British Airways finalised the flight schedule for Tuesday 21 December
Tuesday 21, December 2010
Customers booked to fly into and out of London Heathrow up to 24 December have the option to claim a refund or rebook for a later date.
If you are due to travel to or from Heathrow between now and 24 December, please consider whether your travel is essential.
If you do not need to travel you can cancel your flight, and get a refund, or change your flight to another date in the next 355 days.
LONDON GATWICK and LONDON CITY
BA expects to operate the vast majority of their flights into and out of London Gatwick and London City, although some flights may be subject to delays.
BA now confirmed their flight schedule for Tuesday.
With the second runway at the airport not being available due to the continuing poor weather BA had to make a significant number of cancellations, especially to the shorthaul programme.
Please do not come to the airport unless you have a confirmed booking on a flight that is operating today.
Check the status of your flight before travelling to the airport.
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