British Airways yesterday said that more than 3,000 flight attendants crossed the picket line and worked during the March 20-22 strike, equivalent to 97% of the rostered crew at London Gatwick and 53% at Heathrow (ATWOnline, March 23). As a result, it said it is expanding its contingency schedule for the March 27-30 strike "because of the increased numbers of cabin crew wishing to work as normal." It will run a full operation at LGW and London City, while at LHR it plans to operate 55% of ...

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