The service will start in May 2018 and will, amazingly, be the only direct flight from anywhere in Europe to Nashville.
The flights will operate five days per week, with departures on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. It will be a Heathrow Terminal 5 service.
The aircraft will be a new Boeing 787-8. This means that it will be a three-class flight with no First Class available (none of the British Airways 787-8 aircraft have First Class).
These flights are already bookable, for cash or Avios, on ba.com. British Airways has loaded the standard two Club World and four World Traveller seats for each flight, so if you are looking for US redemption flights for next Summer then you might want to jump in now.
Further Avios availability is likely to be added in time, but BA will want to wait to see how well the flights are selling.
And extra US flights added ….
British Airways also added two other services yesterday:
Philadelphia gains an additional three flights per week on top of the existing daily flight. These will operate on Tuesday and Friday (from 27th March 2018) and Sunday (from 6th May 2018).
Phoenix gains an additional three flights per week on top of the existing daily flight. These will operate on Monday, Friday and Sunday from 9th April 2018.
These flights are also available now at ba.com and have the standard initial Avios allocation showing. Again, this is an opportunity to pick up flights to the US on dates when you might previously have given up trying to find Avios availability.
In one final announcement, the morning flight to Chicago will switch from a Boeing 747 to an Airbus A380 from 8th May.
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