British Airways is today announcing further changes to its winter schedule including increasing the number of flights to Warsaw and Istanbul.
From October 25, the airline will move from two to three flights a day from Heathrow to Warsaw and Istanbul.
Richard Tams, head of UK & Ireland sales for British Airways, said: "We're pleased to be offering increased frequencies to these European destinations. It's in response to demand and the additional flights to Warsaw have been timed to make it easier for our customers to connect to our longhaul operation."
The airline will also be increasing the number of flights from Heathrow to Rome from five to six a day, but reducing the Gatwick to Rome flights from two to one a day.
Reductions from Heathrow include: Brussels from seven to six flights a day; Paris (Charles de Gaulle) from ten to nine, Nice and Berlin from six to five and Edinburgh from 11 to ten.
These changes are in addition to those announced last week which included additional services from Gatwick to Bermuda (from five to six a week), Barbados (from nine to ten a week) and St Lucia and Port of Spain (from three to five a week), plus flights from Heathrow to Barcelona increasing from five to seven a day and Prague from three to four a day