BA’s Gatwick Airport subsidiary cleared to fly

Thursday, 07 Dec, 2022 0

British Airways ‘new Gatwick Airport based subsidiary has received its Air Operator’s Certificate.

The new BA Euroflyer was cleared by the UK Civil Aviation Authority to operate short-haul international flights from Gatwick‘.

BA Euroflyer has been operating at Gatwick Airport since early 2022 under British Airways ‘ AOC.

“Receiving the AOC is a momentous day,” Tom Stoddart, acting CEO said.

BA has started transferring aircraft to the subsidiary.

BA Euroflyer was established to operate a lower cost-base and better compete with budget airline rivals.

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