British Airways is to restore flights between London Gatwick airport and Jersey in the Channel Islands this summer.
The airline’s BA Euroflyer subsidiary will operate Gatwick-Jersey flights from 23 May, with up to four services per week during the summer 2024 schedule. BA previously stopped flying on the route during the Covid-19 pandemic.
BA already operates services from London Heathrow to Jersey and will also increase frequency on this route up to five times per day this summer.
The restored Gatwick-Jersey service will use a mixture of Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft with both economy and Club Europe business class cabins.
Flights will initially operate on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with an additional service on Tuesday being added from 2 July.
BA Euroflyer was set up by British Airways in 2022 to operate the carrier’s short-haul flights from Gatwick.