12-Feb-2010 12:58 PM

British Airways considering expanding all-Business service to more US destinations

British Airways CEO, Willie Walsh, stated the carrier is considering expanding its all-Business services from London City Airport to more destinations in the US, with Boston and Washington under consideration (Bloomberg, 11-Feb-2010). Load factor on its London City-New York sector are reportedly averaging 75%.

British Airways:
“City-New York is performing really well and bookings are very encouraging. We’re considering more East Coast routes, but we need to be able to look at at least four months of operations before reaching a decision,” Willie Walsh, CEO. Source: Bloomberg, 11-Feb-2010.

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