Heathrow, which is BA’s main hub, has struggled to cope with rising passenger numbers and issues with its baggage handling systems have caused long delays in returning luggage.
“Customers booked for winter will be able to travel as planned and are being given several months’ notice of any changes,” the statement read.
The airline said it was expecting to operate an average of 290 round-trips per day from London Heathrow over the winter.
Last week, Heathrow chief commercial officer Ross Baker said: “Our primary concern is ensuring we give our passengers a reliable service when they travel. That’s why we introduced temporary capacity limits in July which have already improved journeys during the summer getaway.