British Airways (BA) is facing a fresh bout of industrial action from some of its cabin crew after the union involved said staff would strike for 72 hours next week over pay rates. Members of the Unite trade union who work on BA’s mixed fleet based at London Heathrow Airport will stop work at 12:01 a.m. local time Jan. 19. Mixed fleet personnel operate both short- and long-haul services; Unite said that around 2,900 of the 4,500 mixed fleet cabin crew are union members, with 800 ...

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