UK Airline Cuts Nearly 30,000 Flights in Seven Months Due to Staff Shortage

11th Jul 2022

British Airways (BA) announced it will cut more flights through to October. Another round of flight cancellations were announced by the UK airline as it cuts 10,300 short-haul flights of August to October which will affect London Heathrow, Gatwick and City airports. With the recent announcement, the airline has had already cut nearly 30,000 flights since April.

“The whole aviation industry continues to face into significant challenges and we’re completely focused on building resilience into our operation to give customers the certainty they deserve,” British Airways said in a statement.

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