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British Airways, union meet before next strike

 The tail fins of British Airways planes are seen at London's Heathrow Airport Wednesday, May, 26, 2010. The British Airways cabin crew strike entered...
 The tails of British Airways planes are seen at London's Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, May, 26, 2010.  The Unite union is continuing its industrial ...
 Joint Unite union leader Tony Woodley, left, and co leader Derek Simpson, speaking to union members during a rally near London's Heathrow Airport Wed...

Britain British Airways

The tail fins of British Airways planes are seen at London's Heathrow Airport Wednesday, May, 26, 2010. The British Airways cabin crew strike entered...

Britain British Airways Strike

The tails of British Airways planes are seen at London's Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, May, 26, 2010. The Unite union is continuing its industrial ...

Britain British Airways Strike

Joint Unite union leader Tony Woodley, left, and co leader Derek Simpson, speaking to union members during a rally near London's Heathrow Airport Wed...

British Airways is holding talks with union leaders to try to avert 10 more days of strikes planned by cabin crews.
The talks Friday aim to resolve a dispute over changes to pay and working conditions and comes on the final day of five-day walkout by staff.
Cabin crews are due to strike again beginning Sunday for five days _ and for another five days from June 5 _ if a solution is not found.
Seven days of walkouts in March over the same dispute cost BA around 43 million pounds ($63 million).
The airline has operated around half its services from Heathrow during the current walkout, but plans to increase that next week if strikes go ahead. Services from Gatwick and London City airports have not been affected.


Updated : 2021-03-01 13:09 GMT+08:00