British Airways has announced plans plans to move to a daily frequency on its Heathrow-Nashville route from next summer.

The carrier will add two extra frequencies to its current five times weekly service.

BA says the move means Nashville will become it’s fastest new route to move to a daily service in ten years.

The carrier has gradually been expanding its routes to the US over the last few years. In July BA announced plans to launch flights between Heathrow and Pittsburgh in April 2019.

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However earlier this year the carrier confirmed its Oakland route would remain suspended for the summer 2019 season.

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Commenting on the Nashville expansion Sean Doyle, BA’s director of network and alliances said:

“We’re incredibly excited to be offering daily services to Nashville from our home in London, next summer. We only launched this route earlier this year and it is testament to the appeal of the city and all that it offers that we’re able to increase our service in such a short timeframe.”