British Airways is resuming flights to 17 destinations in August, including a number of spots across Italy, France and Turkey.
The airline has said that routes will be operated on “continued low frequencies” due to the impact of Covid-19.
Destinations on the list include some popular holiday spots including Bodrum in Turkey, as well as Bordeaux and Lyon in France.
The airline is also resuming flights to some long-haul destinations including Antigua.
Currently, British Airways is offering up some cheap flights for last-minute bookings – for example, you can find fares to Europe starting from £31 each way.
If you’re thinking of booking any trip, make sure you check the latest FCO travel advice for your chosen destination, including whether you will need to quarantine upon return or any updated travel restrictions. You can check information for individual countries on the FCO website.
With the uncertainty amidst the pandemic around travel plans, the airline has introduced some flexible booking options – including changing a booking free of charge, or cancelling and receiving a voucher for travelling at a later date.
If you had a BA flight booked in recent months which was affected by the pandemic and you claimed a voucher, this can be used towards the flights.
As for precautions during the pandemic, the airline has said it is cleaning all key surfaces including seats, screens, seat buckles and tray tables after every flight, while each aircraft is being completely cleaned ‘from nose to tail’ every day.
Meanwhile, passengers are asked to wear a face covering at all times – including bringing extras so they can replace them every four hours on longer flights.
Destinations with resumed flights in August
You can find out more on the British Airways website.