In Aviation Corner, Latvia, Poland, Romania

With an expectation that travelling is going to be possible this summer, airlines are continuing to add flights to their schedules for both destinations near and far to meet the demand they are expecting.


Although it had been due to launch this route in January, there was a tender for a PSO (Public Service Obligation) which lapsed – so this week easyJet announced their intention to fly from Gatwick to Newquay this summer on a thrice-weekly service.

London Gatwick 1710 – Newquay 1830
Newquay 1905 – London Gatwick 2015

London Gatwick 1815 – Newquay 1935
Newquay 2010 – London Gatwick 2120

London Gatwick 0850 – Newquay 1010
Newquay 1045 – London Gatwick 1155


British Airways

A number of new short-haul services are being added just for the summer, starting in July and ending in September to destinations in Eastern Europe. These include Wroclaw and Gdansk in Poland, Riga in Latvia and Cluj-Napoca in Romaina.

Wroclaw – Thursday and Sunday
London Heathrow 0735 – Wroclaw 1045
Wroclaw 1135 – London Heathrow 1245

Riga – Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
London Heathrow 1500 – Riga 1940
Riga 2030 – London Heathrow 2115

Wednesday and Sunday
London Heathrow 1600 – Gdansk 1910
Gdansk 2000 – London Heathrow 2115

London Heathrow 1615 – Gdansk 1925
Gdansk 2015 – London Heathrow 2130

London Heathrow 0650 – Cluj-Napoca 1140
Cluj-Napoca 1230 – London Heathrow 1330

Friday and Sunday
London Heathrow 0700 – Cluj-Napoca 1150
Cluj-Napoca 1240 – London Heathrow 1340



Following the confirmation the assets of flyBe have been bought last week, it appears that the former bmi relief slots at Heathrow have been rewarded to them for daily services to Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

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