I see that BA have ceased publishing a PDF timetable on their website. (Interestingly OneWorld partner CX have restarted publishing - I picked one up at HKG last week.) I could get details from the OAG but does anyone know if there are details anywhere on the web (some enthusiasts site - they have their uses) which I could download?
I used to have the BA Desktop timetable application on my laptop, but I noticed recently that it was no longer updating. A quick visit to ba.com revealed that it was discontinued. However, there was a link to the Oneworld timetables, which lands you here: oneworld - Downloadable Timetables
You can get a PDF copy of the timetables, but there are also downloadable tools for various types of hardware. I downloaded the desktop version and it is almost exactly like the old BA Desktop Timetable! Especially if you set the filter fo BA flights only...
I travel through San Juan a lot, and we are hearing rumours here that Virgin will fly LGW-SJU weekly from late 2009, really hoping so, that way can avoid Antigua and LIAT! BA used to fly LGW-SJU, it was an old Caledonian route but stopped quite a few years ago.
Malaga John- would love to find this nice airport shopping, transit SJU at least twice monthly and am yet to find it! Next trip is on Sunday on way to YYZ, will look for it again. The airport hotel has improved recently, missed a connection and used it last week,expensive but much improved. If anyone uses it ask for a room on floors 5 or 6, they are same price and are classed as executive rooms, much nicer than other floors.
The Duty Free shops, ok they do look a lot smarter, do not bother with them as liquor etc is much cheaper here in our supermarkets. The shops are better in the section of the terminal used by Continental, Us Airways etc, 90% of the time i am using American and their section of the terminal could do with a face lift and some better eating establishments. They do seem to have improved the area where Eagle now board now they are not using the gate 1 lounge but it is all fast food, they need a restaurant.