British Airways newest direct route to South Africa operates all year on Monday, Thursday and Saturday from London Heathrow.

This alternate gateway into South Africa offers an often preferential fare than its established counterparts and reveals a new side to the country for previous visitors.

With direct flights to Cape Town from London, your customers can spend less time travelling and more time enjoying their holiday. You can also fly to Cape Town from Johannesburg with Comair, available to book through Lime.

Daily departures from London Heathrow are available all year round. Additionally, if travelling during the winter season, your customers have the option of Gatwick departures on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

Fly direct to Johannesburg from London Heathrow with
British Airways with multiple departures daily on Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A380 aircraft. For customers looking for the ultimate luxury, choose the Airbus A380 departure for the option of travelling in First.

Johannesburg makes an ideal start to a multi-centre with Comair connections into Mauritius available to book with Lime.

British Airways operate the only direct service from the UK to Seychelles, flying twice weekly from London Heathrow.

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Your customers could be relaxing in Mauritius in just twelve hours thanks to direct flights from London Gatwick.

Flights depart five times weekly (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday) during the winter season or three times weekly (Monday, Thursday and Saturday) during the summer.

Between November and March, British Airways fly direct to Male from London Gatwick on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

During the rest of the year, British Airways codeshare partner Qatar Airways has your customers covered with daily departures via Doha.


Thanks to British Airways £6.5bn investment programme, customers will benefit from a number of stylish cabin enhancements. From a £600m Club World upgrade that includes direct-aisle access seats and The White Company amenities onboard to a catering overhaul offering exciting new menus in both economy and premium cabins, the airline's commitment to excellence and innovation in the skies will continue into 2019 and beyond.