British Airways Flight Status

British Airways is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom, headquartered at Waterside, Harmondsworth. It is the second largest airline in the United Kingdom, based on fleet size and passengers carried, behind easyJet. British Airways operates on average 3,500 flights a week to 183 destinations and 45.6 million passengers on 2018.

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No. Departure Arrival Live Status
BA393 11:55 12:10 Scheduled On time
BA2273 15:00 18:15 Scheduled On time
BA2170 17:10 18:05 Scheduled
BA2172 20:10 21:05 Scheduled
BA731 15:30 16:15 Scheduled
BA735 18:40 19:25 Scheduled
BA725 10:25 11:15 Scheduled
BA737 20:45 21:20 Scheduled
BA797 19:50 20:25 Scheduled
BA733 16:35 17:20 Scheduled
BA729 13:15 14:00 Scheduled
BA727 12:20 13:05 Scheduled
BA723 07:20 08:10 Scheduled
BA721 17:35 18:20 Scheduled
BA2561 18:15 18:55 Scheduled
BA2551 10:05 10:45 Scheduled
BA2555 18:50 19:30 Scheduled
BA5077 06:19 08:54 Arrived On time
BA4424 13:10 16:48 Arrived On time
BA6549 15:47 19:25 Arrived Delayed by 33m
BA105 20:40 07:45 Scheduled On time
BA1906 19:16 20:59 Arrived
BA1904 20:58 22:47 Departed
BA224 19:50 10:30 Scheduled Delayed by 15m
BA2660 06:20 09:10 Scheduled
BA5814 21:05 06:55 Scheduled On time
BA691 17:10 18:25 Scheduled
BA3442 20:50 22:20 Scheduled
BA8938 11:30 12:50 Arrived On time
BA7232 13:15 19:05 Scheduled On time
BA1488 16:45 18:15 Scheduled On time
BA5493 21:30 23:07 In Air

British Airways Top 10 Airports

No. Name IATA Updated
1 London Heathrow Airport LHR London United Kingdom 0 minutes
2 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DFW Dallas United States 6 minutes
3 O'Hare International Airport ORD Chicago United States 12 minutes
4 London Gatwick Airport LGW London United Kingdom 0 minutes
5 Miami International Airport MIA Miami United States 13 minutes
6 Dublin Airport DUB Dublin Ireland 8 minutes
7 Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport MAD Madrid Spain 1 minute
8 John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK New York United States 3 minutes
9 Philadelphia International Airport PHL Philadelphia United States 14 minutes
10 London City Airport LCY London United Kingdom 9 minutes

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British Airways

British Airways is a global airline and the UK’s flag carrier, flying customers to where they need to be for more than 100 years. The airline connects Britain with the world and the world with Britain, putting customers and sustainability at its heart and providing service excellence. It is headquartered in London, England, near its main hub at Heathrow Airport.

The aviation industry is profoundly affected by the pandemic, and British Airways is no exception. The sector continuously digs to find new ways to recover from the damages caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. In 2021, BA reported a loss in revenue, but because of the increased number of travelers flying again, it just recently reported its first profit since the pandemic. British Airways-owner IAG posted an operating profit for the second quarter of 293 million euros ($300 million), compared with an operating loss of 967 million euros in the same period of 2021, the first time it has delivered a profit since 2019.

British Airways is the second largest UK-based carrier, The airline was created in 1974 after the British Airways Board was established by the British government to manage the two nationalized airline corporations, British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways, and two regional airlines, Cambrian Airways and Northeast Airlines. All four companies were merged to form British Airways.  In January 2011, BA merged with Iberia, creating the International Airlines Group (IAG), a holding company registered in Madrid, Spain. IAG is the world's third-largest airline group in terms of annual revenue and the second-largest in Europe. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and in the FTSE 100 Index.

On Sunday, August 25, 2019, marks British Airways’ 100th birthday, and the airline marked its centenary by celebrating with customers. Alex Cruz, British Airways’ chairman and CEO, said: "They've had a fabulous year so far, marking the airline's centenary and thanking their customers for making them what they are today. They wouldn’t be here without their pioneering spirits and sense of adventure. He thanked all their costumers from that first customer who flew from Hounslow Heath to Paris on 25 August 1919 in a single-engine De Havilland DH4A to the millions who choose to fly with BA every year on more than 800 flights a day to 200 destinations around the globe.  

British Airways also established the Heritage Collection, an extensive document archive recording the formation, development, and operations of British Airways and its predecessor companies, as well as memorabilia and artifacts. More than 130 uniforms from the 1930s to the present day are preserved, as is a large collection of aircraft models and pictures.

It is a founding member of the Oneworld airline alliance, along with American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, and the now-defunct Canadian Airlines. The alliance has since grown to become the third-largest, after SkyTeam and Star Alliance.


British Airways, as part of International Airlines Group, is one of the world's leading global premium airlines and the largest international carrier in the UK. The carrier has its home base at London Heathrow, the world's busiest international airport, and flies to more than 200 destinations in 80 countries. The airline carries more than 40 million customers a year and serves those customers 35 million cups of tea, 36.5 million meals, and 3.7 million bottles of wine. British Airways currently has approximately 35,000 employees, including 15,000 cabin crew, 3,600 pilots, and 5,500 engineers. The airline also offers opportunities for graduates and has more than 150 places for apprentices every year. 

Frequent Flyer Program

Avios are British Airways' collect and spend frequent traveler miles. When you fly, vacation, stay in a hotel, or rent a car with us or one of our many partners, you earn Avios. Spend your Avios on flights, hotels, car hire and other travel rewards. Get exclusive deals and insider hacks with The Club magazine (UK only). The more you fly the more benefits you enjoy. Share accounts with family and friends to earn rewards faster.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

According to British Airways’ cancellation policy, you are entitled to a full refund of your fare if:

  • You can cancel a ticket within 24 hours of purchasing it, as long as your travel date is at least 7 days later.
  • British Airways cancels your flight.
  • British Airways changes your flight schedule significantly, and it doesn’t suit you. 
  • British Airways delays your flight by 5 hours or more. 
  • British Airways reschedules a flight that does not stop at your destination. 
  • British Airways causes you to miss a connecting flight you were booked on.
  • British Airways refuses to carry you for no fault of yours.

British Airways’ 24-hour cancellation policy allows you to cancel your flight booking within 24 hours of purchase and receive a full refund if: 

  • You booked your flight directly with British Airways.
  • Your travel date (at the time of booking) is at least 1 week later.