The FINANCIAL -- British Airways returns to Birmingham Airport after a ten-year break this weekend with each way flights throughout the summer from just £29.
The first British Airways flight for a decade will take off from Birmingham at 7.20pm on Saturday to the Italian city of Florence. The other summer-only services that will operate every weekend are to the popular Spanish sunspots of Malaga, Ibiza and Palma.
British Airways last flew from Birmingham in 2007 when the regional airline business was sold to Flybe, according to Birmingham Airport.
Customers will travel direct from their doorstep on modern Embraer 190 jet aircraft, with spacious cabins and two abreast seating so everyone can have an aisle or window seat. Each way fares are available to book on www.ba.com, from £29 to Malaga, £35 to Ibiza, £35 to Palma and £47 to Florence.
Excellent holiday packages are also available on ba.com:
One week on a room only basis at the three-star Es Bolero Hotel, Cala D’Or, including return flights from Birmingham to Palma in June from £221 per person, based on two people sharing.
One week on a room only basis at the three-star Las Rampas Hotel, Fuengirola, including return flights from Birmingham to Malaga in June from £266 per person, based on two people sharing.
One week on a room only basis at the ApartHotel Reco des Sol Ibiza including flights from Birmingham to Ibiza in June from £311 per person, based on two people sharing.
One week at the four-star Style Florence Hotel, including return flights from Birmingham to Florence and 23kg hold baggage in June from £573, based on two people sharing.