A list of flights from Britain and France canceled or disrupted for security reasons in recent months:
--Dec. 24, Air France announces it is canceling six trans-Atlantic flights because of U.S. security concerns. They include two flights from Paris to Los Angeles on Christmas Eve, and one return flight; on Christmas Day, one flight from Paris to Los Angeles and two return flights.
--Dec. 31, British Airways Flight 223 from Heathrow to Washington Dulles International Airport is kept on the taxiway at Dulles for several hours shortly after landing while U.S. authorities question passengers and crew.
--Jan. 1, BA cancels that day's Flight 223 from Heathrow to Washington on government advice.
--Jan. 2, BA again cancels Flight 223, hours before the scheduled departure.
--Jan. 3, 4, 5 and 6, BA delays departure of Flight 223 from Heathrow for several hours of U.S.-requested checks on passengers. Also Jan. 3, BA cancels Flight 263 from Heathrow to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
--Jan. 31, BA announces it is canceling Flight 223 to Washington on Feb. 1 and Feb. 2, as well as the return flights, because of security concerns. It also says it is scrubbing Flight 207 from London to Miami on Feb. 1.
On the same day, Air France announces it is canceling Flight 026 from Paris to Washington on Feb. 1 and 2, and Continental Airlines says it is scrubbing a Feb. 1 flight from Glasgow, Scotland to Los Angeles with an intermediate stop in Newark, N.J.
--Feb. 12, BA says it is canceling Flight 223 to Washington on Feb. 15, as well as Flight 263 to Riyadh on Feb. 16.