BRITISH Airways has announced its biggest ever summer schedule, launching a new route and adding flights to existing popular destinations from Gatwick.
The airline's summer schedule kicked off on Sunday (March 30) with new daily services from Gatwick Airport to Malta.
Short-haul improvements include extra flights to Faro – from eight to 14 a week – and Naples – from 14 to 17 a week.
Journeys to Tirana, in Albania, and Larnaca, in Cyprus, are increasing from three to five times a week.
There are now daily flights to Jersey, from Monday to Friday, and extra flights to Paphos, Marrakech, Catania, Salzburg and Dubrovnik.
Long-haul services are boosted with additional journeys to Punta Cana, in the Dominican Republic, up from two to three a week.
There is an extra flight to Grenada, giving a total of two a week, Antigua goes from five to six a week, Kingston increases from three to four and St Lucia is becoming a daily service. Flights to Orlando increase from ten to 13 a week.