British Airways shorthaul flights into and out of the UK will be cancelled until 6pm UK local time on Friday
Friday 16, April 2010
Following further information from National Air Traffic Services (NATS) about the path of the volcanic ash affecting all UK airspace and airlines, there will be cancellations and delays to our schedule on Friday April 16.
All British Airways shorthaul flights into and out of the UK will be cancelled until at least 6pm UK local time on Friday.All longhaul flights due to depart from and arrive at Heathrow and Gatwick up to 1pm UK local time on Friday are also being cancelled.
The decision to cancel has been made for safety reasons and on the direction from Air Traffic Control Service (NATS).
You are advised to check the status of your flight before leaving for the airport.
BA is keeping the flying schedule under constant review and will aim to give customers as much notice as possible once we receive more information from NATS.
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