The tables below give details of the flights that are thought to be still operating for the proposed strike period. Please note that this information is also available on ba.com/BA Traveltrade

 Subsidiary, franchise, codeshare and alliance flights operating normally
Carrier Flight number range
Loganair  BA 4000 to BA 4199
 LAN Airlines  BA 4300 to BA 4309
 Malev  BA 4450 to BA 4499
 Cathay Pacific  BA 4550 to BA 4599
 Japan Airlines  BA 4600 to BA 4649
 American Airlines  BA 5000 to BA 5699
 Aer Lingus  BA 5700 to BA 5999
 Finnair  BA 6000 to BA 6099
 Flybe  BA 6100 to BA 6199
 Comair  BA 6200 to BA 6449
 OpenSkies  BA 7000 to BA 7039
 Meridiana Fly  BA 7040 to BA 7049
 Iberia  BA 7050 to BA 7299
 Qantas  BA 7300 to BA 7499
 Various  BA 7500 to BA 7599
 Sun-Air of Scandinavia A/S  BA 8200 to BA 8299
 BA CityFlyer  BA 8450 to BA 8769

 

BA flights to / from London City
Routes Flight number range
All including  London City – New York (JFK) BA 0001 to BA 0004BA 8450 to BA 8497BA 8700 to BA 8769 All flights, including BA CityFlyer, will operate normally and any changes to bookings on these flights are subject to the original fare rules

 

BA flights to / from London Heathrow
Routes Flight number range
Between London Heathrow and Outside Europe BA 0005 to BA 0299 Most flights will operate normally.Some flights will operate using British Airways aircraft providing a different style of onboard service.Some flights will be cancelled.
Between London Heathrow and the rest of the UK and Europe BA 0300 – BA 0999BA 1300 – BA 1499 Most  flights will operate normally.Some flights will operate using BA approved chartered aircraft providing a different style of onboard service.Some flights will be cancelled.
 Flights operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners are unaffected.  See the top tableExact details of our flying schedule during the strike period are liable to change at short notice.

 

BA flights to / from London Gatwick
Routes Flight number range
 All routes BA 2000 to BA 2999BA 7950 to BA 8199 All flights will operate normally and any changes to bookings on these flights are subject to the original fare rules

 

The Tips for those affected are:

Make it easy for you to be contacted by BA

If you are affected it is BA’s intention to inform you directly if they have your e-mail address or by SMS text if they have your mobile phone number.

The contact details supplied at the time of booking will be used, so please ensure these are correct and up-to-date:

Rebooking and refund options for strike dates:

All flights to and from London City and London Gatwick will continue to operate normally and any changes to bookings on these flights are subject to the original fare rules.

All longhaul and shorthaul flights to and from London Heathrow are governed by the following guidelines:

  • the options available if you are due to travel between 18 and 23 May
  • the options available if you are due to travel between 24 and 29 May
  • the options available if you are due to travel between 30 May and 4 June
  • the options available if you are due to travel between 5 and 9 June
  • how you can change or cancel your booking now

If you are due to travel between 18 May and 23 May

If you are booked to travel on any Heathrow flights between 18 May and 23 May and wish to change your travel plans, you can now:

  • Rebook onto a BA flight to the same destination for up to 355 days from the original date of travel at no additional cost, subject to availability.

Refunds will only apply if the fare rules for your ticket allow it.

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

Please note

  • All changes must be made prior to the departure of the original flight
  • Tickets booked after 10 May are not covered by these guidelines.
  • If you claim a full refund and then discover your original flight is going to operate, you will be treated as a new customer and can purchase a ticket at the prices available at the time.
  • If you rebook onto a flight outside of the strike period and subsequently discover that your original flight is going to operate then you will be allowed to rebook back onto the original flight at no extra cost, subject to availability.

Your options once which flights are being operated have been announced:

On Thursday 13 May they will announce the longhaul flying schedule and on Friday 14 May they will announce their shorthaul flying schedule for flights to and from London Heathrow operating between 18 and 23 May.

If your flight is still operating the options detailed above will still be available to you:

If your flight is cancelled you will be able to:

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight on the same route within 355 days of the original date of travel at no extra charge, subject to availability

OR

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight to/from the nearest alternative airport (for example, if booked to/from Boston you could rebook to/from Philadelphia or New York) at no extra charge, subject to availability.

OR

  • Rebook onto an agreed alternative airline, subject to availability.

OR

  • Cancel your booking and obtain a refund to the original form of payment

 

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by a franchise, codeshare or alliance partner, you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

If you are due to travel between 24 May and 29 May

If you are booked to travel on any Heathrow flights between 24 May and 29 May and wish to change your travel plans, you can now:

  • Rebook onto a BA flight to the same destination for up to 355 days from the original date of travel at no additional cost, subject to availability.

Refunds will only apply if the fare rules for your ticket allow it.

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by a franchise, codeshare or alliance partner, you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

Please note

  • All changes must be made prior to the departure of the original flight
  • Tickets booked after 10 May are not covered by these guidelines.
  • If you claim a full refund and then discover your original flight is going to operate, you will be treated as a new customer and can purchase a ticket at the prices available at the time.
  • If you rebook onto a flight outside of the strike period and subsequently discover that your original flight is going to operate then you will be allowed to rebook back onto the original flight at no extra cost, subject to availability.

Your options once it has been announced which flights are intending to operate during this period:

On Wednesday 19 May they will announce their longhaul flying schedule and on Thursday 20 May they plan to announce their shorthaul flying schedule for flights to and from London Heathrow operating between 24 and 29 May.

If your flight is still operating the options detailed above will still be available to you.

If your flight is cancelled you will be able to:

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight on the same route within 355 days of the original date of travel at no extra charge, subject to availability

OR

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight to/from the nearest alternative airport  (for example, if booked to/from Boston you could rebook to/from Philadelphia or New York) at no extra charge, subject to availability.

OR

Rebook onto an agreed alternative airline, subject to availability.

OR

  • Cancel your booking and obtain a refund to the original form of payment

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

If you are due to travel between 30 May and 4 June

If you are booked to travel on any Heathrow flights between 30 May and 4 June and wish to change your travel plans, you can now:

  • Rebook onto a BA flight to the same destination for up to 355 days from the original date of travel at no additional cost, subject to availability.

 

Refunds will only apply if the fare rules for your ticket allow it.

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

Please note

  • All changes must be made prior to the departure of the original flight
  • Tickets booked after 10 May are not covered by these guidelines.
  • If you claim a full refund and then discover your original flight is going to operate, you will be treated as a new customer and can purchase a ticket at the prices available at the time.
  • If you rebook onto a flight outside of the strike period and subsequently discover that your original flight is going to operate then you will be allowed to rebook back onto the original flight at no extra cost, subject to availability.

 

Your options once we announce which flights we intend to operate during this period

 

On Tuesday 25 May they plan to announce their longhaul flying schedule and on Wednesday 26 May they plan to announce our shorthaul flying schedule for flights to and from London Heathrow operating between 30 May and 4 June.

If your flight is still operating the options detailed above will still be available to you

If your flight is cancelled you will be able to

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight on the same route within 355 days of the original date of travel at no extra charge, subject to availability

OR

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight to/from the nearest alternative airport  (for example, if booked to/from Boston you could rebook to/from Philadelphia or New York) at no extra charge, subject to availability.

OR

  • Rebook onto an agreed alternative airline, subject to availability.

OR

  • Cancel your booking and obtain a refund to the original form of payment

 

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners, you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

If you are due to travel between 5 and 9 June

If you are booked to travel on any Heathrow flights between 5 and 9 June and wish to change your travel plans, you can now:

  • Rebook onto a BA flight to the same destination for up to 355 days from the original date of travel at no additional cost, subject to availability.

Refunds will only apply if the fare rules for your ticket allow it.

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners, you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

Please note

  • All changes must be made prior to the departure of the original flight
  • Tickets booked after 10 May are not covered by these guidelines.
  • If you claim a full refund and then discover your original flight is going to operate, you will be treated as a new customer and can purchase a ticket at the prices available at the time.
  • If you rebook onto a flight outside of the strike period and subsequently discover that your original flight is going to operate then you will be allowed to rebook back onto the original flight at no extra cost, subject to availability.

Your options once it is announced which flights they intend to operate during this period:

On Monday 31 May they plan to announce their longhaul flying schedule and on Tuesday 01 June they plan to announce their shorthaul flying schedule for flights to and from London Heathrow operating between 5 and 9 June

If your flight is still operating the options detailed above will still be available to you

If your flight is cancelled you will be able to

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight on the same route within 355 days of the original date of travel at no extra charge, subject to availability

OR

  • Rebook onto another British Airways flight to/from the nearest alternative airport  (for example, if booked to/from Boston you could rebook to/from Philadelphia or New York) at no extra charge, subject to availability.

OR

  • Rebook onto an agreed alternative airline, subject to availability.

OR

  • Cancel your booking and obtain a refund to the original form of payment

 

Additional flights:

If your booking includes a BA flight outside of these dates, a flight to or from London City or London Gatwick or one operated by our franchise, codeshare or alliance partners, you will be able to change these flights at the same time.

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