British Airways will be starting its new Heathrow services to Zagreb, Rotterdam and Leeds Bradford on Sunday (December 9). (Featured image by Deanster1983)
There will be four flights a day between Leeds Bradford and Heathrow, with prices starting from £63 one-way.
Travellers can also take advantage of daily flights from Heathrow to Zagreb in Croatia from just £72 one-way, while flights from Heathrow to Rotterdam in the Netherlands will depart three times a day from just £59 one-way.
The fares include a 23kg luggage allowance, free on-line check-in, seat selection 24 hours before departure and a snack/drink on board.
BA is also offering a number of hotel deals in Zagreb, Rotterdam and Leeds Bradford. Zagreb passengers can choose from the four-star Four Points by Sheraton Panorama on an accommodation-only basis from £60 per person, per night in January.
The four-star International Hotel, on an accommodation-only basis, is also available from £70 per person, per night in January.
In Rotterdam, holidaymakers have the option of the four-star Novotel Rotterdam Brainpark on an accommodation-only basis from £70 per person, per night in January.
Alternatively, they could also side with the four-star Hilton Rotterdam Hotel on an accommodation-only basis from £125 per person, per night in January.
In Leeds Bradford, passengers can stay at the Holiday Inn Express in Leeds City Centre from £19.50 per person, per night in January (including breakfast).
British Airways also recently announced that it is expanding its services to Asia and North America, using its previous bmi slots at London Heathrow airport to pave the way for flights to the two continents.
The airline acquired 56 extra slots at London Heathrow airport as a result of the purchase of bmi.
While part of a concession with the European Commission’s competition authorities will mean that 14 of the slots will be transferred to other airlines, some of the remaining slots will be used to launch services to South Korea’s capital Seoul, as well as flights to parts of North India.