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This is the status of BA’s long haul route network. Routes are subject to ad hoc flight reductions.

BA has updated its schedules for the summer 2023 season. A number of routes move from Heathrow Terminal 5 to 3 from Sunday 26 March 2023. These include Bahrain, Bermuda, Las Vegas, Nairobi, Providenciales, San Diego and Vancouver.

You can also see our dedicated BA short haul network pages for London City, Gatwick and Heathrow.

Please see here for a full guide to BA’s long haul fleet.

Canada

Calgary – Suspended
Montreal – Operating less than daily
Toronto Pearson – Operating up to twice daily
Vancouver – Operating up to daily at Heathrow, moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023; seasonal flight launches at Gatwick on 19 May 2023

United States Of America

Atlanta – Operating up to daily
Austin – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023
Baltimore – Operating up to daily
Boston – Operating up to twice daily

Charleston – Suspended
Charlotte – Codeshare flown by American Airlines
Chicago O’Hare – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 operates on BA295 & BA294
Cincinnati – New route launches 5 June 2023

Dallas / Fort Worth – Operating up to daily; Airbus A380 operates on BA193 & BA192
Denver – Operating up to daily
Houston – Operating up to twice daily
Las Vegas – Operating up to daily, moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023; seasonal flights relaunch at Gatwick on 26 March 2023

Los Angeles – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 operating on BA269 & BA268
Miami – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 operating on BA207 & BA206
Nashville – Operating less than daily
New Orleans – Operating less than daily

Newark – Operating up to 3 times daily
New York JFK – Operating up to 8 times daily at Heathrow, suspended at Gatwick from 16 January – 10 February 2023, all flights operate from JFK Terminal 8.
Orlando (Gatwick) – Operating up to twice daily
Philadelphia – Operating up to daily

Phoenix – Operating up to daily
Pittsburgh – Operating less than daily
Portland – Operating less than daily
Raleigh-Durham – Codeshare flown by American Airlines

San Diego – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023
San Francisco – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 operates on flights BA287 & BA286
San Jose – Operating up to daily
Seattle – Operating up to twice daily

Tampa (Gatwick) – Operating up to daily
Washington Dulles – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 aircraft operates on flights BA217 & BA216

North Atlantic Ocean

Bermuda – Operating less than daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Central & South America

Cancun (Gatwick) – Operating up to daily
Mexico City – Operating up to daily

San Jose, Costa Rica (Gatwick) – Winter seasonal route operating until 15 April 2023

Georgetown, Guyana (Gatwick) – New route launches twice weekly via Saint Lucia on 27 March 2023

Lima (Gatwick) – Suspended

Sao Paulo – Operating up to daily
Rio de Janeiro – Operating less than daily

Buenos Aires – Operating either non-stop or via Sao Paulo

Santiago – Operating less than daily

The Caribbean

Antigua (Gatwick) – Operating daily

Aruba (Gatwick) – New route launches twice weekly via Antigua on 26 March 2023

Barbados – Operating at Gatwick & Heathrow

Grand Cayman – Operating via Nassau; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Grenada (Gatwick) – Operating via Saint Lucia

Kingston (Gatwick) – Operating less than daily
Montego Bay (Gatwick) – Winter seasonal service suspended

Nassau – Operating less than daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Port of Spain (Gatwick) – Operating via Saint Lucia; non-stop service starts 26 March 2023

Providenciales – Operating from Heathrow via Nassau, moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Punta Cana (Gatwick)

St Kitts (Gatwick) – Operating via Antigua

St Lucia (Gatwick) – Operating up to daily

Trinidad & Tobago (Gatwick) – Operating via Antigua

Africa

Abuja – Operating up to daily
Lagos – Operating up to daily

Accra – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Cairo – Operated with Airbus A320 short haul aircraft

Nairobi – Operating up to daily, moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Cape Town – Operating up to twice daily; winter seasonal operate at Gatwick until 24 March 2023
Durban – Suspended
Johannesburg – Operating up to twice daily; A380 operates on flights BA57 & BA54 and BA55 & BA56 from 9 January 2023

Indian Ocean

Mauritius (Gatwick) – Operating less than daily
The Maldives
The Seychelles – Suspended

Middle East

Abu Dhabi – Suspended

Bahrain – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 26 March 2023

Dammam – Suspended
Jeddah – Suspended
Riyadh – Operating up to daily

Doha – Operating from Gatwick & Heathrow; also flown by Qatar Airways

Dubai – Operating up to three times daily; A380 operates on flights BA109 & BA108 until 20 February 2023

Kuwait – Operating up to daily

Muscat – Suspended

Tel Aviv – Operating up to twice daily

South & Central Asia

Islamabad – Operating up to daily
Lahore – Suspended

Bengaluru – Operating up to daily
Chennai – Operating less than daily
Delhi – Operating up to daily
Hyderabad – Operating less than daily
Mumbai – Operating up to twice daily

Far East

Bangkok – Suspended

Beijing Daxing – Suspended until at least 3 June 2023
Shanghai – Suspended until at least 23 April 2023

Hong Kong – Operating less than daily

Kuala Lumpur – Suspended

Osaka – Suspended
Tokyo Haneda – Also flown by Japan Airlines

Seoul – Suspended

Singapore – Operating daily

Australia

Sydney – Operating daily via Singapore

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