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British Airways cancels two flights due to security concerns.

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British Airways has again cancelled a much-disrupted flight to Washington, D.C., over security fears.

The airline has revealed that flight 223 from London's Heathrow Airport to Washington's Dulles Airport will not fly on Sunday (15 February), while flight 263 from London to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia scheduled for Monday (16 February) has also been cancelled.

The airline has taken the decision to cancel the two flights following government advice, reported The Associated Press.

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