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  • BristolBlue 2 posts

    I’m hoping to book some flights from Gatwick to Bangkok for May 2025 using a combination of Avios with Barcalys + Amex vouchers. However, the last flight I can see is 20 March 2025.

    I’m guessing (but not certain) this is because this is the last flight in BA’s Winter schedule. If this is the case, does anybody know when the Summer 2025 schedule is released and available to book? I’ve found a few press releases from previous years and it looks like it might not be until October this year, at which point a few months worth of flights are released and available to book, in one go (which would be great).

    Can anyone shed any light on this for me?

    Rob
    HfP Staff
    2,294 posts

    I suspect BA will see what the numbers are like (in terms of £, not in terms of passenger numbers) before making a decision. Same with the new KL service.

    I suspect Bangkok will also be top of the list to be chopped – based on last in, first out – if there are additional delays to new aircraft deliveries or Club Suite aircraft refurbishments.

    Reado2075 4 posts

    I’m in the same boat…looking to book for easter hols 2025. I tweeted ba re this and they said “currently” only winter schedule so we will have to wait and see!

    FatherOfFour 281 posts

    Usually longhaul rolls on, bookable at T-355, but obviously BKK is an exception. (I’m guessing the likes of Barbados, St Lucia, Cancun etc are all bookable)
    It’s usually Euroflyer that gets released in tranches.
    I don’t think many people in BA are going to know if or when Bangkok will go on sale, waiting game I guess.

    BristolBlue 2 posts

    From previous experience, is there likely to be an announcement/press release if this flight continues? Or will flights quietly be released?

    Richie 1,020 posts

    Could be Dec 24 or Jan 25 is my guess.

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