British Airways has resumed scheduled passenger flights at London City airport.
BA’s subsidiary BA CityFlyer restarted flights early today, Friday 10 July, after a hiatus of more than three months.
Flights BA8483 and BA8463 departed London City for Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza shortly before 07:30, to be followed this morning by flights to Malaga and Florence.
This is the start of the progressive resumption of most of BA’s route network at London City throughout the summer.
BA’s Flight Plan At London City
BA will resume flights from London City to Dublin, Glasgow and Edinburgh from Monday 20 July.
This will be followed by Nice on Saturday 1 August, Bergerac on Sunday 2 August and Mahon on Monday 3 August.
BA will also launch a new route to Belfast City airport on Tuesday 1 September.
BA does not currently plan to resume flights to Amsterdam, Berlin Tegel, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Milan Linate, Munich, Prague, Rome Fiumicino, Rotterdam, Venice and Zurich until late August / early September.
Summer seasonal routes to Mykonos, Santorini, Skiathos and Split do not appear to be operating this year. The planned launch of San Sebastian has been postponed.
BA has also suspended London City – New York JFK until 1 September 2020 at the earliest. In all likelihood this will be extended.
As far as other airlines at London City concerned, Eastern Airways is flying to Teesside. Loganair is operating flights to Dundee and the Isle Of Man (as a wet lease for BA).
KLM plans to resume Amsterdam on Monday 13 July. Lufthansa will resume Frankfurt on Monday 7 September.