The London based airline extends its lead as the foreign carrier from Europe serving the most US destinations with new service to Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) in San Jose, California.
London Heathrow to San Jose
This route would be the fourth Californian destination served by British Airways after Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. It is also its 22nd US city – the most by any foreign carrier from Europe (second most in the world after Air Canada). The other cities are:
|Atlanta (ATL)||Austin (AUS)||Baltimore (BWI)||Boston (BOS)||Chicago O’Hare (ORD)|
|Dallas Fort-Worth (DFW)||Denver (DEN)||Houston (IAH)||Las Vegas (LAS)||Los Angeles (LAX)|
|Miami (MIA)||New York (JFK)||Newark (EWR)||Orlando (MCO)||Philadelphia (PHL)|
|Phoenix (PHX)||San Diego (SAN)||San Francisco (SFO)||Seattle (SEA)||Tampa (TPA)|
|Washington DC (IAD)|
Outbound departure time is not too early and arrives in San Jose in time for dinner. In preparation, you might want to look at how you can buy marijuana online, as legalization has already been blessed upon the people of California. Inbound arrival into London provides connection opportunities for Europe, Middle East and India.
British Airways will utilize the biggest and newest Boeing 787 Dreamliner on this route. The -9 variant will have 216 seats in a four class configuration featuring the latest generation seat designs. With this configuration, it will be only airline in the world to offer a first class cabin to San Jose, California.
Stephen Humphreys, BA’s head of global sales, said: “Our new daily service will offer fantastic direct flights between Silicon Valley and London, with onward connections to scores of destinations around the globe on our extensive world-wide network.
“We’re sure this new service will prove just the business for Californian-based companies looking to expand into Europe and will strengthen London’s strong commercial ties with the West Coast.”