Flights reopen from the UK to the Azores

According to a press release, the maiden flight between Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel, and London, “operated on an Air Azores airline’s Airbus A321ceo ‘Natural’ aircraft, with registration CS-TKP, landed around 12:35 (Island time). Azores) at Gatwick Airport, after returning to Ponta Delgada, on the same day, landing at João Paulo II Airport, in Ponta Delgada, at 16:30 local time[17:30Lisbon time][17:30enLisboa][17:30بتوقيتلشبونة)[17:30enLisboa)

The company said in its statement that passengers were greeted upon their arrival at João Paulo II Airport, in Ponta Delgada, “with a welcome act, which included the presentation of a symbolic blue flower, in reference to the colors of Azores Airlines.”

“The reopening of this route, for which we have great expectations, is a moment we live with great enthusiasm,” says Graça Silva. “Connecting the Azores to London means increasing the offer of destinations for our passengers and continuing to improve connectivity to our network.” , Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications for SATA Group, mentioned in the statement.

Graça Silva also highlights that “this is the right time to resume communications between the Azores” and London, “the European reference destination and air traffic hub.”

Air Azores offers direct connections between London and Ponta Delgada, twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and its operating schedules allow you to take advantage of Air Azores’ StopOver Azores programme, which offers the possibility of an average stopover of up to seven days before continuing the journey. To the final destination,” the company adds.

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