British Airways has scrapped three routes to the US just months after they re-started.
The airline apologised to customers for dropping the flights, but said it was operating ‘a reduced and dynamic schedule’ due to the pandemic.
The ditched routes are from London Heathrow to Nashville, Baltimore and New Orleans.
The services had only resumed at the end of 2021 after the US lifted its travel ban after almost two years.
BA said: “We apologise to customers whose travel plans are disrupted. Where a customer’s flight is cancelled, we always contact them to offer options including a full refund.”
All three flights are scheduled to resume for the summer season. Flights to New Orleans will return on 26 April, to Baltimore on 2 May 2 and to Nashville on 9 May 9, according to aviation website Simple Flying.