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BA To Resume Heathrow-San Diego Route

British Airways will restart flights between London Heathrow and San Diego on 13th October, following a hiatus of over 18 months.

The route was suspended in March 2020 following the onset of Covid-19, but will now resume as a three-times-weekly service departing Heathrow at 13:45 on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, arriving in San Diego at 16:45, before returning at 19:00 and landing back into London at 13:25 the following day.

San Diego International airport said that BA would be the first carrier to resume nonstop service between Europe and the Californian city since the start of the pandemic.

Last month BA resumed flights between Heathrow and Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport, and the carrier recently added frequencies from New York JFK, Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle to London, following the decision by the UK government to remove quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travellers arriving from the EU and US.

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