British Airways’ low fares and high value ethos at Gatwick. With the recent opening of a new dedicated check-in hall, featuring state-of-the-art technology, British Airways passengers will benefit from a premium service at non-premium prices.

Silla Maizey, British Airways managing director Gatwick said: “We are delighted to offer these low fares, and not just for a short sale period. There are no hidden costs like debit card fees, and all fares include free on-line check-in and seat selection from 24 hours before departure.

“All customers have a generous free 23 kilogram hold baggage allowance and two-piece hand luggage allowance, the opportunity to print their own boarding cards and bag tags, and complimentary refreshments on board the aircraft.”

She added: “We are delighted with our new home at Gatwick which has made check-in easier and faster for customers, giving them more time to relax before boarding their flight. Some of the new technology is a first for British Airways worldwide and will bring massive benefits for our customers.”

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