British Airways flight cancellation due to weather - 18th December
Saturday 18, December 2010
Severe disruption is expected on 18th December at Heathrow and Gatwick.
As a result all flights departing from London Heathrow will be cancelled between 1000 and 1700 UK time and all European and Domestic flights from London Gatwick between 1000 and 1700 UK time will be cancelled.
Please do not travel to the airport if you are due to depart between these times.
If your flight has been cancelled please do not come to the airport unless you have a confirmed booking on a new flight.
You can also check your flight status on your mobile phone by visiting ba2go.com.
What to do if your flight has been cancelled
BA has a policy in place outlining the options available to you and how to make changes to your booking.
Any customer travelling from London Heathrow or London Gatwick on 18 December or 19 December who does not wish to travel may receive a full refund or may rebook to a later date.
BA is experiencing high call volumes so thank you for your patience whilst waiting to be connected.
BA will issue regular weather updates over the next few days outlining the status of all BAA airports and at the moment Heathrow is fully operational.
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