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BA Euroflyer Gatwick routes for Summer 2024 are now bookable

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Whilst British Airways flights normally become available for cash or Avios bookings at 355 days before departure, there has been a delay in loading the London Gatwick timetable for Summer 2024.

The new BA Euroflyer operation at Gatwick is still finding its feet and, like any start up, doesn’t have perfect visibility of where it will be in 12 months time. However, the Summer 2024 schedule has started to drop into over recent weeks.

BA Euroflyer Summer 2024 Gatwick schedule

The flights listed below are now bookable for cash or Avios.

Due to the 355 day rule, you can currently book up to mid June 2024.

What is BA Euroflyer?

As a reminder, British Airways has decided to launch a new standalone airline to operate its short haul flights from London Gatwick. At BA Euroflyer, the flight crew and cabin crew will be on different contracts with poorer pay and conditions than their Heathrow counterparts.

To the customer, BA Euroflyer will look and feel exactly like a standard British Airways flight. There will be no difference in terms of baggage rules, seat selection, lounge access, food and drink etc.

Club Europe is available as usual. It uses a different caterer to Heathrow but this was always the case pre-covid. I have been very impressed by recent meals from Gatwick and arguably the food is slightly better than the Heathrow offering.

The only obvious difference is the cabin crew, who are noticeably younger (and arguably less switched on) than their Heathrow counterparts.

Where can I fly on BA from Gatwick next Summer?

In the airline world, ‘Summer’ runs from the end of March to the end of October.

British Airways will be serving the following short haul routes from London Gatwick next Summer.

All routes will be operating from 31st March (many as a continuation of a winter service) unless indicated.

Gatwick Airport South Terminal
  • Alicante – seven per week
  • Amsterdam – 19 per week
  • Bari – seven per week
  • Bordeaux – seven per week
  • Cagliari – seven per week, from 23rd May
  • Catania – seven per week
  • Dubrovnik – seven per week
  • Faro – 13 per week
  • Gran Canaria – two per week
  • Ibiza – 10 per week
  • Lanzarote – seven per week
  • Mahon – six per week
  • Malaga – 14 per week
  • Malta – six per week
  • Marrakech – 14 per week
  • Montpellier – two per week, from 2nd April
  • Nice – 13 per week
  • Palma – 10 per week
  • Paphos – seven per week
  • Salzburg – four per week
  • Seville – seven per week
  • Tenerife (South) – seven per week
  • Turin – six per week
  • Verona – seven per week

This is not the full schedule

It is important to note that this is not the final schedule from Gatwick for Summer 2024:

  • some routes, such as Porto and Algiers, are moving to Gatwick for Winter 2023 and may continue at Gatwick for Summer 2024
  • additional Greek and Turkish routes are still to be finalised
  • additional routes and / or increased frequencies are likely if Euroflyer can get access to additional aircraft for next summer (there is no shortage of slots as many are currently being used by sister airline Vueling on a temporary basis)

You can book, for cash or Avios, on here.


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Comments (75)

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  • Alex says:

    Apologies if this has already been raised, but I’m not sure the luggage rules are the same. I’m BA silver so expect 2 x 23kg bags in economy. I’d booked return flights to Majorca from Gatwick using Avios. After booking the return flight was cancelled and I was rebooked onto the return Heathrow flight. When I came to check in for the Gatwick departure I was surprised to be charged £45 for the second bag. When it came to check in for return to Heathrow, the two bag allowance was there and I checked-in with no problems.
    On returning home I complained to BA and had the £45 refunded. The reason they gave me for the refund was that I’d not been made aware of the charge, not that it was wrong to be charged.
    I’m assuming that the two bag allowance for Silver isn’t part of the deal with the new subsidiary, bit be interested to know if others have had the same issue.

  • Peter wakelam says:

    Why does no airline fly direct from Gatwick to Vilnius.?

    • bafan says:

      Low yield destination right? That’s why BA stopped flights.

  • Alex says:

    Time will tell how many of these flights actually come to happen. Received an email overnight from BA informing me of a cancelled flight in December from City to Salzburg, now need to replan the whole of Christmas!

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