British Airways is set to make a number of changes to its summer 2013 schedule (from March 31) including a new route, terminal changes and frequency increases.

The airline will start weekend services from Heathrow to Ibiza from April 27 thanks to the popularity of the services already operated to the destination from both London City and Gatwick airports. The flights are on sale now from £66 one-way.

This is in addition to new Spanish flights from Heathrow to Palma (starting March 31) and from Gatwick to Lanzarote (starting March 31) and Tenerife (starting March 29). Prices to Tenerife and Lanzarote start from £83 one-way return and to Palma from £99 one-way.

The airline will also move its new Heathrow flights to Leeds Bradford and Zagreb from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5.

The Leeds flights will also be re-timed to better suit business travellers with earlier morning departures in both directions. From the start of the summer programme on March 31 the schedule from Leeds Bradford will be reduced from four to three flights a day, with the lunchtime and early afternoon slots combined. However, the move to T5 and the new timings will benefit both business and leisure travellers who will be able to easily connect with some of the important long-haul and European destinations.

The winter schedules to Dublin and Tripoli will continue into the summer offering up to 53 flights per week to the Republic of Ireland’s capital and three flights a week to Libya’s.

On the airline’s longhaul network, Almaty will receive a non-stop service from April 2, 2013. The route will also be moved from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 and benefit from the introduction of a three-class aircraft. Customers will now be able to select the World Traveller Plus cabin, as well as Club World or World Traveller.

However, two routes are being suspended: The service between Heathrow and Tibilisi in Georgia, and Heathrow and Dar es Salaam in Tanzania will be stopped at end of March.