British Airways has switched a service to Algiers from Heathrow to Gatwick.
The airline is running seven Boeing 737 flights a week year-round to the North African destination.
Algiers is one of five BA routes to North Africa including Cairo, Tripoli, Marrakech and Tunis.
The switch is one of a number of scheduled changes made for the summer, including parent Iberia moving Madrid flights from Heathrow Terminal 3 to BA’s Terminal 5.
Additional short-haul flights from Heathrow have been added to destinations such as Barcelona, Brussels, Bologna, Rome, Hamburg, Paris Orly, Prague, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester.
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