British Airways said the three-day flight attendants' strike, which ended last night, cost the carrier an estimated £21 million ($31.5 million) and that its contingency plans proved "very successful." The Unite union has scheduled another stoppage for March 27-30, but BA declined to forecast the impact of a second strike. At the moment, earnings expectations for the fiscal year ending March 31 are "broadly unchanged" despite the walkout, and the "strong operational performance made possible ...

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