British Airways will operate Airbus A319s, A320s and A321s between Heathrow and Orly, each aircraft outfitted in two-class configuration.

British Airways will begin offering 12 round-trip flights a week between London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and Paris Orly (ORY) from January 10 to complement its flights between Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle.

Seats on the flights are now available for booking.


British Airways will operate Airbus A319s, A320s and A321s between Heathrow and Orly, each aircraft outfitted in two-class configuration. Seat classes available are BA’s Euro Traveller economy class and the airline’s Club Europe business class.

Airbus A320-family aircraft now form the mainstays of British Airways' short-haul fleet. BA is one of the few carriers to operate all four major versions of the A320 family: the A318, the A319, the A320 and the A321. The carrier operates some 90 A320-family jets. Seen here at Heathrow is Airbus A319 G-EUPN

“This is an excellent addition to our shorthaul network, allowing business travellers easy access to the Paris financial district which is close to Orly airport,” says Colm Lacy, British Airways’ general manager network planning. “Customers will also be able to make smooth connections on to BA subsidiary OpenSkies’ services between Orly and the United States, and on to oneworld partner, Iberia.”

Customers selecting the Club Europe cabin have access to the airline’s lounge facilities in Heathrow’s Terminal 5 (used only by British Airways), allowing them to work or relax prior to their flight.

British Airways’ flights to Paris Orly can be booked at at www.ba.com/paris. On the site the airline also offers bookings for Paris hotels and Avis car rentals.

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