Flash sale: British Airways flights from London Gatwick from £24 one-way

Nov 1, 2019

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British Airways has launched a flash sale for flights from London Gatwick, with one-way tickets for less than £30 to many European destinations.

The sale ends 5 November and flights can be booked via the British Airways homepage. Flights as part of this sale must be completed by 29 March 2020. As always, the airline’s low-fare finder is a great tool to find dates with the best fares.

Image taken from BA.com

The sale includes flights to the following destinations:

  • Nice and Verona from £24 each way
  • Alicante and Alicante  from £25 each way
  • Amsterdam, Bilbao and Seville from £26 each way
  • Porto, Geneva and Turin from £27 each way
  • Faro from £29 each way
  • Dubrovnik, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Jersey and Rome from £30 each way

For many of the best fares, a 7-day stay is required. Though for a little more, these fares can be used for a weekend getaway. Additionally, some routes are pricing out as less expensive than advertised by BA.

There are some very attractive ‘flight + hotel’ packages as well, with Rome, Amsterdam, Venice and Nice all offering from £99 per person for flights and two nights accommodation.

Airline: British Airways
Routes: LGW to several destinations
Cost: £24+ one-way
Travel Dates: from November 2019 to April 2020

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London (LGW) to Nice (NCE) for £47 return (£23 one-way):

London (LGW) to Glasgow (GLA) for £31 one-way:

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