British Airways will meet with unions today regarding its latest offer to tackle the £2.1 billion deficit of its New Airways Pension Scheme, which has 33,794 active members. BA said yesterday that NAPS trustees have accepted the terms of the 10-year funding plan, which includes a one-off cash injection of £800 million. This is £300 million more than its original proposal (ATWOnline, Oct. 2) but less than the GMB union's call for £1 billion. In addition to the £800 ...

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