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British Airways is one of few carriers serving destinations across all six inhabited continents. Following is a list of destinations the airline flies to, as of March 2017; terminated destinations are also listed. The list does not include cities served solely by affiliated regional carriers, and some terminated destinations may now be served either via franchise or through codeshare agreements with other carriers. Each destination is provided with the name of the country served, the name of the airport served, and both the International Air Transport Association (IATA) three-letter designator (IATA airport code) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) four-letter designator (ICAO airport code).


[Hub] Hub
[F] Future destination
[S] Seasonal
[T] Terminated destination
City Country Airport Refs
Aarhus Denmark Aarhus Airport [T] [1]
Aberdeen United Kingdom (Scotland) Aberdeen Airport
Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire Port Bouet Airport [T] [2]:99
Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi International Airport
Abuja Nigeria Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
Accra Ghana Kotoka International Airport
Addis Ababa Ethiopia Addis Ababa Bole International Airport [T] [3]
Adelaide Australia (South Australia) Adelaide Airport [T] [4]:60
Agadir Morocco Agadir–Al Massira Airport [T] [5][6][7]
Alexandria Egypt El Nouzha Airport [T] [1]
Algiers Algeria Houari Boumediene Airport
Alicante Spain (Valencian Community) Alicante–Elche Airport [8][9]
Almaty Kazakhstan Almaty International Airport [T] [10]
Amman Jordan Queen Alia International Airport [11]
Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Ankara Turkey (Ankara Province) Esenboğa International Airport [T] [12]
Annecy France Annecy – Haute-Savoie – Mont Blanc Airport [T] [4]:60
Antigua Antigua and Barbuda V. C. Bird International Airport
Antwerp Belgium Antwerp International Airport [T] [1]
Ashgabat Turkmenistan Ashgabat International Airport [T] [4]:60
Athens Greece Athens International Airport
Atlanta United States (Georgia) Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport ^ [13]
Auckland New Zealand Auckland Airport [T] [14]
Austin United States (Texas) Austin-Bergstrom International Airport [15]
Baghdad Iraq Baghdad International Airport [T] [12]
Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain International Airport ^ [13]
Baku Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev International Airport [T] [9][16]
Baltimore United States (Maryland) Baltimore–Washington International Airport [17]
Bangalore India (Karnataka) Kempegowda International Airport
Bangkok Thailand Suvarnabhumi Airport
Barbados Barbados Grantley Adams International Airport
Barcelona Spain (Catalonia) Barcelona–El Prat Airport
Bari Italy (Apulia) Bari Karol Wojtyła Airport [S]
Barra United Kingdom (Scotland) Barra Airport [T] [1]
Basel Switzerland EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg
Mulhouse France
Freiburg Germany
Beijing China Beijing Capital International Airport
Beirut Lebanon Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport [11]
Belfast United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) Belfast International Airport [T] [1]
Belfast United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) George Best Belfast City Airport
Belgrade Serbia Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport [T] [1]
Benbecula United Kingdom (Scotland) Benbecula Airport [T] [1]
Resumes 1 September
Italy (Lombardy) Orio al Serio International Airport [18][19]
Bergen Norway Bergen Airport [5][6][20]
Berlin Germany Berlin Tegel Airport
Bermuda Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport
Bern Switzerland (Canton of Bern) Bern Airport [T] [2]:99
Biarritz France Biarritz Pays Basque Airport [T] [21]
Bilbao Spain (Basque Country) Bilbao Airport [22]
Billund Denmark Billund Airport [23]
Birmingham United Kingdom (England) Birmingham Airport [1][24]
Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Manas International Airport [T] [1]
Blackpool United Kingdom (England) Blackpool International Airport [T] [4]:60
Bodrum Turkey (Muğla Province Milas–Bodrum Airport [S] [25]
Bogotá Colombia El Dorado International Airport [T] [4]:60
Bologna Italy (Emilia-Romagna) Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport
Bordeaux France Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport
Boston United States (Massachusetts) Logan International Airport
Bournemouth United Kingdom (England) Bournemouth Airport [T] [2]:99
Bratislava Slovakia Bratislava Airport [T] [4]:60
Bremen Germany Bremen Airport [T] [1]
Brindisi Italy (Apulia) Brindisi Airport [S] [26]
Brisbane Australia (Queensland) Brisbane Airport [T] [1]
Bristol United Kingdom (England) Bristol Airport [T] [1]
Brussels Belgium Brussels Airport
Bucharest Romania Henri Coandă International Airport
Budapest Hungary Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
Buenos Aires Argentina Ministro Pistarini International Airport
Cagliari Italy (Sardinia) Cagliari Elmas Airport [S]
Cairo Egypt Cairo International Airport
Calgary Canada (Alberta) Calgary International Airport [S] [27]
Campbeltown United Kingdom (Scotland) Campbeltown Airport [T] [1]
Cancún Mexico (Quintana Roo) Cancún International Airport
Cape Town South Africa Cape Town International Airport
Caracas Venezuela Simón Bolívar International Airport [T] [1]
Cardiff United Kingdom (Wales) Cardiff Airport [T] [1]
Casablanca Morocco Mohammed V International Airport [T] [28]
Catania Italy (Sicily) Catania–Fontanarossa Airport
Chambéry France Chambéry Airport [S]
Chania Greece Chania International Airport [S] [29]
begins 4 April 2019
United States (South Carolina) Charleston International Airport [30]
Charlotte United States (North Carolina) Charlotte Douglas International Airport [T] [1]
Chengdu China (Sichuan) Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport [T] [31]
Chennai India (Tamil Nadu) Chennai International Airport ^ [13]
Chicago United States (Illinois) O'Hare International Airport ^ [13]
Christchurch New Zealand Christchurch International Airport [T] [32]
Cologne Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia) Cologne Bonn Airport [33]
Colombo Sri Lanka Bandaranaike International Airport [T] [34][35]
Copenhagen Denmark Copenhagen Airport
Cork Ireland Cork Airport [T] [1]
Dalaman Turkey (Muğla Province) Dalaman Airport [S] [36]
Dallas United States (Texas) Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Damascus Syria Damascus International Airport [T] [1]
Resumes 1 December 2019
Saudi Arabia King Fahd International Airport [13][37]
Dar es Salaam Tanzania Julius Nyerere International Airport [T] [38]
Delhi India Indira Gandhi International Airport ^ [13]
Denver United States (Colorado) Denver International Airport
Derry[a] United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) Londonderry Airport [T] [1]
Detroit United States (Michigan) Detroit Metropolitan Airport [T] [1]
Dhahran Saudi Arabia Dhahran International Airport [T] [1]
Dhaka Bangladesh Shahjalal International Airport [T] [13]
Doha Qatar Doha International Airport [39]
Doha Qatar Hamad International Airport [40]
Dresden Germany (Saxony) Dresden Airport [T] [4]:60
Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai International Airport ^ [13]
Dublin Ireland Dublin Airport [41]
Dubrovnik Croatia Dubrovnik Airport
Durban South Africa Durban International Airport [T] [4]:60
Durban South Africa King Shaka International Airport [42]
Düsseldorf Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia) Düsseldorf Airport
East Midlands United Kingdom (England) East Midlands Airport [T] [4]:60
Eday United Kingdom (Scotland) Eday Airport [T] [4]:60
Edinburgh United Kingdom (Scotland) Edinburgh Airport
Eindhoven Netherlands Eindhoven Airport [T] [4]:60
Entebbe Uganda Entebbe International Airport [T] [10]
Exeter United Kingdom (England) Exeter International Airport [T] [2]:99
Fair Isle United Kingdom (Scotland) Fair Isle Airport [T] [1]
Faro Portugal Faro Airport
Figari France (Corsica) Figari–Sud Corse Airport [43]
Frankfurt Germany (Hesse) Frankfurt Airport ^ [13]
Fort Lauderdale United States (Florida) Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport [44]
Freetown Sierra Leone Lungi International Airport [T] [45]
Friedrichshafen Germany (Baden-Württemberg) Friedrichshafen Airport [S] [4]:60[46]
Funchal Portugal Madeira Airport [1][47]
Gaborone Botswana Sir Seretse Khama International Airport [T] [1]
Geilo Norway Fagernes Airport [T] [1]
Geneva Switzerland (Canton of Geneva) Geneva Airport
Genoa Italy (Liguria) Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport
Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar International Airport
Glasgow United Kingdom (Scotland) Glasgow Airport
Gothenburg Sweden Göteborg Landvetter Airport
Grand Cayman Cayman Islands Owen Roberts International Airport
Grenoble France Alpes–Isère Airport [S] [46]
Guadalajara Mexico (Jalisco) Guadalajara International Airport [T] [citation needed]
Guernsey Guernsey Guernsey Airport [T] [1]
Hamburg Germany Hamburg Airport
Hanover Germany (Lower Saxony) Hannover Airport [5][6]
Harare Zimbabwe Harare International Airport [T] [1]
Hassi Messaoud Algeria Oued Irara–Krim Belkacem Airport [T] [48][49]
Haugesund Norway Haugesund Airport [T] [4]:60
Havana Cuba José Martí International Airport [T] [3]
Helsingborg Sweden Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport [T] [4]:60
Helsinki Finland Helsinki Airport
Hoedspruit South Africa Eastgate Airport [T] [1]
Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport ^ [13]
Houston United States (Texas) George Bush Intercontinental Airport ^ [13]
Hyderabad India (Telangana) Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
Ibiza Spain (Balearic Islands) Ibiza Airport [S]
Innsbruck Austria Innsbruck Airport [S]
Inverness United Kingdom (Scotland) Inverness Airport [50]
resumes 2 June 2019
Pakistan Islamabad International Airport [1][51]
Islay United Kingdom (Scotland) Islay Airport [T] [1]
Istanbul Turkey (Istanbul Province) Istanbul Atatürk Airport
Jakarta Indonesia Soekarno–Hatta International Airport [T] [1]
Jeddah Saudi Arabia King Abdulaziz International Airport
Jerez de la Frontera Spain (Andalusia) Jerez Airport [T] [1]
Jersey Jersey Jersey Airport
Johannesburg South Africa O. R. Tambo International Airport ^ [13]
Kalamata Greece Kalamata International Airport [S] [29]
Karachi Pakistan (Sindh) Jinnah International Airport [T] [52]
Kano Nigeria Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport [T] [1]
Kefalonia Greece Kefalonia International Airport [S] [53]
Kelowna Canada (British Columbia) Kelowna International Airport [T] [4]:60
Khartoum Sudan Khartoum International Airport [T] [12]
Kiev Ukraine Boryspil International Airport
Kingston Jamaica Norman Manley International Airport
Kirkwall United Kingdom (Scotland) Kirkwall Airport [T] [1]
Kolkata India (West Bengal) Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport [T] [1]
Kraków Poland Kraków John Paul II International Airport [54]
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Kuala Lumpur International Airport [55]
Kuwait City Kuwait Kuwait International Airport
Lagos Nigeria Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Lanzarote Spain (Canary Islands) Lanzarote Airport [56][57]
Larnaca Cyprus Larnaca International Airport
Las Palmas Spain (Canary Islands) Gran Canaria Airport [S] [58]
Las Vegas United States (Nevada) McCarran International Airport
Leeds United Kingdom (England) Leeds Bradford International Airport [59]
Leipzig Germany (Saxony) Leipzig/Halle Airport [T] [1]
Lilongwe Malawi Lilongwe International Airport [T] [1][3]
Lima Peru Jorge Chávez International Airport [S] [60][61]
Limoges France Limoges – Bellegarde Airport [62]
Linz Austria Linz Airport [T] [4]:60
Lisbon Portugal Lisbon Airport
Liverpool United Kingdom (England) Liverpool John Lennon Airport [T] [1]
Ljubljana Slovenia Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport [T] [4]:60
London United Kingdom (England) Gatwick Airport [Hub]
London United Kingdom (England) London City Airport
London United Kingdom (England) Heathrow Airport [Primary Hub]
London United Kingdom (England) London Luton Airport [T] [1]
London United Kingdom (England) London Stansted Airport [T] [13]
Los Angeles United States (California) Los Angeles International Airport
Luanda Angola Quatro de Fevereiro Airport [T] [63]
Lugano Switzerland (Canton of Ticino) Lugano Airport [T] [4]:60
Lusaka Zambia Lusaka International Airport [T] [64][65]
Luxembourg City Luxembourg Luxembourg Airport
Luxor Egypt Luxor International Airport [T] [12]
Lyon France Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport
Madrid Spain (Community of Madrid) Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport ^ [13]
Mahé Seychelles Seychelles International Airport [66]
Mahébourg Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
Málaga Spain (Andalusia) Málaga Airport
Malé Maldives Velana International Airport [S]
Malmö Sweden Malmö Airport [T] [4]:60
Malta Malta Malta International Airport [67]
Manchester United Kingdom (England) Manchester Airport
Manila Philippines Ninoy Aquino International Airport [T] [3][68]
Manzini Swaziland Matsapha Airport [T] [1]
Marrakech Morocco Marrakesh Menara Airport
Marseille France Marseille Provence Airport
Melbourne Australia (Victoria) Melbourne Airport [T] [1]
Menorca Spain (Balearic Islands) Menorca Airport [S] [69]
Mexico City Mexico Mexico City International Airport
Miami United States (Florida) Miami International Airport
Milan Italy (Lombardy) Linate Airport
Milan Italy (Lombardy) Milan–Malpensa Airport
Minsk Belarus Minsk National Airport [T] [4]:60
Suspended indefinitely
Liberia Roberts International Airport [T] [45]
Montego Bay Jamaica Sangster International Airport [T] [1]
Montpellier France Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport [S] [26]
Montreal Canada (Quebec) Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Moscow Russia Domodedovo International Airport [70]
Moscow Russia Sheremetyevo International Airport [F] [70][71]
Mumbai India (Maharashtra) Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport ^ [13]
Munich Germany (Bavaria) Munich Airport
Münster Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia) Münster Osnabrück International Airport [T] [4]:60
Murcia Spain (Region of Murcia) Murcia–San Javier Airport [1][26]
Muscat Oman Muscat International Airport
Mykonos Greece Mykonos Airport [S] [72]
Nagoya Japan (Aichi Prefecture) Nagoya Komaki Airport [T] [1]
Nairobi Kenya Jomo Kenyatta International Airport ^ [13]
Nantes France Nantes Atlantique Airport [26]
Naples Italy (Campania) Naples International Airport
Nashville United States (Tennessee) Nashville International Airport [73]
Nassau Bahamas Lynden Pindling International Airport
New Orleans United States (Louisiana) Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport [74][75]
New York City United States (New York) John F. Kennedy International Airport
Newark United States (New Jersey) Newark Liberty International Airport
Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom (England) Newcastle Airport
Newquay United Kingdom (England) Newquay Cornwall Airport [T] [1]
Nice France Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
Norrköping Sweden Norrköping Airport [T] [4]:60
North Ronaldsay United Kingdom (Scotland) North Ronaldsay Airport [T] [1]
Norwich United Kingdom (England) Norwich International Airport [T] [4]:60
Nuremberg Germany (Bavaria) Nuremberg Airport [T] [4]:60
Oakland United States (California) Oakland International Airport [T] [76][77]
Orlando United States (Florida) Orlando International Airport
resumes 31 March 2019
Japan (Osaka Prefecture) Kansai International Airport [1][78]
Oslo Norway Oslo Fornebu Airport [T] [1]
Oslo Norway Oslo Gardermoen Airport
Ostend Belgium Ostend–Bruges International Airport [T] [4][79]:60
Palermo Italy (Sicily) Falcone Borsellino Airport [S] [69]
Palma de Mallorca Spain (Canary Islands) Palma de Mallorca Airport
Papa Westray United Kingdom (Scotland) Papa Westray Airport [T] [1]
Paphos Cyprus Paphos International Airport [S]
Paris France Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris France Orly Airport [80]
Perth Australia (Western Australia) Perth Airport [T] [1]
Philadelphia United States (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia International Airport
Phoenix United States (Arizona) Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Pisa Italy (Tuscany) Pisa International Airport
resumes 2 April 2019
United States (Pennsylvania) Pittsburgh International Airport [1][81]
Plymouth United Kingdom (England) Plymouth City Airport [T] [1]
Port Elizabeth South Africa Port Elizabeth Airport [T] [1]
Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago Piarco International Airport
Porto Portugal Porto Airport [67]
Porto Santo Portugal Porto Santo Airport [T] [1]
Prague Czech Republic Václav Havel Airport Prague
Pristina Kosovo Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari [T] [82]
Providenciales Turks and Caicos Islands Providenciales International Airport
Pula Croatia Pula Airport [S] [26]
Punta Cana Dominican Republic Punta Cana International Airport
Reykjavík Iceland Keflavík International Airport [83]
Richards Bay South Africa Richards Bay Airport [T] [1]
Riga Latvia Riga International Airport [T] [1]
Rio de Janeiro Brazil Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport
Riyadh Saudi Arabia King Khalid International Airport
Rome Italy (Lazio) Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam The Hague Airport [84]
Saarbrücken Germany (Saarland) Saarbrücken Airport [T] [4]:60
Saint Kitts Saint Kitts and Nevis Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport
Saint Petersburg Russia Pulkovo Airport
Salzburg Austria Salzburg Airport
San Diego United States (California) San Diego International Airport
San Francisco United States (California) San Francisco International Airport
San Jose United States (California) San Jose International Airport [85]
San José Costa Rica Juan Santamaría International Airport [4]:60[86]
San Juan Puerto Rico Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport [T] [87][88]
Sanday United Kingdom (Scotland) Sanday Airport [T] [1]
Santiago Chile Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport [1][89]
Santorini Greece Santorini (Thira) International Airport [S] [72]
Seattle United States (Washington) Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
Seoul South Korea Gimpo International Airport [T][nb 1] [1]
Seoul South Korea Incheon International Airport [91][92][93]
Shanghai China Shanghai Pudong International Airport ^ [13]
Shannon Ireland Shannon Airport [T] [1]
Sharm El Sheikh Egypt Sharm El Sheikh International Airport [T] [94]
Shetland Islands United Kingdom (Scotland) Sumburgh Airport [T] [1]
Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport
Skopje Macedonia Skopje International Airport [T] [2]:99
Sofia Bulgaria Sofia Airport
Southampton United Kingdom (England) Southampton Airport [T] [1]
St. George Grenada Maurice Bishop International Airport
Stavanger Norway Stavanger Airport [5][6][20]
Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Bromma Airport [T] [1]
Stornoway United Kingdom (Scotland) Stornoway Airport [T] [1]
Stronsay United Kingdom (Scotland) Stronsay Airport [T] [1]
Stuttgart Germany (Baden-Württemberg) Stuttgart Airport
Sydney Australia (New South Wales) Sydney Airport
São Paulo Brazil São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport
Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport [T] [1]
Ends 29 March 2019
Estonia Tallinn Airport [95]
Tampa United States (Florida) Tampa International Airport
Tampere Finland Tampere–Pirkkala Airport [T] [4]:60
Tangier Morocco Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport [T] [1]
Tashkent Uzbekistan Tashkent International Airport [T] [4]:60
Tbilisi Georgia Tbilisi International Airport [T] [96][97]
Teesside United Kingdom (England) Durham Tees Valley Airport [T] [4]:60
Tehran Iran Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport [T] [98][99]
Tel Aviv Israel Ben Gurion Airport
Tenerife Spain (Canary Islands) Tenerife South Airport
Thessaloniki Greece Thessaloniki International Airport [S]
Thisted Denmark Thisted Airport [T] [4]:60
Tirana Albania Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza
Tiree United Kingdom (Scotland) Tiree Airport [T] [1]
Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson International Airport
Tokyo Japan Haneda Airport
Tokyo Japan (Chiba Prefecture) Narita International Airport
Toronto Canada (Ontario) Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toulouse France Toulouse–Blagnac Airport
Tripoli Libya Tripoli International Airport [T] [100]
Tunis Tunisia Tunis–Carthage International Airport
Turin Italy (Piedmont) Turin Airport
Turku Finland Turku Airport [T] [4]:60
Vaasa Finland Vaasa Airport [T] [4]:60
Valencia Spain (Valencian Community) Valencia Airport [101]
Vancouver Canada (British Columbia) Vancouver International Airport
Venice Italy (Veneto) Venice Marco Polo Airport
Verona Italy (Veneto) Verona Airport
Victoria Falls Zimbabwe Victoria Falls Airport [T] [1]
Vienna Austria Vienna International Airport
Vieux-Fort Saint Lucia Hewanorra International Airport
Vilnius Lithuania Vilnius International Airport [T] [4]:60
Warsaw Poland Warsaw Chopin Airport
Washington, D.C. United States (Virginia) Washington Dulles International Airport
Waterford Ireland Waterford Airport [T] [4]:60
Westray United Kingdom (Scotland) Westray Airport [T] [1]
Wick United Kingdom (Scotland) Wick Airport [T] [1]
Windhoek Namibia Hosea Kutako International Airport [T] [1]
Yerevan Armenia Zvartnots International Airport [T] [4]:60
Zagreb Croatia Zagreb Airport [84]
Zakynthos Greece Zakynthos International Airport [S] [26]
Zaragoza Spain (Aragon) Zaragoza Airport [T] [13]
Zurich Switzerland (Canton of Zürich) Zurich Airport

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]


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