British Airways launches new route from London Gatwick to Lima, Peru from Wednesday 4 May 2016

Hot on the heels of the announcement of a new route from London Gatwick to Costa Rica, BA is to launch another new long haul route from Gatwick to Lima (Jorge Chávez International Airport) in Peru.

The route launches on Wednesday 4 May. Flights will initially operate three times weekly, departing on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.  

The route will be operated with a three class (Club World business class, World Traveller Plus premium economy, World Traveller economy) Boeing 777 aircraft.

This will be the only current direct route between London and Peru. BA’s Iberia sibling also flies to Peru from Madrid and passengers will be able “mix and match” direct and indirect flights operated by both airlines.

Flights are now on sale on ba.com

Flight BA2239 Depart London Gatwick 13:50 – Arrive Lima 20:25 (Weds)
Flight BA2238 Depart Lima 21:55 – Arrive London Gatwick 16:15 (Weds)

Flight BA2239 Depart London Gatwick 11:55 – Arrive Lima 18:30 (Fri, Sun)
Flight BA2238 Depart Lima 20:00 – Arrive London Gatwick 14:20 (Fri, Sun)

Flights will operate twice weekly, on Wednesday and Sunday, from 30 October 2016:

Flight BA2239 Depart London Gatwick 10:15 – Arrive Lima 17:55 (Weds, Sun)
Flight BA2238 Depart Lima 19:25 – Arrive London Gatwick 12:35 (Weds, Sun)

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One Response to British Airways launches new route from London Gatwick to Lima, Peru from Wednesday 4 May 2016

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