British Airways (BA) faces another six days of industrial action by some of its cabin crew, represented by the Unite trade union, in an ongoing dispute over pay. The cabin crew, members of the London Heathrow-based mixed fleet workforce that staffs both short- and long-haul services, will strike between Feb. 5-7 and Feb. 9-11. In a letter to BA dated Jan.27, Unite urged BA to return to negotiations: “Your reluctance to offer a reasonable pay deal to our members, yet spend what we ...

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