British Airways (BA) said it canceled 11 flights out of London Heathrow Jan. 10 as a two-day strike by some cabin crew began. The dispute is over what the Unite trade union describes as “poverty-level pay” for members of BA’s “mixed fleet” cabin crew. Mixed fleet staff serve both short- and long-haul services out of Heathrow. The union has said that some mixed fleet staff earn as little as £12,000 ($14,500) annually as basic salary, with £3 an hour ...

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