One of the longest-running industrial disputes in UK aviation history has been resolved, after British Airways (BA) cabin crew voted to accept a pay increase. The dispute, which began in December 2016 and led to more than 80 days of strikes of steadily increasing length, involved mixed fleet staff, who work on both short-  and long-haul services from London Heathrow airport. Mixed fleet staff makes up around 15% of BA’s cabin crew. At the outset of the industrial action BA said ...

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