British Airways A320. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. British Airways and its cabin crew, represented by the Unite union, pledged to seek “an honorable and fair settlement to the long-running dispute” and both agreed to continue negotiations, lifting the threat of strikes over the Easter and the Royal Wedding bank holidays. The commitment follows exploratory talks over the last few weeks between new BA CEO Keith Williams (replacing Willie Walsh, who is now CEO of parent ...

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