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Has anyone heard any rumors about what British Airways has planned for Nashville in the mid-term? Specifically, when are the 7-day-a-week flights going to start?!

I want to be able to fly home non-stop any day of the week, dang it! BEND TO MY WILL, BA!

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4 hours ago, Nathan_in_the_UK said:

Has anyone heard any rumors about what British Airways has planned for Nashville in the mid-term? Specifically, when are the 7-day-a-week flights going to start?!

I want to be able to fly home non-stop any day of the week, dang it! BEND TO MY WILL, BA!

I think  787-9 will return at March 29 2020. 

Landing at BNA about 6pm. 

Departure about 8:30pm to LHR. :whistling:

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British Airways has been using a combination of 787-8 and 787-9 aircraft over the winter period. The aircraft used depends largely on passenger loads and specific days of the week. The 787-9 is scheduled to return to daily nonstop service again this spring.  It will be replaced by the  larger 787-10 in September. 

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British Airways 17MAR20 – 16APR20 US Inventory update as of 0600GMT 15MAR20

By Jim Liu

Posted15 March 2020 06:45

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British Airways in the last 12 hours filed inventory changes for service to the US, as the US expands travel restrictions to the UK and Ireland, starting Tuesday 17MAR20. Following routes is closed for reservation, as of 0600GMT 15MAR20.

London Gatwick – Las Vegas 17MAR20 – 16APR20 3-6 weekly 
London Gatwick – Orlando 17MAR20 – 16APR20 7-14 weekly 
London Gatwick – Tampa 17MAR20 – 16APR20 6 weekly 
London Heathrow – Austin 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
London Heathrow – Baltimore/Washington 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
London Heathrow – Chicago O’Hare 17MAR20 – 16APR20 2 daily 
London Heathrow – Denver 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
London Heathrow – Houston 17MAR20 – 16APR20 12-14 weekly
London Heathrow – Las Vegas 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
:shades:London Heathrow – Nashville 17MAR20 – 16APR20 5-7 weekly 
London Heathrow – New Orleans 17MAR20 – 16APR20 5-6 weekly 
London Heathrow – Philadelphia 17MAR20 – 16APR20 10-12 weekly 
London Heathrow – Phoenix 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
London Heathrow – Pittsburgh 17MAR20 – 16APR20 4 weekly 
London Heathrow – San Diego 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 
London Heathrow – San Jose CA 17MAR20 – 16APR20 1 daily 

For the moment, BA service to following cities remain open for reservation, however there may be frequency adjustment: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK, Newark, Seattle and Washington Dulles.

The airline’s seasonal London Heathrow – Charleston SC service currently still accepts reservation for the period 29MAR20 – 16APR20. Further changes remain possible.

 

 

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Apparently an upgauge in aircraft is justified for BNA given the first class is selling so well, and of course it's good on cargo as well. 

Once we're out of this massive slump from the COVID-19 issues, I expect healthy and more manageable growth from the airport.

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Check out. :whistling:

https://crankyflier.com/2020/04/20/a-closer-look-at-deltas-may-schedule/

https://fox17.com/news/local/traveling-during-covid-19-what-you-need-to-know 

Flights

While many flights are being canceled, BNA says it's more important than ever to check with your specific airline for the most updated information. 

A handful of airlines have temporarily suspended flights at BNA, including: WestJet, Air Canada, Viva Aerobus, British Airways and Spirit. The Delta Air Lines SkyClub and American Airlines Admirals Club are also shut down.

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