Thursday, 9 May 2019

British Airways has an icy treat....

 No, winter is not coming -

Summer is coming!

There is no doubt that summer is literally just around the corner, helping kick it off with a flying start next week, the UK's leading airline, British Airways will be offering a little icy treat!

To mark the airline’s 100th birthday there will be 100 return seats for just £100 on offer to each of three selected British Airways’ sunshine destinations from London City. Plus the airline has got a mobile ice cream van that will drive around East London, setting up at Westfield Stratford and ExCel London over the course of three days next week.

Cabin crew will give away free ice creams and picture postcards with the chance to win a number of prizes, including a five-star holiday to Skiathos, flights to Europe and hotel stays to The Algarve, Majorca and Monaco, flights to Split, Nice, Majorca, Faro and the Greek Islands, flight upgrades to Club Europe and Beach Ibiza experiences and lots of giveaways including luggage tags and beach balls.

The ice cream van will set off on Thursday, May 16 and park at London Excel before moving onto Westfield, Stratford on May 17 and 18.

British Airways is launching flights to Split on June 21 - the first time travellers have been able to fly to Croatia from the Docklands airport.


Other sunshine destinations are Mahon, Granada, Malaga, Palma and Ibiza in Spain, Nice, Bergerac, and Quimper in France,  Florence, Venice and Rome in Italy,  Skiathos, Mykonos and Santorini in Greece and Faro in Portugal.

Neil Dillon, Marketing Director at London City Airport, said: “Over recent years, British Airways has built a stellar network of leisure destinations at London City Airport, as more people choose the convenience of London’s most central airport for their holidays.

“As we approach the summer, this very special ice cream van is hitting the streets of London to highlight a great selection of 2019 destinations that passengers will love, be it a city adventure in Florence, beach break in the Balearics or dining in the Dordogne.”

(Images British Airways)





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