Just thought some of you may want to know the latest from BA's Investor newsletter;
Both Singapore and Bangkok now have dedicated flights (no via) from LHR, and all Sydney flights now route via Singapore instead of Kuala Lumpur.
Services to Brisbane and Perth have been discontinued.
BA services to St.Lucia, Havana, and Tobago all have extra frequencies, while services to Grand Cayman and Nassau now provide First as well as Club and World Traveller class.
An additional daily flight has been added for JFK, while Washington DC will receive six extra weekly services.
There are now six daily flights to Frankfurt and Zurich from LHR, and the extended winter schedules to Madrid, Vienna and Cologne, have been carried over into the summer.
A new service to Abuja, Nigeria begins, that's BA's second Nigerian service, after Lagos. More non-stop flights are now available to Abidjan (Ivory Coast), and Cape Town.
Lower than anticipated demand, has lead BA to axe services to San Juan (Puerto Rico), San Jose (Costa Rica), Santiago (no mention as to whether that was Santiago de Chile, or Santiago in Spain-probably the latter), Oslo, Trieste and Vilnius.
Moscow becomes a Heathrow-only service.
Baku (Azerbaijan), has been turned over to BA's franchise partner, British Mediterranean.