British Airways flight cancellation due to weather - 19th December
Sunday 19, December 2010
Severe weather continues to cause significant disruption to BA operation today, Sunday 19 December.
Unfortunately Heathrow Airport remains closed to all but a handful of departures, as the airport authorities continue to clear large amounts of snow and ice from all parts of the airfield.
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.
The British Airways flights expected to depart as normal today are:
LONGHAUL DEPARTURES (TERMINAL 5)
BA207 - Miami
BA279 - Los Angeles
BA117 - New York
SHORTHAUL DEPARTURES (TERMINAL 5)
BA982 - Berlin - (Departed)
BA740 - Geneva - (Departed)
BA962 - Hamburg - (Departed)
BA346 - Nice - (Departed)
All other long and shorthaul British Airways flights from London Heathrow before 18:00 are cancelled as a result of the closure. BA do not anticipate any flight arrivals at London Heathrow. Please check the status of arriving flights.
At London Gatwick airport British Airways hopes to run as many flights as possible, although there will be a reduced operation today as a result of the impact of the weather yesterday. Please check the status of your flight before travelling to the airport.
What to do if your flight has been cancelled
If you are affected by the cancellations you can choose to rebook on an alternative flight or can claim a full refund through ba.com. Please see below for information on how to do this. Customers who have booked their flights through travel agents should speak to them directly.
Please try to make these changes yourself using 'Manage my Booking'
BA are experiencing extremely high call volumes in their call centres so where possible please use ba.com or contact your travel agent to rearrange your travel plans. Please do not go to the airport to make changes to your booking.
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