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British Airways long haul network changes: Summer 2014

by BA Staff

London based full service carrier British Airways has already begun to announce changes to its long haul network for the Summer 2014 season. Bangalore Aviation has prepared a summary of those changes below.

London Heathrow

  • Accra – 10x weekly service introduced for Winter 2013/14 continues and sees capacity increase from daily Boeing 777 + thrice weekly Boeing 767 to daily 747-400 plus thrice weekly 767.
  • AustinNEW nonstop route to be served 5x weekly with Boeing 787 Dreamliner beginning 3rd March 2014, and up-gauged to daily from 4th May. 
  • Entebbe – Service increases from 3x weekly to 4x weekly
  • Jeddah – Upgraded from 3-class 767 to 4-class 777
  • Johannesburg – Frequency decreased from 17x weekly in Summer 2013 to 14x weekly in Summer 2014: 8x weekly 747-400, 6x Airbus A380
  • Los Angeles – Capacity decreased from 3x daily 747-400 to 2x daily A380
  • Seattle – Frequency increased from 10x weekly introduced for Winter 2013/14 to 12x weekly: now daily 777 plus 5x weekly 747-400
  • Tel Aviv– One of 3x daily flights up-gauged from 3-class Airbus A321 to 4-class 777
London Gatwick
  • Antigua – Punta Cana – Increases from 2x weekly to 3x weekly 777
  • Kingston – Increases from 3x weekly to 4x weekly
  • Orlando – Increases from 10x weekly to 13x weekly
  • St. Lucia – Increases from 6x weekly to 7x weekly
All changes are Summer 2014 vs. Summer 2013 unless otherwise noted

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