This weekend British Airways launched brand new flights from Gatwick to Larnaca in Cyprus.
To celebrate the new flights to their home country, Britain’s Got Talent stars Stavros Flatley were on hand to entertain British Airways customers and colleagues at Gatwick airport.

Demi Demetriou of the father and son act, said: “We were dancing for joy when we heard that British Airways would be starting the flights.

“We go back to Cyprus for holidays and to visit friends and family every year so it’s great to have more flights to choose from.”

The flights, which begin this Sunday, June 30, will operate three times a week. The new service is in addition to flights the airline offers from Heathrow airport as well as flights from Gatwick to Paphos on the west coast of the island.

Peter Simpson, director Gatwick, said: “We’re delighted to launch yet another great leisure route for our customers.

“As well as extra flights to the Mediterranean favourite Cyprus we have also started flying to Alicante, Barcelona, Tenerife, Lanzarote and Sri Lanka this year, offering holidaymakers an even greater choice of where to head to this summer.”