British Airways is expanding its short-haul network by adding new flights to two European capital cities: Riga in Latvia and Belgrade in Serbia.
The airline is to launch a three-times-weekly service from London Heathrow to Riga from October 29, with return fares available from £73.
A two-night city break package with British Airways Holidays starts from £169pp.
A three-times-weekly service from London Heathrow to Belgrade will start on October 31, with return fares available from £105.
A 12-times-weekly service will also operate from London Heathrow to Cologne, beginning October 30 2023 with return fares starting from £92.
Meanwhile, weekly winter flights from Heathrow to Turin, Italy, will also become available on Sundays from December 10, 2023 and BA Cityflyer, British Airways’ subsidiary based at London City Airport, will launch a weekly service to Milan Linate Airport from November 5 2023, with fares from £112.
Neil Chernoff, British Airways’ Director of Network and Alliances, said: “We are excited to be adding European cities Riga, Belgrade and Cologne to our route network.
“These are destinations that we think our customers will love, offering an alternative to some of the more well-known cities we fly to. We also know that Italy in particular is a firm favourite with our customers, so we look forward to adding more capacity with flights to Milan and Turin, alongside more choice across Europe generally.”