The summer 2014 schedule, which starts from March 30, 2014, will see a number of increases in long-haul flying to a variety of destinations.
Flights to Seoul in South Korea, where the airline started flying to in December 2012, will increase from six services a week to daily

BA is also significantly increasing flights to Accra in Ghana. From the start of the Winter 2013 season, an additional three flights a week are being added, bringing the total number of weekly services up to 10. From Summer 2014, a larger four-cabin Boeing 747 aircraft will replace one of the current Boeing 777s currently on the route.

The airline is set to increase connections from summer 2014 between London and Tel Aviv when it introduces a daily wide-bodied four-cabin Boeing 777-200 to the route, replacing one of the Airbus A321 aircraft. The 777 offers four cabins: First, Club World (business class), World Traveller Plus (premium economy) and World Traveller (economy). The flights will also switch from Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 when they arrive at Heathrow.

Premium customers will also, for the first time, be able to fly in the airline’s First cabin between London and Jeddah when a four-cabin 777 replaces the existing three-cabin 767 service.
Seattle flights will also increase from ten to 11 flights a week from summer 2014.

Customers to Entebbe will be able to take advantage of much-improved flight times and an increase in services from three to four flights a week.

These changes to Heathrow flights are in addition to the recent announcement about the airline’s long-haul schedule from Gatwick which will see an increase from ten to 13 flights a week to Orlando, six to seven flights a week to St Lucia, twice to three times a week to Punta Cana, five to six a week to Antigua and three to four a week to Kingston thanks to the addition of another 777 to the Gatwick fleet.