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British Airways to increase Toronto flights with new 767 service

British Airways has announced that it is to increase the number of flights to Canada with additional services between Toronto and London Heathrow.

From the 31st March these additional flights on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays will take the total frequency on the route to 17 per week.  The new frequencies will be served using a Boeing 767-300 aircraft, offering Club World business class, World Traveller Plus premium economy and World Traveller, the airline’s economy class.

Toronto with British Airways

Flights departing from Toronto will continue to arrive at London Heathrow’s Terminal 5.  The extra service will offer passengers increased access to London, as well as convenient onward connections to Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Istanbul, among others.

Passengers in Club World or Club Europeand Gold and Silver Executive Club members have access to the Galleries Lounges in Terminal 5, with stylish modern interiors and a touch of unique British style.

BA passengers will be able to travel in greater comfort, thanks to modern, refurbished cabins with new lighting and larger overhead lockers that allow for extra luggage.

British Airways has also announced a new route to Chengdu in China, just weeks after starting services to Seoul in South Korea.   The thrice-weekly service, which is now on sale, will start on September 22, 2013.  The route will be served by a four-cabin Boeing 777 with First, Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller.


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