All British Airways flights to and from London airports are cancelled today and on Saturday 17 Apr
Saturday 17, April 2010
Following further information from the Met Office about the path of the volcanic ash affecting UK airspace and airlines, there will continue to be severe disruption to BA schedule.
All British Airways flights to and from London airports are cancelled today and on Saturday 17 April.
Following the lifting of flying restrictions to a large part of Scottish airspace, a number of flights from North America originally scheduled for other UK destinations, will operate into Scotland overnight.
These flights are:
BA174 From New York (JFK) - Arriving in Glasgow (GLA)
BA176 From New York (JFK) - Arriving in Prestwick (PIK)
BA182 From New York (JFK) - Arriving in Glasgow (GLA)
BA194 From New York (EWR) - Arriving in Prestwick (PIK)
BA284 From San Francisco (SFO) - Arriving in Glasgow (GLA)
BA268 From Los Angeles (LAX) - Arriving in Prestwick (PIK)
BA102 From Calgary (YYC) Arriving in Aberdeen (ABZ)
Ground Transport will be provided to take passengers to London.
You are advised to check the status of your flight before leaving for the airport.
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