British Airways will operate flights between the United Kingdom and Bermuda from March 28, 2021

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British Airways has announced that it will operate daily flights between the UK and Bermuda from 28 March 2021. Tickets are now on sale at GBP 510 for round-trip flights.

Flights will depart London Heathrow at 14:55, landing in Bermuda at 18:25. The flights will be operated with Boeing 777-200 aircraft.

British Airways will operate flights to Bermuda

BA0159 London 14:55 - 18:25 Bermuda
BA0158 Bermuda 20:10 - 06:55 + 1 London

After 32 years, British Airways will resume direct flights to Bermuda. Flights will be operated from Heathrow International Airport Terminal 5.

Heathrow Airport continues to be recognized as one of the most important airports in the world, being named "Best Airport in Western Europe" for the last five consecutive years and "Best Airport for Shopping" for the last 10 years. Terminal 5, the British Airways terminal, has been named "Best Airport Terminal in the World" 6 times in its 11-year history.

Bermuda, located in the North Atlantic Ocean, is home to some of the world's most stunning reef diving and snorkeling, and visitors will enjoy luxury accommodation selected by British Airways Holidays experts for the perfect holiday scheduled for 2021.

British Airways has introduced a series of measures to keep its customers safe and requires passengers to comply with the new measures to help manage the well-being of all travelers.

These include:

  • online check-in, unloading of the boarding pass and, if possible, self-scanning of the boarding passes at the departure gate;
  • respect for social distance and the use of hand sanitizers;
  • permanent wearing of the mask on the nose and mouth;
  • optimizing hand luggage, if possible to be as small as possible and stored under the front seat.

The airline cleans all surfaces, including seats, screens, buckles and trays after each flight. Each aircraft is completely cleaned from nose to tail every day. The air on all British Airways flights is completely recycled every two to three minutes through HEPA filters, which eliminate microscopic bacteria and groups of viruses with an efficiency of over 99,9%, equivalent to the standards in the operating rooms.

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