Flights to Nice are operating as normal from Heathrow Airport , following the suspected terror attack in France late on Thursday (July 14) night.
British Airways which operates a number of flights from the west London airport is however offering passengers a flexible rebooking policy.
The airline is allowing people due to travel to and from Nice between Friday (July 15) and Sunday (July 17), the opportunity to change their travel date.
The other option on offer is to rebook their flight to another European destination.
For customers already in Nice, BA urges them to get in touch if they want to make a change to their booking.
A BA spokesperson said: “Following the tragic events in Nice we are contacting customers to give our support and offer to change their flight if they wish.
“We'd encourage customers in Nice to get in touch with us if they want to make a change to their booking and we will do everything we can to help.
“For customers booked to travel to Nice in the next few days we are offering to change their booking to an alternative date or destination.
“We'll continue to be as flexible as possible to help our customers. Our deepest sympathies are with the loved ones of the victims.”
A Heathrow spokesperson added: “Our thoughts are with the French people following the tragic events in Nice.
“We take the safety and security of our passengers and colleagues very seriously at Heathrow, and remain vigilant.”
Last week, BA had to deal with its second IT glitch in a month which led to long queues at Heathrow.
Visit British Airways website for more information.