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British Airways cuts thousands of flights for the winter schedule due to reduced demand

by LLB Reporter
7th Dec 21 3:15 pm

British Airways has cut more than 2,000 flights between now and March next year due to reduced demand amid the pandemic.

The government are rapidly changing the rules which is causing uncertainty amongst travellers and are having to pay enormous bills to stay in a quarantine hotel.

The website Simple Flying reported that British Airways has cut a total of 2,144 journeys from the winter schedule, over half were planned for January.

It is thought that this has nothing to do with the emergence of the new Omicron variant as the plans were already in place.

Any leaders in the travel sector are highly critical of the government introducing the expensive PCR tests and the reintroduction of red lists.

A spokesman said, “Like other airlines, due to the continuing Coronavirus pandemic we are operating a reduced and dynamic schedule.”

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