BA Cabin crew strike - latest information - 14 May
Friday 14, May 2010
Unite, the trade union for British Airways (BA) cabin crew, is intending to take strike action between 18 May and 9 June. At the moment, all of the flights are continuing to operate as normal.
If the strike does go ahead BA will still operate most of the scheduled flights. They plan to operate all flights to and from London City and London Gatwick.
At Heathrow BA intends to operate more than 60 per cent of longhaul flights and more than 50 per cent of shorthaul flights in the first strike period and they will add to this schedule where they can.
BA has now announced the schedule for longhaul flights operating to and from London Heathrow between 18 and 23 May:
The Heathrow shorthaul flight schedule for this period will be confirmed later on Friday 14 May.
For flights operating to and from London Heathrow between 24 and 29 May BA plans to announce their flying schedule for:
For flights operating to and from London Heathrow between 30 May and 4 June BA plans to announce their flying schedule for:
For flights operating to and from London Heathrow between 5 and 9 June BA plans to announce their flying schedule for:
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