Disruption to BA flights will drag on after strike
The second strike by British Airways cabin crew, which begins this morning, is set to have a serious impact on the airline's operations even after industrial action ends on Tuesday.
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#1 Mar 28, 2010
Good for you BA cabin crews.....Think about it...for the 7 million lost each day from the walkout.....the greedy executives could of used that wasted money for a fair contract......watch out AMERICAN AIRLINES...you are next
#2 Mar 28, 2010
Silly BA Exec. Disallowing bennys are only going to make strikers more determined.
Anyone knows, SENIOR crew are there for the pay and not the flight benefits, which much of the time you cannot use because flights are so full.
Just goes to show how out of touch the head of British Airways is. Out of touch and out to lunch, perhaps, he needs to pull his head out of his Rolls Royce, on occasion.
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