BA Cabin crew strike - latest information - 19 May
Wednesday 19, May 2010
BA are delighted that Unite's plans for extreme and unjustified strike action has been called off. They are sorry the court judgment cannot undo the disruption already suffered by some of you who were due to travel during the early days of the union's industrial action.
BA have now started to reinstate some of the previously cancelled flights over the next few days into and out of Heathrow. If you do not have a confirmed booking, please do not go to the airport.
Whilst BA await the outcome of Unite’s appeal to overturn the High Court injunction against the strike they are unable to return to a full schedule.
BA will update ba.com on Thursday 20 May with the latest details.
Flights to and from London City and London Gatwick
All flights into and out of London Gatwick and London City airports will operate normally.
Flights to and from London Heathrow
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