British Airways London Heathrow Short Haul Route Network

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Euro Traveller Cabin, British Airways Airbus A320 aircraft. (Image Credit: British Airways)

British Airways short haul flights at London Heathrow are subject to cancellations and changes.

This is the known status of BA’s short haul route network at Heathrow. Winter seasonal routes to Grenoble, Innsbruck and Salzburg have returned. Some summer seasonal routes such as Catania and Kos will operate at Gatwick in summer 2023.

Many short haul routes will switch between Terminal 3 and Terminal 5 from the start of the summer season on Sunday 26 March 2023.

You can also see dedicated short haul network pages for London City and Gatwick.

Please see here for BA’s long haul route network.

UK & Crown Dependencies

Aberdeen
Belfast City
Edinburgh
Glasgow

Inverness
Manchester
Newcastle

Jersey

Isle of Man – Codeshare flown by Loganair

Albania

Tirana – Moves from Terminal 5 to 3 on 26 March 2023

Algeria

Algiers

Austria

Innsbruck – Seasonal flights operating until 23 April 2023
Salzburg – Seasonal flights operating until 23 April 2023
Vienna

Belgium

Brussels

Bulgaria

Sofia

Croatia

Dubrovnik – Seasonal flights resume 23 May 2023
Pula – Seasonal flights resume 27 May 2023
Split – Seasonal flights resume 21 May 2023
Zagreb

Cyprus

Larnaca

Czech Republic

Prague

Denmark

Billund
Copenhagen

Finland

Helsinki – Flown by codeshare partner Finnair

France

Bastia – Seasonal flights resume 27 May 2023
Figari Sud-Corse – Seasonal flights resume at Terminal 3 on 27 May 2023
Grenoble – Seasonal flights operating 22 April 2023
Lyon – Moves from Terminal 3 to 5 on 26 March 2023

Marseille
Nice
Paris Charles de Gaulle
Toulouse

Germany

Berlin Brandenburg
Dusseldorf
Hannover
Hamburg

Frankfurt
Munich
Nuremberg
Stuttgart – Moves from Terminal 5 to 3 on 26 March 2023

Gibraltar

Gibraltar

Greece

Aktion / Prevez – Seasonal flights resume 24 May 2023
Athens
Chania – Seasonal flights resume 1 April 2023
Corfu – Seasonal flights resume 26 March 2023

Heraklion, Crete – Seasonal flights resume 26 May 2023
Kalamata – Seasonal flights resume 25 May 2023
Kefalonia – Seasonal flights resume 23 May 2023
Mykonos – Seasonal flights resume 22 May 2023

Rhodes – Seasonal flights resume 27 May 2023
Santorini – Seasonal flights resume 26 March 2023
Thessaloniki – Seasonal flights resume 21 May 2023
Zakynthos – Seasonal flights resume 27 May 2023

Hungary

Budapest

Iceland

Reykjavik

Ireland

Cork – Flown by codeshare partner Aer Lingus
Dublin – Also flown by Aer Lingus
Shannon – Flown by codeshare partner Aer Lingus

Italy

Brindisi – Seasonal flights resume at Terminal 5 on 23 May 2023
Bologna
Florence – Seasonal flights launch 16 April 2023
Milan Linate

Milan Malpensa
Naples – Moves from Terminal 5 to 3 on 26 March 2023
Olbia – Seasonal flights resume 22 May 2023
Palermo – Seasonal flights resume 26 March 2023

Perugia – Seasonal flights resume at Terminal 3 on 25 May 2023
Pisa – Moves from Terminal 3 to 5 on 26 March 2023
Rome Fiumicino 
Venice

Jordan

Amman

Luxembourg

Luxembourg – Moves from Terminal 5 to 3 on 26 March 2023

Morocco

Marrakesh

The Netherlands

Amsterdam

Norway

Oslo

Poland

Krakow
Warsaw

Portugal

Faro – Seasonal flights resume at Terminal 5 on 26 March 2023
Lisbon
Madeira
Porto – Moves from Terminal 3 to 5 on 26 March 2023

Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island – Seasonal flights resume 1 July 2023

Romania

Bucharest

Slovenia

Ljubljana – Seasonal flights resume at Terminal 3 on 21 May 2023

Spain

Barcelona
Ibiza – Seasonal flights resume 26 March 2023
Madrid – Moves from Terminal 3 to 5 on 26 March 2023; also flown by Iberia
Malaga

Palma de Mallorca – Seasonal flights resume 26 March 2023
Tenerife South
Valencia

Sweden

Gothenburg
Stockholm

Switzerland

Basel
Geneva
Zurich

Turkey

Bodrum – Seasonal flights resume 27 May 2023
Dalaman – Seasonal flights resume 21 May 2023
Istanbul

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