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February 2021 flight cancellations and operational changes

February 2021 flight cancellations and operational changes

Old Nov 26, 20, 5:59 am
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February 2021 flight cancellations and operational changes

As BA have started to adjust their 10 January - 28 February long-haul schedules at the moment with some zeroing on several routes at the moment, I am opening this thread to discuss the changes made for February 2021 operations and changes/cancellations.

At the moment ( about 26 Nov 12:00 GMT ), the zeroing process is still going on and we should have an overview of the operating long-haul routes in the upcoming days.
For short-haul, there is no sign of update for the moment.
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Old Nov 26, 20, 6:03 am
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Gosh. It looks like we will be hitting more than 12 months of these threads. Letís hope itís not more than 18 months. How sad.

Roll on Summer 21
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Old Nov 27, 20, 4:47 am
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Yesterday, I received a cancellation of my MIA-LHR (BA206) on Feb 24 .... rebooked on the BA208, same date.
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Old Nov 27, 20, 10:41 am
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BA640 LHR-ATH (720am) has been cancelled on 5 Feb. Rebooked onto BA632 departing @ 10am
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Old Nov 27, 20, 11:35 am
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As I mentioned in the Jan ‘21 cancellation thread, SAN has hit the fan so to speak through the end of Feb.
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Old Nov 27, 20, 11:42 am
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Had a couple of cancelled flights for early feb on ABZ - LHR route. 7 flights chopped to 3 rotations.
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Old Nov 27, 20, 11:48 am
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My LAX A380 flight at the end of February has now changed to a 789.
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Old Nov 27, 20, 11:49 am
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LHR-MLE BA0061 Feb 14 - equipment swap: 77W to 777 (club suite to old club seat)
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Old Nov 27, 20, 1:59 pm
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LHR-MCT cancelled Feb 13th
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Old Nov 27, 20, 2:53 pm
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28th Feb DXB - LHR. Aircraft change and downgrade from 789 F to 350 Club Suites
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Old Nov 27, 20, 4:20 pm
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LGW>BGI 3 Feb cancelled, rebooked LGW>BGI 4 Feb
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Old Nov 27, 20, 10:11 pm
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LHR-SYD has gone for whole of January and Feb. Not much of a surprise really.
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Old Nov 28, 20, 1:03 am
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Looks like LHR-BGI is still going - not sure how viable it will be for us though given the entry restrictions at present...
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Old Nov 28, 20, 2:15 am
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Originally Posted by our_kid View Post
Looks like LHR-BGI is still going - not sure how viable it will be for us though given the entry restrictions at present...
The restrictions are the same as have been for a while now and pretty simple really coming from Europe. Get a PCR test three days before you fly and another one the day after you land. Assuming you pass the second test you are only inconvenienced with two nights of restriction in your hotel.

Plenty of full planes from BA and VS so I would think many of the scheduled flights in dec/jan/feb will go in what is their peak season.
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Old Nov 28, 20, 4:29 am
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my LHR to madeira flights have both been cancelled and auto-rebooked onto different days, so they are already changing things up again.
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