British Airways has outlined plans to restart services to a raft of destinations in July, including some long-haul routes.
All of the destinations will be served at lower frequencies than those seen before the pandemic, “due to reduced demand and the impact of the global quarantine restrictions”, the airline states.
By the end of the month, BA’s Americas services will include flights to Bermuda, Dallas, Miami, Seattle and Toronto. They join flights to San Francisco, which restarted in June, and destinations served throughout the crisis, including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York JFK and Washington DC.
Caribbean services to Barbados and Kingston will also return in July, while BA’s Asia connectivity will be boosted by Tokyo Haneda services, alongside the Hong Kong and Singapore flights it resumed in June.
BA will also ramp up its short-haul network in July with services to destinations across Europe, plus a number of domestic flights.
Fellow IAG carrier Iberia has also announced the reintroduction of more than 50 domestic and European services during July and August. No long-haul services are included in the Spanish carrier’s summer programme.