British Airways will start flights to Paris Orly, Prague and Reykjavik from London City this winter.

The IAG-owned carrier says the Paris Orly service is being transferred from Heathrow and will be operated thrice daily on weekdays and once a day at weekends from 30 October.

Six-times-weekly services to Czech capital Prague and twice-weekly services to Reykjavik will begin on the same day, says BA.

The service to the Icelandic capital will be winter-only, and fills in for a Granada service that becomes summer-only.

All three routes are to be operated with Embraer equipment, adds BA.

FlightGlobal schedules data indicates that none of the routes is operated by competitors

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