In Europe, flights will resume to the holiday destinations of Bari, Bastia, Bodrum, Bordeaux, Catania, Figari, Frankfurt, Genoa, Kefalonia, Lyon, Luxembourg, Malta, Paphos and Pula, while further afield Antigua, Islamabad and Nairobi join the long-haul line-up.
The airline has flights currently on sale from £31 each way to Europe and it says customers whose flights were affected over recent months and who claimed a voucher can use it towards the flights.
Alternatively, British Airways says Avios can also be used towards Reward flights, upgrades, hotels and car rental, and when using Avios part payment, customers can pick from a range of savings by destination and cabin and they still collect Avios and Tier Points on their booking.
Alex Cruz, British Airways’ chairman and CEO, said: “We’re gradually returning to more of our network and will be flying to some great holiday destinations over the summer with seats from as little as £31 each way.
“We know people want to be able to book with confidence, so we’ve introduced a range of flexible booking options to set their minds at rest, such as being able to change a booking free of charge or cancel and receive a voucher for travel at a later date,” he said.
Cruz said safety is at the heart of British Airways’ business and the airline has introduced a range of measures, which it requires customers and crew abide by.