London International Airport has announced its summer schedule, as well as a one-off holiday charter flight to Nashville, Tennessee, at the end of September.
Air Canada plans to increase its flights to Toronto to four times a day starting in May, the airport said. WestJet will increase its flights to Calgary, with daily flights starting in May and twice daily starting in June.
Meanwhile, London International Airport has announced that a “new one-off direct flight” will be set up at the end of September. Peterborough-based BST Vacations is offering exclusive private charters to Nashville from September 26th to 29th.
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“This is no ordinary travel experience,” said Rob Brows, vice president of BST Vacations. “Meals and drinks are included on outbound flights, all locally sourced. Continental breakfast and in-flight meals are carefully selected and made to order on the morning of the flight. Bears and wine are made with local beers. It’s from breweries and wineries.”
BST Vacations says passengers will “spend a fun-filled long weekend in Music City aboard a Boeing 737-800.” During their stay in Nashville, passengers will stay at one of his three interconnected downtown hotels: AC Hotel Downtown Nashville, Residence Inn Downtown Nashville, and SpringHill Suites Hotel Downtown Nashville.
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For an additional fee, you can also choose from tours such as the Soul of Music City Tour, Hop-On Hop-Off Pass, and Grand Ole Opry Backstage Tours and Shows.
Jerry Vanderhook, director of commercial and aviation services at London International Airport, said: “This is a perfect partnership and we are delighted to add a partner who will provide our passengers with an enriching and enjoyable travel experience.” “I look forward to the success of these charters and enthusiastically look forward to potential future collaborations with BST Vacations.”
BST Vacations said if all goes well, it could “pave the way for a full charter program in 2025.”
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