BA’s Gatwick Euroflyer granted operator’s certificate and licence

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By Lisa James
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British Airways’ new Gatwick subsidiary, BA Euroflyer, has received its own Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and operating licence from the Civil Aviation Authority.

The move enables the airline to begin the transition of aircraft, flight crew and cabin crew to the wholly owned BA subsidiary.

BA Euroflyer operates in a similar manner to the company’s existing subsidiary, BA Cityflyer, flying under the BA brand and delivering the same service.

BA launched BA Euroflyer on 29 March 2022, when the airline began operations under the BA AOC, signifying the return of international short-haul flying from Gatwick following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Over the next six months, 10 Airbus A320s and nine A321s will be gradually transitioned across from BA to BA Euroflyer with one A320 recently joining the BA Euroflyer fleet.

BA Euroflyer plans to operate from Gatwick to more than 30 destinations in Summer 2023 including Bari, Dubrovnik and Seville.

Seats are on sale now, starting at £39pp each way.

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