To find out whether your British Airways flight will be cancelled in the BA strike, take a look at the list below.
Strike dates are set for Sunday 25 December and Monday 26 December 2016 and will be hitting services from Heathrow, which will make a misery of many people’s Christmas. The current plan is to operate all long haul services. Services from Gatwick and London City will not be impacted at all.
The following short haul routes are at risk of cancellation on 25th and 26th:
Passengers booked on these routes currently have the option of requesting a refund for their flight, transferring to another BA flight on a different day or flying to another city within 300 miles not on the list above.
BA will not move you to a different airline at this stage. This may become an option when your flight is definitely cancelled.
Find out more about why the British Airways strike is happening. If you enjoyed this article you may also want to take look at my airline reviews and my previous experience in Club Worlds on Ba’s A380 and the B747 Jumbo. British Airways features in my top top 10 best airlines for longhaul Business Class.
Guidance on rebooking can be found on BA.com.
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