British Airways is expected to reinstate more long-haul destinations to its route networks at London Gatwick and Heathrow.
Note: This article has been updated since publication as some planned routes have been cancelled at short notice.
The routes are below expected to return from late October and early November. All routes are from London Heathrow, unless otherwise stated. Please see here for a full list of where BA is currently flying to.
As ever, schedules are subject to change at very short notice. Passengers must ensure they comply with all pre-departure and entry requirements. Otherwise, you may not be allowed to board your flight. Links to country-by-country guidance and relevant forms are on ba.com
There are a number of other long-haul routes showing on ba.com timetables as operating from early November but these have not been confirmed as operating. These include Cancun and a number of routes to the Caribbean.
Phoenix – 3 times weekly provisionally from 1 November
Boston also increases to twice daily. Los Angeles, Montreal and Toronto Pearson also gain additional flights.
Central & South America
Santiago – 3 times weekly from 3 November
Riyadh – 3 times weekly from 2 November
Mauritius – 5 times weekly at London Gatwick provisionally from 1 November
Bangkok – 4 times weekly from 1 November
Seoul – 3 times weekly provisionally from 24 November
Mumbai also increases to twice daily from Sunday 25 October. Routes also benefiting from additional weekly flights include Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo Haneda.
There are also flight number changes for Hong Kong and Singapore from 25 October.