British Airways has suspended its routes from London Heathrow to Kyiv, Ukraine and St Petersburg, Russia.
Based on timetables on ba.com, the last flights from London Heathrow to both Kiev and St Petersburg are currently scheduled to operate on Thursday 3 October 2019.
The affected flight numbers are BA882 & BA883 for Kyiv and BA878 & BA879 for St Petersburg.
At present, BA has not provided any details of arrangements to accommodate passengers whose flights have been cancelled. It normally takes at least a week for rebooking arrangements to be agreed with other airlines and passengers are best advised to wait until these have been confirmed.
Alternatively, passengers whose flights have been cancelled are entitled to a full refund.
Update Tuesday 21 May 2019
For passengers due to travel to St Petersburg, BA has secured a rebooking agreement with SAS Scandinavian Airlines, for travel after 27 October 2019. Passengers can fly on SAS via either Copenhagen or Stockholm. In all cases, passengers must fly on a British Airways operated flight between Heathrow and Copenhagen or Stockholm.
Update Thursday 23 May 2019
For passengers due to travel to Kyiv or St Petersburg, BA has also secured a rebooking agreement with Lufthansa. Passengers can fly on Lufthansa via either Frankfurt or Munich. In all cases, passengers must fly on a British Airways operated flight between Heathrow and Frankfurt or Munich.
Update Wednesday 5 June 2019
For passengers due to travel to Kyiv, BA has also secured a rebooking agreement with Ukraine International Airlines. Passengers can rebook on to one of the airline’s twice daily services from London Gatwick to Kyiv. Any additional consequential costs such as ground transportation will be at passengers’ expense.