Rebooking options for British Airways passengers booked to fly London – Nairobi

Following the fire at Nairobi airport in Kenya yesterday, British Airways has provided details of the options available to passengers whose flights to Nairobi have been cancelled, or are booked to fly to Nairobi over the next few days.

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BA suspends London Gatwick – Tunis route from 27 October 2013

British Airways has announced it is to suspend its thrice weekly London Gatwick – Tunis route from 27 October 2013. No reason has been given for the cancellation, but unsatisfactory commercial performance is a likely reason and the route suspension is an indication of the ongoing commercial pressures BA faces in the short-haul market at Gatwick.

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BA adds Johannesburg to its network of Airbus A380 destinations

British Airways has today confirmed that Johannesburg will join Hong Kong and Los Angeles in its network of destinations served by the Airbus A380.

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Delta to launch London to Seattle from 30 March 2014

As expected following the launch of a transatlantic joint venture between Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic, Delta has today announced that it is to operate a direct flight from London Heathrow to Seattle from 30 March 2014.

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BA to move London Heathrow – Bucharest flights to Terminal 5

British Airways services from London Heathrow to Bucharest operate from Terminal 6 from 27 October 2013.

British Airways has announced it is to move its twice daily flights from London Heathrow to Bucharest from Terminal 3 to Terminal 5 from the start of the Winter 2013 timetable on 27 October 2013.

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BA confirms first Boeing 787 routes to New York (Newark) and Toronto

British Airways took delivery of its first Boeing 787 today and the airline has confirmed that the first two long-haul routes to feature the aircraft are New York (Newark) and Toronto. This is the first of some 42 Boeing 787 to delivered over the next few years.

A daily Boeing 787 service will operate to Toronto from 1 September 2013 with a 2nd daily 787 service between 15 September and 25 October. A daily service to New York (Newark) will operate from 1 October 2013. Full details about the aircraft are on ba.com

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BA launches London City to Düsseldorf from 1 September

British Airways, through its subsidiary BA CityFlyer, is to launch a new route from London City airport to Düsseldorf from 1 September 2013. This will complement the existing service from London Heathrow to Düsseldorf. The route will be operated on behalf of BA by Eastern Airways under a BA livered Saab 2000 aircraft.

Here is the planned timetable:

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