British Airways, Safe for Now?

June 27, 2010 on 10:35 am | In London travel, UK Travel, air travel, strikes and travel, things travelers need to know, travel news | 1 Comment

According to the Wall Street Journal, Unite, the union representing the cabin crews at British Airways have decided to postpone a vote on further strike action against the airline in order to consider a new offer from BA.

It still remains possible that the BA crews will strike in August, but the airline has taken various steps that they believe will allow them to operate all longhaul flights, as well as a substantial portion of the shorhaul flights from London Heathrow.

If you plan of flying British Airways during the next month or two, be sure to check with the airline to determine that you reservations are still intact.

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