BA resumes Abu Dhabi flights after four years

British Airways has resumed flights between London and Abu Dhabi after a gap of four years due to the pandemic.

The airline is operating a daily year-round service on the route linking Heathrow and Zayed International airport.  

Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft are being deployed on the route for this summer.

BA chief customer officer Calum Laming said: “We are really excited to be celebrating our Abu Dhabi route launch.

“The new daily flight connects Abu Dhabi with London Heathrow and beyond, providing our customers with another amazing destination within our expansive global network and further growing our connections with the UAE.

“With four cabins to choose from, including first, we are confident customers will enjoy our exceptional and original British Airways service brought to life by our incredible colleagues.”

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