11 MAY 2020
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British Airways this week gradually filed planned long-haul operations for the month of June, as the carrier removed schedules and closing reservations on various routes. See also Willie Walsh & Westminster in this issue.
Sad to say, in the past the active British Airways PR team kept up a steady stream of press releases and regularly ventured out of Waterside to network with the media and influencers. This has not been the case since the departure of Keith Williams. Go to the press site and you will see outdated releases but other than Covid-19 no proper recent news. The BA programme shown below has been arrived at from our own resources.
BA currently lists Beijing Daxing (from 14 June) and Shanghai Pu Dong schedule for June. Both routes scheduled as alternating days service.
Additional changes are expected in the next few days. All flights ex-Heathrow.
|Chicago O’Hare||1 daily||787-9|
|Hong Kong||6 weekly||777-300ER|
|Lagos||operates alternating days||787-9|
|Los Angeles||1 daily||787-9|
|Mumbai||operates alternating days||787-9|
|New York JFK||2 daily||747-400/777-200ER|
|San Francisco||1 daily||787-8|
|Sao Paulo Guarulhos||1 daily||777-300ER|
|Singapore||operates alternating days||777-200ER|
|Tel Aviv||1 daily||A350-1000XWB|
|Tokyo Haneda||operates alternating days||787-9|
|Washington Dulles||1 daily||A350-1000XWB
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