British Airways resumes Austin to London service –

Starting on October 13, British Airways will resume their popular nonstop service from Austin to London-Heathrow (LHR).
AUSTIN, Texas – Following a 17 month absence, transatlantic service will return to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, as British Airways will soon resume their popular nonstop service from Austin to London-Heathrow (LHR) on October 13. 
Having operated in Austin since March 2014, British Airway’s resumed service is scheduled for three days a week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, aboard a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 
Flight number BA190 will depart Austin at 8:05 p.m. and arrive in London at 10:10 a.m. the following morning. BA191 departs at 12:10 p.m. arriving in Austin at 4:45 p.m. All times are local.  
“We can’t wait to welcome our customers back on board our Austin flights and we are honored to be playing our part in reuniting families and friends with their loved ones after such a long time apart,” said Marie Hilditch, British Airways’ Head of North America sales. “The safety of our customers and colleagues has always been at the heart of everything we do.  We know some customers won’t have flown for a long time, we can assure them we have a range of Covid-19 measures in place to provide stress and hassle-free travel.”  
British Airways has introduced a number of measures at the airport and on board to look after the safety and wellbeing of its customers and crew. These include social distancing measures, the wearing of facemasks and hand sanitizer stations. Prior to travel, customers will also receive details of how they can prepare for their next flight. 
The airline is cleaning all key surfaces including seats, screens, seat buckles and tray tables after every flight and each aircraft is completely cleaned from nose to tail every day. The air on all British Airways flights is fully recycled once every two to three minutes through HEPA filters, which remove microscopic bacteria and virus clusters with over 99.9% efficiency, equivalent to hospital operating theatre standards. 
“The Austin to London route was more than just a fantastic travel opportunity, it was a strong contributor to the local economy,” said Gina Fiandaca, Assistant City Manager over the SD23 Mobility Outcome. “We are delighted to welcome British Airways and its customers back to Austin.” 
For travelers arriving in Austin, AUS is ready with enhanced health and safety protocols and modified operations to ensure your time at the airport is safe and comfortable. These include enhanced cleaning procedures throughout the terminal, contactless mobile ordering, and on-site testing. For more information, click here.  
“We are thrilled to be welcoming back British Airways to Austin and celebrate the return of nonstop service to London-Heathrow,” said Jacqueline Yaft, Chief Executive Officer for AUS. “The resumption of nonstop transatlantic between our two cities is great news for both business and leisure travelers alike.” 
British Airways is part of International Airlines Group (IAG) and is one of the World’s leading global premium airlines. Customers booking with British Airways can do so with absolute confidence, thanks to the airline’s flexible booking policy. Customers are able to exchange their booking for a voucher or move their dates without incurring a change fee if their plans change. British Airways Holidays’ customers also have access to a range of additional flexible booking options, as part of the company’s Customer Promise. 
Owned and operated by the City of Austin, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is the second-fastest growing, mid-sized airport in the United States. Austin-Bergstrom is also an economic engine in Central Texas, supplying over 74,000 direct and indirect jobs in the Central Texas region.  
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