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.
- 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.
- Austin – NEW 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
- 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