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The airline British Airways wants to stroke around 10,000 short -haul flights from and to London Heathrow between October and March. By the end of October, a few dozen back and forth flights per day - a total of 629 - should be canceled, as the company announced.

Die Fluggesellschaft British Airways streicht rund 10.000 Flüge von und nach Heathrow. © Jonathan Brady/Pa Wire/dpa The airline British Airways strokes around 10,000 flights from and to Heathrow.

Some long -haul flights should also be omitted. This should give less failures and delays in winter. However,

wants to maintain its connections to popular holiday destinations during the school holidays in autumn. Most deletions should be announced well in advance, and travelers should usually be able to switch to other connections. The majority of the connections and passengers will not be affected by the changes, it said.

The largest British airport has introduced a maximum of 100,000 passengers a day due to an acute lack of personnel. This should actually expire in mid -September, but was recently extended until the end of October. British Airways had already painted almost 30,000 flights in summer.

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