Find peace and beauty in the Isle of Man, or discover the unexpected ancient culture of China’s “iPhone City”, Zhengzhou. As clocks go forward and airline timetables change, two more destinations have gained links with Heathrow.Continue reading…
Heathrow once more has a direct link with the Channel Islands. Virgin Atlantic has announced flights to Tel Aviv in Israel. And as spring timetables usher in a flurry of new routes, we round up the rest of the season’s new arrivals.Continue reading…
Everyone knows Cornwall, don’t they? Even those who’ve never visited Britain’s sunshine coast can conjure a mental image of ice cream, rockpools, smugglers’ coves and picture-perfect fishing villages.
Well, here’s your chance to prove you know your pilchards from your piskies. How many of these rock-solid facts about Cornwall did you already know?
* Not sure what that means? You’re in the right place – read on.Continue reading…
Direct flights now operating with Garuda Indonesia
Here’s news to banish those winter blues. For the first time you’ll be able to board an aircraft in Britain and step off in beautiful Bali, Indonesia’s best-known paradise island.
So if you’ve ever been tempted by Bali’s idyllic scenery, tropical seas and friendly people — now there’s one more reason to visit in 2019.
Flights to Lefkada, Corsica, Charleston and Chengdu, in China’s Sichuan Province, have all been announced for summer 2019. Read on to see who’s flying where, and why you might want to go.
UPDATE: Flybe has announced flights from Heathrow to Newquay, Cornwall. And British Airways has added two new summer routes, to Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Montpellier (France), and a year-round service to Islamabad (Pakistan). Details below …
Flying to the US? You’ve more choice than ever, with new direct services to Phoenix and Pittsburgh, and extra flights to Seattle and New York. Read on to see what else is new in our autumn 2018 route news round-up.
You’ve yet more choice of routes to China from Heathrow this year, with new direct services to Chongqing and Shenzhen. That means that from autumn 2018 you’ll have 11 Chinese destinations to pick from, with ten different airlines.
Whether you’re planning a business trip, a holiday or a connecting flight to Asia or Australasia, Heathrow can now put you even closer to where you want to be.
Cruise the Strip in Las Vegas or hit the beach in Barbados. Soak up the sun in Durban or discover China’s ‘Hawaii of the East’ (pictured). They’re just some of the destinations with new links from London Heathrow – read on for details.