London Heathrow Airport gains new flights to Spain
Wed, 20 May, 2009
London Heathrow Airport has gained new flights to Spain, it has been reported.
Budget carrier Clickair is relocating its routes to the capital's western hub on June 1st, according to Travel Mole.
The services to Bilbao, La Coruna, Vigo and Seville were previously run from nearby Gatwick.
Revisions to the timetable mean there will be no Seville service on a Thursday between July 1st and September 15th this year.
The new flights join a long list of destinations Britain's biggest airport offers flights to.
Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Geneva, Hong Kong and other towns and cities across the globe are among these.
Those choosing to drive to the hub are advised it is accessible from the M25 and M4 motorways.
It has a number of airport parking options, including long and short-stay areas.
People wanting to get the best route for their trip could visit the AA's website or input the postcode TW6 1AP into their satnav devices.