British Airways is axing flights on three key long haul routes for the summer as it continues to ground dozens of holiday flights daily.
It has cancelled flights to Miami, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
BA said it will reinstate them in September.
Miami flights will be halves from two to one flight a day from June until early September. BA said the slack will be picked up by partner American Airlines. Miami is a highly popular leisure destination for UK holidaymakers.
Demand for Hong Kong flights remains due to HK’s strict entry restrictions. Hong Kong flight resumption had already been pushed back to May 29.
London to Tokyo flights are suspended for the summer 2022 season.
BA cancelled over 100 short haul flights on Wednesday as its struggles with short staffing continue.