All the British Airways flights cancelled today from UK airports

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British Airways has cancelled greater than 70 flights to and from its essential base, London Heathrow airport on Saturday. The Unbiased calculates 12 home flights, together with departures to all three airports it serves in Scotland.

A complete of 60 short-haul worldwide flights are cancelled.

BA says the flight cancellations are all pre-planned and that passengers got discover of every week or two – with some departures taken out of the schedules many weeks forward.

Whereas airways won’t disclose passenger masses on the grounds of economic sensitivity, if a median of 80 folks had been booked on every flight on the level of cancellation then virtually 6,000 travellers can have been affected by at this time’s cancellations.

British Airways departures from Heathrow

Home: six outbound, 12 sectors in complete

  • Aberdeen
  • Edinburgh (2)
  • Glasgow
  • Jersey
  • Manchester

Europe/North Africa: 30 outbound, 60 sectors in complete

  • Amsterdam
  • Athens (2)
  • Barcelona
  • Berlin
  • Brussels
  • Bucharest
  • Budapest
  • Copenhagen
  • Dublin (2)
  • Dusseldorf
  • Geneva (2)
  • Gothenburg
  • Hamburg
  • Innsbruck
  • Larnaca
  • Madrid Paris CDG
  • Milan (Malpensa)
  • Milan Linate
  • Good (2)
  • Oslo
  • Prague
  • Stockholm (2)
  • Tirana
  • Toulouse
  • Vienna

Apart from the cancellations British Airways, the UK’s greatest price range airline, easyJet, is cancelling round 70 flights per day – significantly to and from its largest base, Gatwick. The airline says most passengers are in a position “to change onto different flights on the identical day”.

All passengers whose flights are cancelled are entitled to new flights on the unique day of departure if a seat is out there, even whether it is on a rival airline.

If the cancellation was introduced lower than two weeks prematurely and the airline is accountable, they’re additionally due money compensation.

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