British Airways owner, IAG, is cutting more flights over the next three months as it adjusts to the continuing collapse in demand for air travel.
IAG, which also runs Aer Lingus and Iberia, said quarantine restrictions meant capacity this autumn would be 60% below 2019 levels.
The group said it had seen a delayed recovery and did not expect business to return to 2019 levels until 2023.
IAG also said British Airways had reached the outline of a jobs agreement with the union representing workers.
Unite, has been in a bitter dispute with the airline over redundancies and pay cuts.