British Airways, one of the UK's flagship carriers, has announced that it will fly to Copenhagen, the Danish capital, from London City Airport. Copenhagen is a popular tourist destination with it easy access from European destination and many sights. This move is good for travellers as it increases the options available to travellers and therefore also the competition amongst carriers flying to Denmark. BA will begin flights to Copenhagen from 12th September 2010 out of London City, with it already offering flights from Heathrow. However, London City will provide business travellers with a much easier option in terms of travel time to the airport. Flights will run twice a week, once on a Saturday, returning on Sunday, giving travellers a week in the city. Travellers will be boarding an Embraer 190, BA's newest addition to its fleet. Of course, Copenhagen also offers shoppers many options, from it's antique and handmade goods, brand name shops, museums and many options for people who enjoy the nightlife.