The summer 2022 travel season will mark a return to near normal for BA at London Gatwick.
As well as restarting short haul flights, the airline will operate a substantial long haul schedule, albeit still smaller than before COVID-19.
Here are the main schedule changes for the summer season, which officially runs from Sunday 27 March to Saturday 29 October 2022.
Readers can keep up to date with network changes throughout the season on our dedicated page for London Gatwick airport.
All long haul flights at Gatwick are operated with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, with three classes of travel offered. BA still has no plans to fit its Club Suite on Gatwick based aircraft.
British Airways will return to the South Terminal at London Gatwick this summer from Monday 28 March.
Its Club and First lounges will reopen from this date.
Flights to Islamabad with switch from Heathrow to Gatwick from 27 March.
Providenciales will also return to Gatwick, operating via Antigua.
Orlando will return at Gatwick having been suspended over the winter. It will provisionally increase to twice daily from 23 May. BA will continue to serve Orlando at Heathrow.
BA will also reinstate New York JFK at Gatwick from 28 May. This route was a prime candidate for cancellations in the event of over-capacity or aircraft shortages, so this may be subject to change.
Las Vegas and Toronto remain suspended at Gatwick.
Seasonal Route Changes
Barbados is suspended for the summer from 26 March until 30 November. BA will continue to serve Barbados year round at Heathrow.
Montego Bay is suspended for the summer from 24 April until 3 November.
Punta Cana will operate via Antigua, instead of non-stop, from 25 April until 1 November.
San Jose, Costa Rica is suspended for the summer from 24 April until 1 November.
Antigua, Cancun, Doha, Grenada, Kingston, Mauritius, Port of Spain, Punta Cana, Saint Lucia, St Kitts, Tampa, Trinidad & Tobago continue to operate year round.
Alliance & Codeshare Partners
Qatar Airways will restore a daily service to Doha from 5 June. This will continue alongside BA’s own service between Gatwick and Doha. Qatar will also codeshare on a number of BA routes to the Caribbean.