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British Airways stops sales new Tickets for short haul flights from Heathrow | UK News

British Airways suspends sale of short haul flights from Heathrow for at least a week.

decision stop new orders on domestic and European shipments up to and including Monday must comply with with Heathrow cap on number of passengers, the airline confirmed.

In a statement by B.A. says: “How result of Heathrow asks to limit new orders, we decided to take responsible actions and limit available tariffs on some Heathrow services for help maximize rebooking options for existing customers, taking into account the introduced restrictions on us and ongoing challenges facing throughout the aviation industry.

Unprecedented move will result in thousands of places removed from sale and potentially increase demand and raise prices with competing firms.

Dozens of thousands of there are flights already were canceled this summer as the industry struggles to deal with with in demand for air business trips due to lack of staff.

Heathrow announced last month, no more Until September 11, more than 100,000 passengers are allowed to depart daily.

BA has previously reacted to the Heathrow cap on the number of passengers announcing the cancellation 10,300 flights until October, with one millions of passengers were affected.

Suspension of BA’s short-haul flights from Heathrow operate after many passengers flying to and from the UK’s busiest airport were severely affected. in recent months, with long security lines and luggage system breakdowns.

Middle East airline Emirates rejects Heathrow order cancel flights to comply with his cap.

The airline blamed the airport of demonstrating “blatant disregard for consumers”, trying force it is “to deprive dozens of places of thousands of travelers” through the header.

A spokesperson for Heathrow said at the time that it would be “disappointing” if “any airline want put profit first of safe and secure passenger travel.”

Virgin Atlantic also criticized the actions of the airport and stated that it responsible for failures that promote chaos.

Meanwhile, on On July 21 the airlines were charged of “harmful practices” in their treatment of passengers affected by the breakdown.

The Competition and Markets Authority and the Civil Aviation Authority sent a joint letter to carriers expressing concern that “consumers may experience significant damage if airlines fail to meet their obligations.”

The letter said: “We concerned that some airlines may not do their best to avoid attraction in one or more harmful practices.”

These include sales more Tickets for flights “than they can reasonably expect” are not always “fully fulfilling obligations” on flight offerings on alternative airlines to passengers affected by the cancellation and unable to give consumers “enough clear and in advance information about their rights.”

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