April 12, 2007

GB Airways ups flights to 19/week

British Airways franchise partner GB Airways has increased its summer service from Paphos to reach a total of 19 weekly flights to London and Manchester.

In the peak season, the airline will operate up to twelve flights to London Gatwick, having launched the service in winter 2003 with just two flights a week. It is now also operating a daily service to Manchester.

Alan McIntyre, commercial director GB Airways said, “flights from Paphos to London and Manchester have proved very popular and by increasing our service we are giving our customers the flexibility to travel when they want, still at a value for money fare”.

One-way fares from Paphos to London Gatwick and Manchester currently start at CYP 50 plus taxes for travel between April 15 and 29 June 29 for bookings made by April 20. After that regular fares start from CYP 60 plus taxes

The Manchester service offers high quality buy-on board food and drink.

The airline recently launched GB Privilege, an email service offering overseas homeowners a range of benefits, with the aim to save time, money and make the planning of regular trips abroad easier. For more information visit www.gbairways.com/gbprivilege

Source: www.financialmirror.com

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