British Airways has announced that it will increase its frequency on Hyderabad route.
Starting 27 October 2013, the airline will fly daily to the South Indian city of Andhra Pradesh from London Heathrow. The daily flights will be operated on a Boeing 777-200 in a three class configuration.
Christopher Fordyce, regional commercial manager for British Airways in South Asia said, “It is a joyous moment for us at British Airways to further enhance our services to India, which is our second largest market outside the UK. Hyderabad is truly a key market in our South Asian network. We have witnessed tremendous growth in the market since 2008, resulting in concerted growth in the outbound business and leisure tourism.. Our customers from Hyderabad will now be able to enjoy daily service to the UK whilst enjoying British Airways’ unmatched in-flight services and flying experience.”
British Airways had increased its Hyderabad service to six flights per-week from five flights per-week in October 2012, after reporting 20% increase in general capacity from the city.