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Byline: Michael Kinsman
Jul. 11--British Airways, which provides San Diego's only direct service to Europe, said yesterday it will abandon its Lindbergh Field to London flight on Oct. 25.
The airline said it will suspend the service because of poor financial performance at a time when the entire aviation industry is struggling from the continuing economic downturn, the war in Iraq and fallout from the SARS virus.
Lindbergh Field will be left with just three international flights, all operated by Aeromexico to destinations in Mexico. San Diego's only other international flight, an Air Canada flight to Toronto, was scratched last month in the wake of …