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Where is British Airways flying to in Europe in July?

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Where is British Airways currently flying to in the UK and Europe?

British Airways has been tweaking its short haul network now that there is a little more clarity about which countries do not need a 14-day quarantine when you return to the UK.

Routes Online has just published this week’s schedule.  The following routes will form the core of BA’s short haul flying program going forward.  Expect to see more destinations and frequencies added in the coming weeks.

Where is British Airways flying to in Europe in July?

British Airways short haul services for July

All British Airways short haul flights currently depart from London Heathrow Terminal 5.

The only exception as of today is the Loganair-operated Isle of Man service from London City Airport, although additional London City routes are on the way in the coming days.

For clarity, this is the schedule for this week, so expect changes – hopefully of the positive nature – as July goes on.

Aberdeen – 11 weekly
Alicante –
4 weekly
Amsterdam – 14 weekly
Athens – 5 weekly
Barcelona – 16 weekly
Belfast City – 9 weekly
Berlin Tegel – 12 weekly
Bologna – 6 weekly
Chania – 1 weekly
Copenhagen – 8 weekly
Corfu – 2 weekly
Dublin – 6 weekly
Edinburgh – 14 weekly
Faro – 8 weekly
Geneva – 9 weekly
Gibraltar – 4 weekly
Glasgow – 14 weekly
Gothenburg – 1 weekly
Ibiza – 6 weekly
Jersey – 7 weekly
Krakow – 1 weekly
Larnaca – 2 weekly
Lisbon – 12 weekly
Madrid – 12 weekly
Malaga – 10 weekly
Manchester – 4 weekly
Marseille – 4 weekly
Milan Malpensa – 13 weekly
Munich – 3 weekly
Mykonos – 2 weekly
Nice – 12 weekly
Oslo – 2 weekly
Palermo – 3 weekly
Palma Mallorca – 9 weekly
Paris CDG – 12 weekly
Pisa – 5 weekly
Preveza – 1 weekly
Prishtina – 1 weekly
Rome – 12 weekly
Split – 2 weekly
Stockholm – 7 weekly
Thira – 2 weekly
Tirana – 1 weekly
Toulouse – 3 weekly
Valencia – 3 weekly
Venice – 2 weekly
Warsaw – 1 weekly
Zagreb – 2 weekly
Zakynthos – 1 weekly
Zurich – 1 weekly

You can book on the British Airways website here.  Remember to check the quarantine measures in place at your destination before you book!

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Comments (23)

  • Chris Sagar says:

    Kos twice weekly, as well

  • Alex says:

    The biggest push for routes reopening is on the 16th, albeit with reduced frequencies. For example BSL was up to 3-4 per day but is restarting with only one mid-morning rotation, except Sat.

  • bsuije says:

    For July, Gothenburg is scheduled 3 times a week on a Monday, Thursday and Sunday, starting this Thursday.

    However, given that Sweden is not on the government’s “OK to travel to” list, I wonder whether the 3 flights pw will be kept..

  • Philip says:

    Newcastle also restarts on the 16th x 1 daily.

  • Troll Basher says:

    Utterly useless from the regions to have just a midday service when the majority of European routes are scheduled to leave before 11am.
    They could have had 3 Valencias, an Athens and a Lisbon off me this month, but each would involve a LHR night stop both ways.

    • Anna says:

      Yes – travel with BA is out for us until regional departures are a realistic prospect. My next 2 trips are on Ryanair and Easyjet!

      • Yorkieflyer says:

        Agree and I won’t be back for short haul after all BA’s messing about with cancellations. All credit to O’Leary for facing down the governments

  • mr_jetlag says:

    If BA cancel within 14 days due to Greek quarantine restrictions, does this fall under EC261?

    • marcw says:

      Yes re-routing or reimbursement. But no compensation. The EC clarified that airline can cancel flights at short notice due to coronavirus restrictions and no compensation is due.

    • Anna says:

      14 days only relates to compensation, which doesn’t apply for disruption caused by COVID. If flights are cancelled you are entitled to refund or re-route regardless of when you were notified.

      • Lady London says:

        also duty of care which is quite important

      • Mark says:

        I raised a complaint with BA yesterday over cancelled Greek flights. Impossible to get through to them any other way to get a refund sorted as I don’t want to take a FTV and every time I try to call I just get cut off.

    • mr_jetlag says:

      Thanks both.

  • Tim says:

    I found a great deal on reward flights to SZG, but with a voucher you need to phone to book, which can be challenging. Also need a COVID test just before travel.

    • Ian says:

      I phoned BA to redeem a voucher for a flight to Paris in September. On Sunday they wouldn’t answer the phone at all but yesterday just after 08.00, the call was immediately answered and a helpful agent handled the booking for me. The call was long (15 minutes+) and, in answer to my question about why I had to ring the call centre, she explained that BA IT had not yet caught up with this new voucher system so it couldn’t be done online.

  • Christian Robinson says:

    And Tenerife!