British Airways currently has three types of Cabin Crew working from London Heathrow. All new Cabin Crew who joined the airline after 2010 are known as ‘Mixed Fleet’ crew. They have a different contract and never work with pre-2010 joiners.
The other crew types are Worldwide crew (who only operate long-haul flights) and Eurofleet crew – who, as the name suggests, only fly on domestic and European routes. Mixed Fleet cabin crew however, work on both European and long-haul routes.
Because the three crew types can’t mix, Mixed Fleet has its own route network – destinations that are solely operated by Mixed Fleet cabin crew. British Airways currently flies to a total of 183 destinations in 70 countries and across six continents. Mixed Fleet operate 76 of those routes.
The destinations do change occasionally and we’ve highlighted the routes that are likely to be swapped in the coming months. This is a full list of the BA Mixed Fleet destinations 2017. We’ll keep this page updated as changes happen.
British Airways Mixed Fleet European Destinations
BA Mixed Fleet Short-Haul Destinations:
- Copenhagen – From July 2017
- Dublin – From May 2017
- St Petersburg
British Airways Mixed Fleet Long-Haul Destinations
BA Mixed Fleet Long-Haul Destinations:
- Abu Dhabi
- Cape Town
- Doha – From June 2017
- Kuala Lumpur – From July 2017
- Las Vegas
- San Diego
- San Jose
- Tel Aviv
- Vancouver – From May 2017
To find out more about the Mixed Fleet contract and its pay and benefits check out this article: British Airways Cabin Crew Salary and Benefits 2017.