British Airways has confirmed plans to operate three weekly routes from regional UK airports this summer.
The carrier’s subsidiary BA Cityflyer will fly between Southampton and Dublin, as well as from Edinburgh to both Guernsey and Jersey, with the following schedules:
Southampton-Dublin (operates on Saturdays from Dublin, and on Sundays from Southampton, from May 14 to October 30, 2022)
- BA2937 departs Dublin at 0715, arriving into Southampton at 0835
- BA2938 departs Southampton at 1040, arriving into Dublin at 1200
Edinburgh-Guernsey (operates on Saturdays from June 18 to September 24, 2022)
- BA2343 departs Edinburgh at 1045, arriving into Guernsey at 1215
- BA2342 departs Guernsey at 1300, arriving into Edinburgh at 1430
Edinburgh-Jersey (operates on Saturday from June 18 to September 24, 2022)
- BA2349 departs Edinburgh at 1545, arriving into Jersey at 1715
- BA2348 departs Jersey at 1800, arriving into Edinburgh at 1930
Fares on the Southampton-Dublin route start from £27 each way, with Edinburgh-Guernsey starting from £36 each way, and Edinburgh-Jersey starting from £39 each way.
BA Cityflyer operated the Edinburgh-Guernsey route in summer 2021. The carrier also offered flights from Southampton to 11 European destinations last summer.
The three routes will be served by Embraer aircraft, using spare weekend capacity as a result of London City airport’s restricted weekend movements.