British Airways is adding two new transatlantic routes from London Gatwick commencing summer 2018.
BA will begin flights from Gatwick to Las Vegas from 27 March 2018 and to Toronto in Canada from 1 May 2018. Both seasonal services will operate three times per week. BA cancelled its previous Gatwick-Las Vegas route in 2015.
The Toronto link will be BA’s first service to Canada from Gatwick, and follows the introduction of new long-haul routes to Oakland and Fort Lauderdale in the US.
BA already operates to Las Vegas from Heathrow and is adding Gatwick departures due to high demand.
The additional two destinations takes the number of new routes introduced by BA at Gatwick in 2017 to six and the total number of routes flying from Gatwick to 71 - 24 of them long-haul and 47 short-haul.