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BA Euroflyer – the new subsidiary of British Airways is connecting BER with London Gatwick Airport with immediate effect. The airline will start with up to five weekly flights to the UK and increase to a daily service in June. Initially, the connection will be operated with aircraft from the parent company British Airways as well as from other companies of the International Airlines Group IAG (which includes British Airways, Iberia and Vueling). In the course of the year, aircraft with the BA Euroflyer branding will be in operation.
For the first flight and then every Monday, the planes take off at 7.20 p.m. in the direction of London and arrive at Gatwick Airport at 8.30 p.m. In the opposite direction, the aircraft take off at 2.35 p.m. and arrive at BER at 5.45 p.m. The flight time is around two hours. The time difference BER – London is minus one hour. The departure times on the other days of the week vary and fit perfectly into the overall British Airways service between Berlin and the English capital. Alongside London City Airport and London Heathrow, Gatwick becomes the third airport to be directly connected by BA.
London is easy to reach from Gatwick Airport by car or public transport (shuttle, train, bus). By train (the Gatwick Express or the Gatwick train transfer) you can be in central London in around 30 minutes. The journey by car or bus depends on traffic and may take a little over an hour, depending on traffic conditions.