British Airways (BA) has announced changes to its winter 2012 route network as it continues to integrate British Midland International (bmi) (ATW Daily News, April 23). A BA spokesman said it is assessing which parts of the former bmi network are viable. For example, services to the Jordanian and Ethiopian capitals of Amman and Addis Ababa were dropped due to poor performance. Other routes were dropped to release slots that could be put to better use on the BA network, the spokesman ...

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