British Airways is looking to strengthen its network to Eastern Europe, Area Commercial Manager-Central and Eastern Europe David Rousham told ATWOnline. New points will include Tirana and Varna, while flights to Izmir and Ankara will be operated by franchise partner GB Airways. Rostov and Gdansk also are to receive service. With Malev Hungarian Airlines set to join oneworld this year, Budapest could play a role as a hub to the Balkans. BA also is looking at additional destinations in the ...

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