British Airways cabin crew begin 5-day strike
British Airways cabin crews began a five-day strike Monday to protest cost-cutting changes at the loss-making airline, forcing it to scrap almost half its flights out of London's Heathrow Airport.Read more
#1 May 24, 2010
Striking is a right. Air line employees can't expect livable wages like doctors, lawyers, management, politicians, and the like without fighting for them.
#2 May 24, 2010
terrific...bring BA, UA, AA, to their knees. They are dinosaurs.
#4 May 25, 2010
#5 Oct 29, 2010
At That Time I was In London And I had To take Flight For My Back Home and My Flight Was British Airways but it was Terrific time Which I was Pass.
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