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What we know about British Airways strike

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letadla-ilustracni-cekani012.jpgThe trade union Unite has announced that it intends to hold industrial action involving one of five British Airways cabin crew fleets on Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 January 2017. The carrier is looking to ensure that all of their customers, with bookings on those two days, will travel to their destinations. The company will publish more details about the contingency plans on Friday 6 January 2017. Mixed Fleet Unite cabin crew operate a minority of flights to/from London Heathrow. Flights to/from London Gatwick, London City and London Stansted airports are not affected.

The carrier asks its customers not to call their contact centres as at this stage they will not be able to provide any more details. You can follow the latest developments on the British Airways website.

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