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October 2022 Flight cancellations and operational changes

October 2022 Flight cancellations and operational changes

Old May 9, 22, 10:55 am
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October 2022 Flight cancellations and operational changes

BA 546 LHR-FCO cancelled on the 27th. part of a BA holiday.
Rebooked onto BA 560 an hour later which is fine. Managed to rebook onto a later flight for the return which wasn’t originally available so an ok outcome.
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Old May 10, 22, 12:55 am
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BA 268 (evening/last flight LAX-LHR) has been scrapped from early Sep till the end of Oct it seems. Rebooked on AA cause I'm tired of playing the "will we win the 777 CS roulette/keep checking MMB for plane changes" with BA.
Hopefully that doesn't mean one of the other 2 BA flights changes to an A380 for the summer schedule.
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Old May 10, 22, 2:08 am
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Originally Posted by jj_lgkr View Post
BA 268 (evening/last flight LAX-LHR) has been scrapped from early Sep till the end of Oct it seems.
Effectively reducing the capacity of BA's First cabin to/from LAX to 8 seats a day. On what I would have thought is quite a premium-heavy route, it is an interesting decision: due to fly to LA on 1 October, and there are no more first seats available for purchase that day and we're currently 4-5 months out!

Originally Posted by jj_lgkr View Post
Rebooked on AA cause I'm tired of playing the "will we win the 777 CS roulette/keep checking MMB for plane changes" with BA.
I am also pondering whether I should change to the AA flight. I was automatically rebooked onto BA280, which departs LAX at 17:05. Issue is that my (AA) connection from HNL arrives at LAX at 15:37. Forums suggest this is enough time to connect from T5 to TBIT, but I'm not so convinced..
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