Gone Again: British Airways Suspends 3 US Destinations for The Rest Of Winter.

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January 10. British Airways has pulled Baltimore, Nashville, and New Orleans soon after they restarted. Baltimore returned on November 19th and Nashville and New Orleans on December 9th. They benefited from Holiday demand but will temporarily cease.

New Orleans will end on January 15th, Nashville the day after, and Baltimore on January 17th, but they’ll be back in the summer. So too will San Jose, BA’s last US route to return. The California airport, not far from San Francisco, was expected to resume on March 27th but is now bookable from mid-June.

In the past few weeks, multiple BA routes to the US have seen seats for sale reduce for the remainder of the aviation winter season and into summer. Looking at the rest of winter, OAG data shows that planned capacity exceeded 1.6 million seats in early October, which has reduced by 27% to 1.2 million in the current week, as shown below.

Source: Simple Flying.

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