British Airways said it will increase its flying schedule during the next five-day strike May 30-June 3 "after more cabin crew than expected decided to work as normal during this week’s industrial action." It is scheduling to operate "more than 70%" of long-haul and "more than 55%" of short-haul flights at London Heathrow, up from 60% and 50% respectively this week. All flights to/from Gatwick and London City will operate as normal. BA made the ...

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