British Airways (BA) looks set to join the list of major European airlines that have endured industrial strife this year, following a ballot for strike action by cabin crew staff. More than 2,500 cabin crew, represented by UK’s largest union Unite, have voted for action to begin after Dec. 21 over a pay claim. BA has criticized the uncertainty of the move. Lufthansa, Air France and Scandinavian Airlines have been hit by strike action this year. Unite said 79% of its members who ...

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