Qatar Business Class

British Airways drops Calgary for the winter

Links on Head for Points may pay us an affiliate commission. A list of partners is here.

If you had a Canadian ski holiday planned, you won’t be pleased to discover that British Airways is suspending its Calgary service for the Winter.

There will be no flights from 28th October 2018 to 30th March 2019.

BA suspends Calgary

BA is currently refusing to rebook passengers on other airlines but this may change.  At present, all that is being offered is free rebooking to any other BA destination in the US or Canada.

British Airways will not pay to get you to Calgary from wherever you end up.  Alternatively, you can request a refund.

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to visit our home page for the latest articles on earning and spending your Avios points and click here to see how to earn more Avios from current offers and promotions.)

New Charles Tyrwhitt / Avios offer launched
Why Marriott Travel Packages are a great use of Marriott or SPG points - but what happens after August?

Click here to join the 14,500 people on our email list and receive the latest Avios, miles and points news by 6am.

IHG Your Rate
About Head for Points

We help business and leisure travellers maximise their Avios, frequent flyer miles and hotel loyalty points. Visit every day for three new articles or sign up for our FREE emails via this page or the box to your right.


  1. Derek says:

    Is it normal for BA (or any airline for that matter), to only have 1 Involuntary Rebooking Interline Agreement in place after 12 days? I see that for the Calgary Suspension, BA have only added UA as an option, which feels as if such agreements are almost ‘grudged’?

    Surely AC should be jumping at the chance to secure as many of these booked passengers to Calgary as possible, to try and convert them to future AC customers?

    • the real harry1 says:

      there must be a negotiation on amount to be paid behind this, BA wouldn’t be paying headline ticket prices – maybe other airlines won’t go as low as BA requires

Please click here to read our data protection policy before submitting your comment.