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BA has restored much of its haul route network at London Gatwick & Heathrow to The Americas and Africa.

Many routes to the Middle East and Asia remain suspended. A number of routes are subject to frequency reductions throughout the summer.

Flights from Heathrow are operated with Airbus A350-1000, Airbus A380, Boeing 787-8, 9 & 10, Boeing 777-200ER and 777-300ER aircraft.

Flights from Gatwick are operated with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, in a three class (Club World, World Traveller Plus, World Traveller) configuration. Please see here for a full guide to BA’s long haul fleet.

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

Recent & Forthcoming Changes

All apply at Heathrow, unless otherwise stated:

Dallas / Fort Worth – Airbus A380 operates from 1 July

Doha – Codeshare partner Qatar Airways moved back to Terminal 4 on 14 June; BA flights temporarily moved back to Heathrow from 15 June

Islamabad (Gatwick) – Suspended from 15 June

Johannesburg – Reduced to once daily until at least 31 July

Maldives – Planned restart brought forward to 14 October

Miami – Reduced to once daily until at least 7 September; AA will operate an additional flight during this time.

Tel Aviv – Increases to twice daily from 1 July

Canada

Calgary – Suspended
Montreal – Operating less than daily
Toronto Pearson – Operating up to twice daily; Gatwick suspended
Vancouver – Operating up to daily with Airbus A380 until 25 September

United States Of America

Atlanta – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 30 October 2022
Austin – Operating up to daily
Baltimore – Operating up to daily
Boston – Operating up to three times daily; Airbus A380 operates on BA213 & BA212

Charleston – Suspended
Charlotte – Codeshare operated by American Airlines
Chicago O’Hare – Operating up to twice daily; Airbus A380 operates on BA295 & BA294
Dallas / Fort Worth – Operating up to daily; Airbus A380 operates on BA193 & BA192 from 1 July

Denver – Operating up to daily
Houston – Operating up to daily
Las Vegas – Operating up to daily
Los Angeles – Operating up to three times daily

Miami – Reduced to once daily until 7 September 2022 – AA will operate an additional flight during this time. Airbus A380 operating on BA209 & BA208.
Nashville – Operating less than daily
New Orleans – Operating less than daily
Newark – Operating up to 3 times daily

New York JFK – Operating up to six times daily at Heathrow; up to daily at Gatwick

Orlando – Operating daily at Heathrow, moves back to Terminal 5 on 30 October 2022; operating twice daily at Gatwick until 29 October 2022
Philadelphia – Operating up to daily
Phoenix – Operating up to daily
Pittsburgh – Operating less than daily

Portland – Operating less than daily
Raleigh-Durham – Codeshare operated by American Airlines
San Diego – Operating up to daily
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 BA293 & BA292

North Atlantic Ocean

Bermuda – Operating less than daily

Central & South America

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

San Jose, Costa Rica (Gatwick) – Winter seasonal route resumes 1 November 2022

Lima (Gatwick) – Suspended

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

Buenos Aires – Operating via Sao Paulo

Santiago – Operating less than daily

The Caribbean

Antigua (Gatwick) – Operating daily

Barbados – Operating daily; moves back to Terminal 5 on 30 October 2022

Grand Cayman – Operating via Nassau

Grenada (Gatwick) – Operating via Saint Lucia

Kingston (Gatwick) – Operating less than daily
Montego Bay (Gatwick) – Winter seasonal service resumes 2 November 2022

Nassau – Operating less than daily

Port of Spain (Gatwick) – Operating via Saint Lucia

Providenciales (Gatwick) – Operating via Antigua

Punta Cana (Gatwick) – Operating via Antigua until 1 November 2022

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 back to Terminal 5 on 30 October 2022

Cairo – Operated with Airbus A320 short haul aircraft

Nairobi – Operating up to daily

Cape Town – Operating daily
Durban – Suspended
Johannesburg – Operating daily until at least 31 July 2022

Indian Ocean

Mauritius (Gatwick) – Operating less than daily
The Maldives – Winter seasonal route resumes 14 October 2022
The Seychelles – Suspended

Middle East

Abu Dhabi – Suspended

Bahrain – Operating up to daily; moves to Terminal 3 on 30 October 2022

Dammam – Suspended
Jeddah – Suspended; occasional seasonal flights may operate
Riyadh – Operating up to daily

Doha – Temporarily moves back to Heathrow from 15 June; also operated by Qatar Airways at Gatwick & Heathrow

Dubai – Operating up to twice daily

Kuwait – Operating up to daily

Muscat – Suspended

Tel Aviv – Operating up to daily; increases to twice daily from 1 July

South & Central Asia

Islamabad (Gatwick) – Suspended from 15 June
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
Shanghai – Suspended

Hong Kong – Suspended until 30 October

Kuala Lumpur – Suspended

Osaka – Suspended
Tokyo Haneda – BA flights suspended until 30 October 2022; also operated by Japan Airlines

Seoul – Suspended

Singapore – Operating daily

Australia

Sydney – Operating daily via Singapore

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