The UK’s most popular travel agency has revealed which airlines it will be flying on in the coming weeks.
zeus travelling paramedic services (ZAP), which was founded in 2007, has been awarded the right to operate in the UK, according to a regulatory ruling.
The company will operate on all airlines in the country for the first time, and has already started flights to the UK from the US, Canada and Singapore.
“ZAP has secured a licence to operate with all of the major international airlines including United, Delta, WestJet, Virgin Atlantic and Cathay Pacific,” the airline said in a statement.
“We are delighted to have this licence to fly with them.”
ZAP’s move is part of the airline’s wider bid to expand its network of services across the world.
ZAP already operates flights from a number of airports in Europe and the US.
ZEP, which operates flights to several destinations around the world, is also expanding into Europe.
In January 2018, ZAP announced it had signed a deal to operate flights to Spain.
Airlines will need to provide detailed information about what type of aircraft will be used, how long the journey will take, how many passengers it will take and how long to be in the cabin, ZEP said.
Zap is aiming to expand this to all countries by 2019, with plans to expand to more than 60 destinations by 2020.
With ZAP now on the UK’s list, it will allow UK travellers to book a flight to Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
The UK will still have to provide the details of its planned flight, but ZAP will now be able to provide this information to its customers.
The airline is also considering other countries, such as Ireland, to operate the flights.
ZAP said it will start flying from London Heathrow airport by December 2020, and it is planning to fly to other airports in 2019.