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Storm Dennis is causing disruption across the UK on Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 February 2020.
A number of short-haul flights at London Gatwick and London Heathrow have been cancelled. However, this does not appear to be on the same scale as Storm Ciara. The latest weather warnings are available from the Met Office.
Here are links to arrivals and departures pages for London City, Gatwick and Heathrow airports which will provide live flight information on the day of travel:
London City Arrivals & Departures
London Gatwick Arrivals
London Gatwick Departures
London Heathrow Arrivals
London Heathrow Departures
Passengers are advised to take advantage of proactive rebooking policies where possible. These policies may be amended at any time.
As at 19:30 GMT on Sunday 16 February 2020, BA has put in place a flexible rebooking policy for all short-haul passengers due to fly to / from London City, London Gatwick and London Heathrow up to and including Monday 17 February 2020 .
British Airways has cancelled many short-haul flights at London Heathrow on Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 February. There are also some cancellations on Monday 17 February.
All short-haul passengers can rebook onto alternative BA services (as well as those of Iberia and Finnair) up to Thursday 20 February 2020.
It is recommend that you take advantage of this if possible, particularly if you are due to fly from Heathrow, as BA’s short-haul operation will take the brunt of any further cancellations. If your flight is cancelled you are of course entitled to a full refund.
Passengers can check the status of their booking using the Manage My Booking tool on ba.com and should contact BA or their travel agent.
The latest flight status information is also available on ba.com
If your journey is disrupted please see this page on ba.com to submit a claim for disruption related expenses.