British Airways, in the first day of a five-day walkout by some cabin staff, said it operated all its flights from London Gatwick and London City airports Monday and "confirmed" the previously announced flight schedule from London Heathrow. Last week, BA said it intended to operate more than 60% of long-haul flights and more than 50% of short-haul flights in the May 24-28 strike period called by Unite (ATWOnline, May 21). According to press reports, it claimed to have operated ...

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