Bay Area travelers now have a new way to cross the pond.
British Airways is launching new nonstop flights from Oakland International Airport to London Gatwick Airport. The service will be available four days a week.
British Airways is not the first to make a foray into this route. In 2016, Norwegian Air debuted a direct flight from Oakland to Gatwick.
This move does, however, make British Airways the first European airline to directly connect all three major Bay Area airports to London — totalling about 1,250 seats per day, the SF Gate reports.
People can fly daily aboard a 787 Dreamliner nonstop between San Jose Mineta International Airport and Heathrow Airport. Two direct flights a day also fly from San Francisco to Heathrow, according to the SF Gate.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is expected to be on-hand to welcome the first flight from Gatwick Airport on Tuesday afternoon.
For more information, visit British Airways online.