It's great to hear that 14 of the 21 767's operated by BA will be receiving a longhaul interior refit. Details on exactly which if the airframes will be refitted is sketchy, but it does seem that by 2013 the shorthaul "disco" fleet will be going the way of all flesh (and not before time). What is less clear is what will be done with these 767s. There are rumours that some may head to Gatwick, where a subfleet could be used to operate to Caribbean destinations (Nassau, Grand Cayman and Turks & Caicos Islands already have 767 services from LHR) as well as opening up new routes such as Fort Lauderdale and Havana. I suppose the 767 is a useful stopgap before the delivery of the 787 for such long and thin routes, but it would seem sensible for BA to add winglets to its fleet if it intends keeping them for such work over an extended period. Any other route rumours for Gatwick?