Crew strike threatens BA's future - UK minister
British Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis urged cabin crew at British Airways on Sunday to call off their planned strikes this month, saying it threatened the company's very existence.
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#1 Mar 14, 2010
I think it's time the airlines and the government quit taking from the staff. the public has some were desided that flying is their right. It's a previlage granted to those who can afford it. Just as the general public's cost have risen so has the staff members who work these flights,their lives are put at greater risk then anytime in the past and yet are ask to do more for less. all along their management is rewarded with bounes and larger pay checks. When management quit rewarding themselves they may find their staff more accomadating.
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