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British Airways to take off for Pittsburgh in April next year

British Airways to take off for Pittsburgh in April next year

British Airways will become the only airline to offer a direct flight from the UK to Pittsburgh when a new service takes off in April next year.

From April 2nd, the airline will launch a year-round four-per-week service to the Pennsylvanian city from Heathrow.

The new route will take the number of US destinations the airline flies to from London up to 26, and the number of daily flights offered by British Airways and American Airlines as part of their transatlantic joint business up to 67 per day.

The route will be operated by one of British Airways’ newest aircraft, the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.

Sean Doyle, British Airways director of network and alliances, said: “We are extremely pleased to be adding Pittsburgh to our global network of over 250 destinations.

“With the roll-out of Wi-Fi on our long-haul flights and the ongoing investment we’re making in the customer experience on the ground and in the air, we’re proud to be flying the flag for high quality transatlantic travel.”

The new flights will run on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with the BA0171 departing from London Heathrow at 17:00 and landing into Pittsburgh at 20:15, while the BA0170 will leave Pittsburgh at 21:50, arriving into London at 10:25 the following day.

As well as the thriving arts, culture and food scene, a vast range of outdoor activities are also easily accessible, afforded by the great rivers, green valleys and majestic mountains.

British Airways will launch 16 new routes across the globe this year including direct flights to Nashville that started in March.

These new routes come as the airline rolls out a £4.5 billion, five-year customer investment plan, with a focus on excellence in the premium cabins and more choice and quality for all its customers.

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