British Airways Adds Long-Haul Routes At Heathrow

BA will convert more cargo-only long-haul flights into scheduled passenger services from mid-September onwards.

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British Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner (Image Credit: Heathrow)

British Airways is to reinstate a number of long-haul routes at London Heathrow in the coming days.

The airline will also launch a new four times weekly service from London Heathrow to Lahore from Monday 12 October 2020, complementing its existing service to Islamabad which has also increased in frequency.

The following routes will also return from mid-September onwards:

Abuja – Daily from Wednesday 16 September

Central & South America
Buenos Aires – Initially only on Friday 25 September
Mexico City – Twice weekly on Thursday 24 September

North America
Atlanta – Daily from Saturday 19 September
Grand Cayman – Only on 17 September, 1 October, 15 October
Houston – Three times weekly from Sunday 20 September
Philadelphia – Twice weekly from Sunday 20 September

Flights to Chicago O’Hare will also benefit from twice daily passenger flights on some days in late September.

Please see here for a full list of where BA will fly to in September.

Passengers are of course subject to entry restrictions. BA has provided a list of links to country-by-country guidance and relevant forms that must be completed before departure on its website.

Like other long-haul routes that have been reinstated at Heathrow, these have already been served by cargo-only flights. With airlines adopting a laser like approach to cash conservation, BA is likely to reinstate scheduled passenger flights where there is sufficient underlying cargo demand. There are few long-haul routes left where at Heathrow BA is operating only cargo flights such as Bangkok, Johannesburg and Kuala Lumpur.

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