British Airways has pretty much firmed up its schedule for the summer travel season, which officially starts on Sunday 31 March 2019.
Here are details of known schedule changes. Please note these are indicative and subject to change, particularly in the case of seasonal routes around the shoulder season.
BA will reinstate three former long-haul routes this summer:
Osaka, four times weekly from Sunday 31 March.
Pittsburgh, four times weekly, from Tuesday 2 April.
Islamabad, three times weekly from Sunday 2 June.
In terms of seasonal long-haul changes:
BA will fly to Charleston twice a week from Thursday 4 April until Thursday 24 October.
Calgary returns for summer from Sunday 31 March until Friday 25 October.
Muscat is suspended for the summer from Sunday 31 March until Wednesday 30 October.
In terms of long-haul frequency changes:
Nashville increases to daily from Monday 22 April.
Phoenix decreases from 10 flights a week to a daily service from Sunday 31 March.
New Short-Haul Route
Valencia transfers from Gatwick to Heathrow from Sunday 31 March.
Short-Haul Route Suspensions
Bilabo transfers to Gatwick from Sunday 31 March.
Milan Linate is suspended from Sunday 28 July to Saturday 26 October due to the closure of the airport.
Tallinn is suspended from Friday 29 March.
New Summer Seasonal Short-Haul Routes
Bastia once a week on Saturdays from 25 May to 28 September.
Preveza on Wednesdays and Sundays from Sunday 26 May to Sunday 28 September.
Ljubljana in Slovenia and Montpellier from Monday 15 July to Monday 2 September.