British Airways starts two routes from Bremen to UK

SUN-AIR starts two UK routes from Bremen

An iconic London taxi was on hand at Bremen Airport on Monday 31 October to help celebrate the launch of British Airways’ two new routes, operated by SUN-AIR, to London City and Manchester in the UK. Neither route is currently served. The Danish regional carrier, a franchise partner of British Airways, already serves both these UK airports from its Billund base.

  • British Airways has started two new routes, operated by franchise partner SUN-AIR, from Bremen (BRE). On 31 October the Danish carrier began 10 times weekly flights on the 616-kilometre route to London City (LCY) and 11 times weekly flights on the 735-kilometre route to Manchester (MAN). Neither route is currently served by any other carrier, though Ryanair has in the past connected Bremen with Manchester. Both routes will be operated by a 32-seater Dornier 328 aircraft with full in-flight service that includes a meal and Dornier wines, ice cream dessert and daily newspapers. SUN-AIR already serves both of these UK destinations on behalf of British Airways from its home base in Billund, Denmark. Vote for Bremen Airport’s cake in this week’s competition.


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