BA doubles London-Mumbai flights

Hotel News - 03/11/2005

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British Airways (BA) has announced it is to double the frequency of flights from Mumbai to London Heathrow.

The news will make it easier for travellers to access India's business capital and the airline hopes it will soon be increasing the number of flights it offers from India's capital, Delhi.

This makes BA the first global airline to offer direct flights to five cities in India.

The world's favourite airline (announced today by TripAdvisor) now flies to Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata, facilitating business links between India and the UK

If you are flying to or from London Heathrow on business, and would like accommodation, the airport offers several world-class airport hotels.

Heathrow airport hotels usually offer frequent traveller reward schemes, so if you often travel on business, you may be eligible for free flights, hotel stays or leisure breaks, when you use hotel accommodation.

Airport hotels can easily be pre-booked online and some also offer free airport parking for the duration of your stay.

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