British Airways W19 London Heathrow long-haul changes as of 10MAY19

British Airways in last week’s schedule update filed selected changes to its long-haul service from London Heathrow, for Northern winter 2019/20 season from 27OCT19. The following adjustments also include changes reflected in recent weeks, but not covered on Airlineroute.

London Heathrow – Austin eff 29OCT19 Day 2 service operated by 777-200ER, instead of -300ER
London Heathrow – Bangalore 27OCT19 – 31DEC19 787-9 replaces 3-class 777-200ER
London Heathrow – Boston BA203/202 on Day 4 operated by 787-8, instead of 777-200ER
London Heathrow – Dallas/Ft. Worth eff 27OCT19 747-400 replaces 777-200ER, 1 daily
London Heathrow – Dubai
eff 27OCT19 747-400 once again scheduled on 1 of 3 daily flight, operating BA109/108, instead of BA107/106 in W18 (BA107/106 operated by A350-1000XWB)
London Heathrow – Los Angeles eff 27OCT19 Reflected in previous schedule update, BA281/280 to be operated by 747-400, instead of 787-9
London Heathrow – Miami eff 27OCT19 BA209/208 747-400 replaces A380, overall 3 daily 747 in W19
London Heathrow – Washington Dulles eff 27OCT19 Reflected in previous schedule update, BA217/216 to be operated by A380, instead of 747-400

Previously reported changes:
London Heathrow – Bahrain – Dammam eff 01DEC19 Bahrain service extends to Dammam, 777-200ER operates 1 daily. Dammam was previously served until March 2002
London Heathrow – Johannesburg eff 27OCT19 Service continues to operate 14 weekly, instead of 18
London Heathrow – Osaka Kansai
eff 27OCT19 3 weekly service during winter, instead of 4 in summer. 787-8 operating
London Heathrow – Philadelphia eff 27OCT19 10 weekly service maintained in winter 2019/20 season, instead of 7 weekly


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