British Airways has announced it is to suspend its twice weekly service from London Heathrow to Agadir from 26 October 2014.
No specific reason has been given for the cancellation. However, we assume that poor commercial performance is a factor.
This was a route inherited by BA from its takeover of bmi in 2012 and is one of many subsequent route cancellations.
These include Damascus (29 May 2012), Addis Ababa (10 June 2012), Dammam (16 September 2012), Bishkek, Khartoum (1 October 2012), Tehran (12 October 2012), Yerevan (13 October 2012), Amristar, Casablanca, Marrakech (28 October 2012) and Tbilisi (31 March 2013).
Affected passengers have the option of a full refund or flying to Marrakech from London Gatwick or Casablanca via Madrid. No direct alternative route is available.