BA cuts flights to Italy, South Korea, Singapore

British Airways (BA) will be cancelling some flights to and from Italy, Singapore and South Korea, due to weakened traffic demand to those areas amid the Covid-19 crisis.

The UK flag carrier will cancel 56 roundtrip flights from London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports to Italian destinations including Milan, Bologna, Venice and Turin between March 14 and March 28.

British Airways cuts flights to and from Italy, Singapore and South Korea as Covid-19 outbreak hits demand

Daily flights from Heathrow to Seoul will be changed to alternate days, and BA will also be cancelling six roundtrip flights from Heathrow to Singapore every other day from March 15, leaving just one flight daily.

Affected customers will have the option of rebooking onto other carriers where possible, full refunds or travel postponement.

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