Budget carrier Clickair is poised to add London to its fast-growing network. The Spanish airline will replace Iberia (the national Spanish carrier which owns a stake in Clickair) on daily flights into Heathrow from both Seville and Valencia.
The services start next Thursday (February 1) and the good news is that tickets will cost less on account of Clickair’s lower operating costs.
The London-Seville service will depart at 1110 to arrive in the Andalucian capital at 1450. The inbound flight will leave Seville at 1430 to reach Heathrow at 1605.
Clickair’s Valencia service will depart Heathrow at 1715 reaching the city at 2030. Out of Valencia the service departs at 0840 arriving in London at 1000.
Return fares to Seville typically start from £79 while Valencia costs from £61. Clickair flies from Barcelona, Seville and Valencia. But its main base is Barcelona. From here it covers numerous cities in mainland Europe including Amsterdam, Berlin Tegel, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Lisbon, Munich, Prague, Seville and Zurich.
For more information go to clickair.com.
Report by Alex McWhirter