BA boosts India network

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British Airways (BA) has announced to boost its India network. 

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BA will boost India network

The airline will expand its route network from Hyderabad and Chennai from summer 2013 to six flights per-week from the current five times a week operation.

Christopher Fordyce, Regional Commercial Manager for British Airways in South Asia said, “We have witnessed tremendous customer response and increase in demand from Hyderabad and Chennai in the last couple of years. To cater to this growing demand, we are pleased to offer enhanced flight frequency to all our customers from these two cities. India continues to be one of the fastest growing markets for British Airways and we are proud to be participating as well as contributing to India’s tremendous growth story.”

The airline has also announced an attractive discount offer, exclusively for its Hyderabad and Chennai customers flying to London. Customers will avail 25% discount on all Club World tickets book before 23 November to London, for travel until 15 December 2012.
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