As customers look to plan a trip next year, through the Atlantic Joint Business, customers will have a selection of new routes to choose from for Summer 2022.

The Atlantic Joint Business is a joint venture that started in 2010, between American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia, with Finnair joining in 2013, LEVEL in 2017 and Aer Lingus in 2021. By bringing their network of flights together, the partnership offers customers in the North Atlantic the most competitive choice, with Aer Lingus, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia and LEVEL operating in Europe and American Airlines in the USA. Customers can mix and match flights operated by any of the six carriers to get the best deals and enjoy smoother connections through coordinated schedules.

After its launch being delayed due to COVID-19, British Airways London to Portland route will launch on 3 June 2022. Flying on a Boeing 787-8, the service will operate on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from London Heathrow. 

British Airways is also relaunching its service from London Heathrow to Pittsburgh from 3 June 2022. The service will be operating 4 times a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) on a Boeing 787-8.

Flights are available to book now via Lime's Flights system.

Seb Seward, Atlantic Joint Business General Manager said: “Next summer brings exciting and convenient new routes for all of our customers, further connecting Europe with the USA. The Atlantic Joint Business offers huge benefits to our customers including the option to mix and match flights from any of the six airlines, to get the best deals and enjoy smoother connections – all on one booking.”

Customer benefits from booking within the Atlantic Joint Business include a multi-destination ticket can be made on one booking andaccess to over 90 airport lounges across the network.