British Airways schedules remain subject to change at short notice in light of reduced demand and changing travel restrictions imposed by governments around the world.
All routes are subject to temporary suspensions, frequency reductions and ad hoc cancellations.
British Airways Long Haul Flights
Please see here for a full list of BA’s long haul route network. Routes planned to operate at London Heathrow in January include:
USA: Austin, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York JFK, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington Dulles
Canada: Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver
North Atlantic: Bermuda
Caribbean: Barbados, Grand Cayman, Nassau, Providenciales, Saint Lucia
Central & South America: Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, Sao Paulo
Africa: Abuja, Accra, Cairo, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos, Nairobi
Indian Ocean: The Maldives
Middle East: Bahrain, Dubai, Kuwait, Riyadh, Tel Aviv
South & Central Asia: Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Lahore, Mumbai, New Delhi
Far East: Singapore (VTL flights only)
Long haul flights operating at London Gatwick include:
Caribbean: Antigua, Barbados, Grenada, Kingston, Montego Bay, Port of Spain, Punta Cana, Saint Lucia, St Kitts
Central & South America: Cancun, San Jose Costa Rica
Indian Ocean: Mauritius
Middle East: Doha
British Airways Short Haul Flights
BA is operating a limited short haul schedule throughout the winter season. Please see here for a full list of BA’s short haul route network.
A number of short haul routes are suspended until February / March. These include Basel, Bilbao, Bordeaux, Brussels, Inverness, Krakow, Luxembourg, Marseille, Naples, Pisa, Porto, Rotterdam, Seville, Sofia, Stuttgart, Verona and Zagreb.
BA CityFlyer is operating flights from London City Airport to Amsterdam, Belfast City, Berlin, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Florence, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Ibiza, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Zurich.
Short haul flights at Gatwick are suspended until Tuesday 29 March 2022. This is except for a daily flight to Glasgow.
BA will launch weekly flights from July 2022 from London Heathrow to Ponta Delgada on São Miguel Island and Terceira Island in The Azores.
British Airways Ground Services & Lounges
At Heathrow Terminals 3 and 5, most BA departure lounges are open for all passengers who are entitled to access the lounges. The Terminal 5 arrivals lounge reopened on Monday 10 January 2022.
BA operated lounges at Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are open.
In the US, BA lounges at Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Houston, Newark, New York JFK (Club lounge, First lounge and Concorde Room), San Francisco, Seattle, Washington Dulles airports are open. The BA lounge at Philadelphia is still closed. The shared Oneworld alliance lounge at the Tom Bradley International Terminal Los Angeles has reopened.
Elsewhere, BA lounges at Cape Town, Dubai and Johannesburg are open
BA lounges at Amsterdam and Singapore airports are closed.
Full details of lounge facilities for BA passengers at all airports, including alternatives where BA lounges are closed, are available on the Oneworld alliance website.
British Airways Fleet Guides
Oneworld Alliance & Codeshare Partner Airlines
BA’s Oneworld alliance and codeshare partners American Airlines (New York JFK only), China Southern Airlines, Iberia and Qatar Airways are currently operating from Heathrow Terminal 5.
BA’s alliance partners American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Japan Airlines, Royal Jordanian, Sri Lankan and Qantas Airways are operating from Terminal 3.
All other airlines at Heathrow are operating departing flights from either Terminals 2 & 3.
BA’s franchise partner, Comair, has resumed flights within Southern Africa. SUN-AIR, which operates flights to Billund from London City, has suspended all scheduled fights until late March 2022 at the earliest.
Our latest posts on British Airways:
- BA Relaunches London City – Barcelona
- British Airways Suspends Bilbao
- BA To Restart Gatwick Short Haul Flights
- British Airways Relaunches London – Portland
- British Airways Relaunches London – Pittsburgh
- BA Reinstates A380 Flights To Washington
- British Airways Returns To Heathrow Terminal 3
- BA Launches New Codeshares With Kenya Airways
- British Airways Reopens Lounges In Europe
- BA Schedules A380 Flights to Frankfurt & Madrid
Special British Airways Series
In the summer of 2019, we published a 100 part series on the history of BA and its predecessor airlines including Imperial Airways, British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways.
In April 2020, we published a ten part series on British Airways advertising from 1974 and 2020.
This series highlights the evolution of the airline and how changing societal and travel trends were reflected in its advertising.
Following the premature retirement of the Boeing 747 in 2020 due to COVID-19, we published a seven part series of the story of the Boeing 747 at BOAC and BA.