British Airways S19 London Heathrow long-haul changes as of 30JAN19

British Airways recently (including up to yesterday 30JAN19) filed additional changes to its planned summer 2019 long-haul service at London Heathrow, effective 31MAR19. Planned changes includes the following.

London Heathrow – Los Angeles
eff 31MAR19 Aircraft changes, A380 replaced by following:
BA283/282 31MAR19 – 30SEP19 744 daily (Previously not specified, BA to operate 10 weekly A380 service to Los Angeles in October 2019)
BA268/269 31MAR19 – 26OCT19 744 Day x157

London Heathrow – Montreal
01JUL19 – 12AUG19 Day 1 service operated by 787-9, replacing -8
London Heathrow – Mumbai
BA139/138 787-9 replaces 777-200ER during following: 31MAR19 – 30APR19 (Previous plan: 31MAR19 – 15APR19), 01AUG19 – 10AUG19 (No changes)
London Heathrow – Newark 01APR19 – 08JUN19 BA185/184 operated by Air Belgium A340-300
London Heathrow – Riyadh 05MAY19 – 31MAY19 777-200ER replaces 747-400, 1 daily
London Heathrow – San Diego 31MAY19 – 16JUN19 Selected dates operated by 777-200ER, replacing -300ER
London Heathrow – Washington Dulles 05MAY19 – 20JUL19 BA293/292 747-400 replaces 777-200ER

Previously reported changes:
London Heathrow – Boston eff 31MAR19 A380 service expands from 3 weekly to 7 weekly
London Heathrow – Calgary eff 09MAY19 787-9 operates on Day 4, replacing -8 (Except 27JUN19 – 15AUG19)
London Heathrow – Charleston SC eff 04APR19 New seasonal 787-8 service, 2 weekly
London Heathrow – Dubai 16APR19 – 30MAY19 Reduce from 21 to 12 weekly. 7 of 12 weekly operated by A380 from 16APR19 to 04MAY19
London Heathrow – Islamabad eff 02JUN19 Service resumption since October 2008, 787-8 operates 3 weekly
London Heathrow – Johannesburg eff 31MAR19 BA051/050 787-9 replaces -8, 4 weekly
London Heathrow – Nashville
eff 31MAR19 Boeing 787-9 replaces -8
eff 19APR19 Increase from 5 to 7 weekly
London Heathrow – Osaka Kansai eff 31MAR19 4 weekly 787-8 service, service resumption since October 1998
London Heathrow – Pittsburgh eff 02APR19 4 weekly 787-8 service, new route (Pittsburgh last served from London Gatwick until October 1999)

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