British Airways will operate its London City-Angers route up to four-times weekly next summer.
This summer, the carrier flew a twice-weekly seasonal service to the Loire Valley airport.
When the route resumes on March 28, BA will intially operate a twice-weekly service, before increasing to three weekly flights in May and four weekly in June, July and August.
Flights will run on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays during the peak summer months.
BA will also launch a four-times weekly London City-Bergerac service next summer (see news, October 9), as well as three extra weekly flights to Nice and an extra Saturday service to Quimper.
Luke Hayhoe, BA’s general manager commercial at LCY, said: “With quick and convenient flights from London City Airport, France is one of the most popular countries that our customers want to visit. So we are delighted to add new destinations, extra flights and improved schedules for next summer.”