British Airways London Short Haul Route Network

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British Airways Short Haul Collage August 2021 (Image Credit: British Airways)

BA is operating a limited schedule of short haul flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5 and London City airport.

All short haul flights at Gatwick are suspended. This is except for a daily flight to Glasgow. A daily flight to Manchester provisionally launches on Wednesday 1 December 2021. A large number of former Gatwick routes operate at Heathrow for the foreseeable future.

Here is the known status of BA’s short haul route network from London airports. This is indicative and subject to change. All flights operate from London Heathrow Terminal 5, unless otherwise stated and weekly frequencies vary widely.

BA is expected to transfer some short haul routes back to Terminal 3 later in 2021.

Due to continued uncertainty over travel restrictions, dates are primarily only given below for routes due to restart within the next seven days.

Please see here for the current status of BA’s long haul network.

Recent Changes

Antalya – Resumes Thursday 21 October

Bodrum – Resumes Saturday 23 October

Frankfurt & MadridSelected flights operated with Airbus A380 aircraft from 8 November to 2 December

Salzburg – New winter seasonal route launches at London City Friday 10 December

UK & Channel Islands

Aberdeen
Belfast City – Operating at Heathrow and London City
Edinburgh – Operating at Heathrow and London City
Glasgow – Operating at Gatwick, Heathrow and London City

Inverness
Leeds Bradford – Permanently suspended
Manchester
Newcastle

Newquay – Seasonal flights ended Saturday 4 September; resumes June 2022
Teesside – Codeshare operated by Loganair

Guernsey – Operated at London City only until Monday 27 September 2021; no planned return in 2022
Jersey – Operating at Heathrow; seasonal flights at London City ended Monday 27 September – no planned return in 2022

Albania

Tirana

Austria

Innsbruck – Winter seasonal route due to restart Saturday 11 December 2021
Salzburg – Suspended at Heathrow until Friday 10 December 2021; New winter seasonal route launches at London City 10 December
Vienna

Belgium

Brussels

Bulgaria

Sofia

Croatia

Dubrovnik
Pula – Summer seasonal flights ended Saturday 2 October
Split – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow; summer seasonal flights at London City ended 17 September
Zagreb

Cyprus

Larnaca
Paphos

Czech Republic

Prague – Operating at Heathrow; London City suspended until November 2021

Denmark

Billund – Suspended until 27 March 2022
Copenhagen

BA’s franchise partner SUN-AIR which operates London City – Billund has suspended all scheduled flights until January 2022 at the earliest.

Finland

Helsinki – Now operated only by codeshare partner Finnair
Ivalo – Winter seasonal codeshare operated by Finnair from Gatwick suspended
Kittilä – Winter seasonal codeshare operated by Finnair from Gatwick suspended

France

Bastia – Suspended until May 2022
Bergerac – Seasonal flights at London City ended Saturday 25 September
Bordeaux
Chambery – Winter seasonal route at London City due to restart Friday 18 December 2021

Figari Sud-Corse – Seasonal flights ended Saturday 2 October
Grenoble – Winter seasonal route due to restart Saturday 11 December 2021
Lyon
Marseille

Montpellier – Summer seasonal route permanently suspended
Nantes – Summer seasonal route permanently suspended
Nice – Operating at Heathrow and London City
Paris Charles de Gaulle

Quimper – Summer seasonal flights at London City postponed to June 2022
Toulouse

Germany

Berlin Brandenburg – Operating at Heathrow and London City
Cologne – Suspended
Dusseldorf – Operating at Heathrow & London City
Hannover

Hamburg
Frankfurt – Operating at Heathrow and London City
Munich – Operating at Heathrow; London City suspended until 27 March 2022
Stuttgart

Gibraltar

Gibraltar – Operating at Heathrow; seasonal flights at London City ended

Greece

Aktion / Prevez – Summer seasonal flights operating
Athens – Flights operating
Chania – Summer seasonal flights operating
Corfu – Summer seasonal flights operating

Heraklion, Crete – Summer seasonal flights operating
Kalamata – Summer seasonal flights operating
Kefalonia – Summer seasonal flights operating
Kos – Summer seasonal flights operating

Mykonos – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow; Seasonal flights at London City ended 4 October
Rhodes – Summer seasonal flights operating
Santorini – Summer seasonal flights operating
Skiathos – Summer seasonal flights ended at London City Monday 27 September

Thessaloniki – Summer seasonal flights operating
Zakynthos – Summer seasonal flights operating

Hungary

Budapest

Iceland

Reykjavik – Operating at Heathrow; winter seasonal route from London City permanently suspended

Ireland

Cork – Flights by codeshare partner Aer Lingus suspended until 22 November 2021 due to runway closure
Dublin – Operating at Heathrow & London City; also operated by Aer Lingus
Knock – Flights by codeshare partner Aer Lingus resume at Gatwick 18 December 2021
Shannon – Flights by codeshare partner Aer Lingus operating

Italy

Bari
Bologna
Cagliari – Suspended until April 2022
Catania

Genoa – Suspended until March 2022
Florence – Operating at London City
Milan Bergamo – Permanently suspended
Milan Linate – Operating at Heathrow; London City suspended until 6 December 2021

Milan Malpensa
Naples
Olbia – Suspended until April 2022
Palermo – Seasonal flights ended Saturday 2 October

Perugia – Suspended until June 2022
Pisa
Rome Fiumicino – Operating at Heathrow; London City suspended
Turin – Suspended until November 2021

Venice – Operating at Heathrow; London City suspended
Verona – Suspended until November 2021

Jordan

Amman – Now operated with short haul configured aircraft

Kosovo

Pristina – Seasonal flights ended 17 September 2021; resumes 2 July 2022

Latvia

Riga – Planned summer seasonal route launch cancelled; codeshare with Air Baltic operating at Gatwick

Lebanon

Beirut – Permanently suspended

Luxembourg

Luxembourg – Provisionally due to resume Sunday 31 October

Malta

Malta

Montenegro

Podgorica – Planned summer seasonal route launch suspended

Morocco

Marrakesh – Provisionally due to resume Thursday 21 October

The Netherlands

Amsterdam – Operating at Heathrow (some with wide body aircraft) and London City
Rotterdam – Operating at London City

Norway

Oslo

Poland

Gdansk – Planned summer seasonal route launch cancelled
Krakow
Warsaw
Wroclaw – Planned summer seasonal route launch cancelled

Portugal

Faro – Operating at Heathrow; seasonal flights at London City ended
Lisbon
Madeira
Porto

Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island – New route launches July 2022
Terceira Island – New route launches July 2022

Romania

Bucharest
Cluj-Napoca – Planned summer seasonal route launch cancelled

Russia

Moscow Domodedovo – Operating – can alternate between wide body and short haul configured aircraft
Moscow Sheremetyevo – Permanently suspended

Slovenia

Ljubljana – Summer seasonal flights operating

Spain

Alicante – Summer seasonal flights operating
Almeria – Summer seasonal route suspended
Barcelona
Bilbao

Granada – Summer seasonal route from London City suspended
Gran Canaria
Ibiza – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow and London City
Lanzarote – Summer seasonal flights operating

Madrid – Some flights at Heathrow operated with wide body aircraft; also operated by Iberia
Malaga – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow and London City
Menorca – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow; summer seasonal flights at London City ended
Palma de Mallorca – Summer seasonal flights operating at Heathrow and London City

San Sebastian – Planned launch of summer seasonal route at London City postponed to 2022
Seville
Tenerife South – Summer seasonal flights operating
Valencia

Sweden

Gothenburg
Stockholm

Switzerland

Basel
Geneva – Operating at Heathrow & London City
Zurich – Operating at Heathrow & London City

Turkey

Antalya – Resumes Thursday 21 October
Bodrum – Resumes Saturday 23 October
Dalaman
Istanbul

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