Heathrow cancelled flights: British Airways cancels several Heathrow Airport routes - full list of affected departures and arrivals
Flights to popular destinations including Paris and Geneva have all been cancelled from the London airport
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It comes after the airline cancelled a number of flights to and from Heathrow Airport last week due to “high winds”.
The airline said last Wednesday (20 September) that the windy weather had resulted in Air Traffic Control restrictions which is limiting the number of aircraft that can land/depart per hour at Heathrow.
British Airways said in a statement last Wednesday: “Like other airlines, due to high winds, we have had to slightly reduce our schedule today. We’ve been in touch with customers to apologise and provide them with rebooking options or the option to receive a full refund.”
Today there are more British Airways flights that have been cancelled from Heathrow. Flights to destinations including Geneva and Paris have all been cancelled.
A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued for Wednesday (27 September) and Thursday (28 September). It is in place from 12pm until 7am on Thursday.
The Met Office warned that the “spell of strong and disruptive winds” is likely to cause some damage to buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs, and road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations possible.
Listed are the British Airways flights that have been cancelled from Heathrow Airport today (Thursday 28 September).
British Airways cancelled flights from Heathrow - departures
- 08:15 BA flight to Geneva
- 13:20 BA flight to Paris
- 16:30 BA flight to Madrid
British Airways cancelled flights from Heathrow - arrivals
- 10:10 BA flight from Los Angeles
- 12:40 BA flight from Geneva
- 16:40 BA flight from Paris
- 22:00 BA flight from Madrid
NationalWorld has contacted British Airways for comment.